MLW Champion Teddy Hart spoke to Chris Van Vliet of WSVN-TV for a new interview. You can see highlights below, and the full interview above.
Owen Hart's death "wasn't anybody's fault":
"It was Bret that kind of made things difficult. And sure the screwjob happened but that could have ended in two years and he could have come back and did all this cool stuff. Even if we had the stroke or the concussion, he still could have come back. If Tyson Kidd could come back with a broken neck and not be mad, I hate to say it but Owen's death happened because of actions that were taken by other people that set Owen up to that position. It wasn't anybody's fault, it just happened. If you're going to continue your life, let it go and go back to the company who made you. Vince created Bret Hart."
What he learned from his time in jail:
"It's a very boring, scary, lonely place. And when you get out everything tastes better, the air seems to have a different taste to it if you know what I mean, and feel to it and your friendships mean more. It just makes you appreciate the things. In there you can see guys who have no hope who still found hope. Everyone has their own religion but everyone believes in God from what I could see. Everyone prayed before their meals, it was a routine thing. I thought if I could take motivation from guys who had nothing or had life sentences that would give me some sort of spark that no matter how dark it gets, there are people with a lot worse situations than me and to suck it up and get up and come back fighting and be held accountable."