Bret Hart

comedy

An Oral History of Toronto’s Comedy Bar

This week marks the 10th anniversary of the Toronto comedy institution. We spoke to the people about its troubled opening, Kevin Sorbo and about that infamous Louis C.K. appearance.
Sharilyn Johnson
11.8.18
Culture

How The ‘Montreal Screwjob’ Changed The Wrestling Industry Forever

On the 20th anniversary of Bret Hart’s infamous loss and subsequent punchout of his boss, we talked to wrestling insiders about what really happened.
Corey Erdman
11.9.17
bruiseday

A Case for More Blood in Wrestling

The presence of blood holds something mystical for humans, even in our technological age. Pro wrestlers like Steve Austin know this instinctively.
Ian Williams
4.25.17
WRESTLING

Bret 'The Hitman' Hart Says He's Fully Recovered from Prostate Cancer

Take that, cancer.
Chris Toman
2.3.17
WRESTLING

A Plea to Wrestlers: Stop Doing the Suicide Dive So Much

One of wrestling's most popular moves, the suicide dive, is also one of its most dangerous.
Ian Williams
9.27.16
FIGHTLAND

Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, UFC's Own WWE Feud

Like a WWE wrestler, Jones is forcing the audience to question the reality of “real” fighting. His confrontations with Cormier bring to mind a nearly two-decade-old pro-wrestling feud between Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart.
Chris Kelly
4.7.16
WRESTLING

Fake Sport, Real Death: The Bizarre Relationship Between Pro Wrestling and Fatality

Professional wrestling is fake, but when a competitor loses their life, the 'sport' is forced to confront some very grim realities.
Ben Halls
4.29.15
Stuff

The Lucas Brothers Are the Next Big Thing in Identical Twin Stoner Comedy

The identical twin comedians stole the show this summer in "22 Jump Street," and now they're hoping to take over the small screen with their FXX animated series, "The Lucas Bros. Moving Co."
Dave Schilling
1.22.15