WWE Hall Of Famer Bret Hart is certainly one of the best technical pro wrestlers to have competed in the pro wrestling ring. He is also a controversial wrestler whose views haven’t always been seen in the best of ways. Ric Flair also made a claim about his relationship with Bret Hart.

Ric Flair and Bret Hart are two of the best to step inside the squared circle. They didn’t have good relationship during their wrestling years. Last year, Ric Flair blasted Bret Hart over his past comments where Hart criticized the likes of Seth Rollins, Triple H and Goldberg.

Hart eventually cleared up that situation as well. Flair also claimed that he and Hart are friends for life in a recent photo. While speaking on his To Be The Man podcast, Ric Flair claimed that he is best friends with Hart despite their enmity.

“How about me and Bret Hart this weekend. I mean I took a picture, I was thinking to myself we used to call each other everything in the world for 30 years and now we’re like best friends and that’s the way it should be. The business could make… the rift, the business makes us all a dick at some time one time or another. Now with social media it makes it even worse. You look back and regret things you said or even thought about because it makes – at the end of the day what did you gain by it? What a moment of satisfaction – it’s just ridiculous. I had a great time with Bret this weekend.”


Bret Hart was in attendance during Ric Flair’s last match and it is certain the two are on better terms now. This is certainly good news for those who wanted to see the two mend fences for good.

Are you glad they patched things up? Let us know in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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