"The Hitman" is at MetLife.
After being tackled last night by a fan at the WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony, Bret "The Hitman" Hart appears to be in good spirits as one-half of the current RAW Tag Team Champions, Dash Wilder posted a photo on Twitter of himself and Scott Dawson side-by-side with the two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Bret Hart.
Hitman pic.twitter.com/DsrIisM6GX— Dash (@DashWilderWWE) April 7, 2019
Bret Hart was tackled to the mat by 26-year old Zach Madsen and Fightful's own Sean Ross Sapp further dove into Madsen's background and learned that he is a amateur MMA fighter based out of his home-state of Nebraska. Upon Madsen taking Hart down, the likes of Travis Browne, Big E, Xavier Woods, Shane McMahon, Heath Slater, Davey Boy Smith Jr., Drake Maverick, Dash Wilder and many wrestlers, close friends and family members of Bret Hart came to his aid and delivered a few blows to Madsen. Dash Wilder was applauded by the crowd as he was seen on camera giving a shot to Madsen as the 26-year old was being escorted out of the Barclays Center by security and fellow wrestlers.
ENRAGED SEEING THIS— Tommy Dreamer (@THETOMMYDREAMER) April 7, 2019
SO much love 4 @shanemcmahon @travisbrowneMMA
1st on the scene@NatbyNature @DBSmithjr for sticking by their family @BretHart@DashWilderWWE #ECW style
BOO venue security for slow response after wrestlers did their job#WWEHOF pic.twitter.com/LhRHztK9cH
Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline did report that Hart visited a hospital last night because he was experiencing some discomfort from the takedown. Nonetheless, "The Hitman" is at WrestleMania and The Revival are set to defend their RAW Tag Team Titles on the main card against Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins.