In the history of WWE, the greatest Canadian legends in the entire history of North American pro-wrestling have played in the rings of the McMahon company, from Bret Hart to his brother Owen, through Chris Jericho, Edge and Christian, all escaped from the imposing school of Stu Hart, progenitor of the Hart family.
Although in the past years there have been several problems between the Canadian family and the WWE, mainly because of the Screwjob in Montreal and even more because of the tragic death of Owen in the rings of a ppv of the then WWF, the most renowned family name in the Canadian pro-wrestling industry, it is often associated with WWE and its history.
Bret Hart was undoubtedly the most famous and most victorious member of the family, with his name that once he passed from the WWF to the WCW rings received numerous front pages in American and Canadian sports newspapers, so much so that Vince McMahon was able to tear them apart.
the title with force and backstage politics, which up to that point had never been revealed on-screen. In Bret's long career in the WWE rings, however, there has always been a missing match that fans would have liked to see, namely the one against the other Canadian WWE Hall of Famer: Edge.
Edge praises Bret Hart
After hearing in his last interview, the numerous compliments received from the legendary Bret Hart, Edge wanted to reply on his Twitter account directly to the Canadian of the Hart family. On this occasion, Bret had taken part in a question-and-answer session with fans, with the WWE Hall of Famer answering the question which wrestler would he like to have a match with in WWE so much, saying: "A match with Edge would have been a great thing to have."
Edge, for his part, replied to this information as follows: "From sitting in the audience at The Dini Petty Show in 92 to this one. One of the best professional compliments I've ever gotten. That match too? Dude, it would have been special."
Edge's last feud in WWE was with Seth Rollins which was settled inside the Hell in a Cell structure at Crown Jewel. The two superstars put on three entertaining bouts, with the first one taking place at SummerSlam. The WWE Hall of Famer recently began a new feud with The Miz. A match between the two veterans was made official for the upcoming Day 1 pay-per-view in January next year.