History Wrestling / OwenHart

2nd Jan '16 12:20:58 PM LLSmoothJ
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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Owen originally joined The Nation to gain backup in his war in Wrestling/DGenerationX. This would eventually lead to one of the greatest feuds in WWE history between [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] and Wrestling/TripleH.
24th Nov '15 4:12:08 PM 313Bluestreak
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'''Owen James Hart''' (May 7, 1965 May 23, 1999) was a professional wrestler best known for his work in [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} the World Wrestling Federation]], though he also wrestled for Stampede Wrestling, Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling, and (for a brief period) [[Wrestling/{{WCW}} World Championship Wrestling]]. He held the [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/ic.html Intercontinental]], [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwf-eu-h.html European]], and [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-world-t.html WWF World Tag Team Championships]], won two Slammy Awards (one of his trademark accomplishments), and won the 1994 King of the Ring tournament. He was also part of the storied [[WrestlingFamily Hart family]] -- one of WWE Hall of Famer Stu Hart's many children, he was the brother of WWE Hall of Famer Wrestling/BretHart and the brother-in-law of both [[Wrestling/DaveyBoySmith "The British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith]] and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
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'''Owen James Hart''' (May 7, 1965 May 23, 1999) was a professional wrestler best known for his work in [[Wrestling/{{WWE}} the World Wrestling Federation]], though he also wrestled for Stampede Wrestling, Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling, and (for a brief period) [[Wrestling/{{WCW}} World Championship Wrestling]]. He held the [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/ic.html Intercontinental]], [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwf-eu-h.html European]], and [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-world-t.html WWF World Tag Team Championships]], won two Slammy Awards (one of his trademark accomplishments), and won the 1994 King of the Ring Wrestling/KingOfTheRing tournament. He was also part of the storied [[WrestlingFamily Hart family]] -- one of WWE Hall of Famer Stu Hart's many children, he was the brother of WWE Hall of Famer Wrestling/BretHart and the brother-in-law of both [[Wrestling/DaveyBoySmith "The British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith]] and Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
13th Oct '15 6:44:01 PM Nyame
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* NeverSpeakIllOfTheDead: You do not insult Owen Hart. He's on a pedestal only matched by Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, and fans and wrestlers will lynch you alive if you are stupid enough to do so.
10th Oct '15 8:06:38 PM wyattte
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* EvilIsHammy: Post-heel turn Owen is a masterclass in being a whiny, obnoxious {{Heel}}.
21st Aug '15 10:37:06 AM maxwellelvis
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* UnsportsmanlikeGloating: Whenever the topic of his Slammys came up in a conversation, which was usually at his own accord.
17th May '15 9:50:18 PM olioster
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** Two-time WWF Tag Team Champions with w[=/=]Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}}, 1995
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** Two-time WWF Tag Team Champions with w[=/=]Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}}, 19951995-1996
17th May '15 9:49:33 PM olioster
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** Two-time WWF Tag Team Champions with w[=/=]Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}}, 1995
12th Feb '15 12:34:17 PM cernex
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** He was well known before that for accidentally breaking Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin's neck.
22nd Jan '15 9:17:52 AM IayssLenior
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''Over the Edge'' [[TheShowMustGoOn continued after Owen's death]], with legendary WWF commentator Wrestling/JimRoss informing the viewers that Owen Hart had, indeed, died as a result of the fall; the news was not relayed to the crowd attending the event, though. [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes WWE never released]] ''[[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Over the Edge]]'' [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes on home video in any format]], and it retired the event name after that show. (WWE made the show available as part of the WWE Network's on-demand content library, albeit in edited form.) The next night, ''Raw is War'' held a special tribute show that eventually picked up the nickname ''Raw is Owen'': the company tossed out angles and feuds for a single night so wrestlers could compete in matches to honor Owen, and WWF personalities also relayed stories about Owen in prerecorded interviews. (This show would lay the template for the two shows honoring Wrestling/EddieGuerrero following his death, and a similar show would be put on for Wrestling/ChrisBenoit on the day of his death, before the terms of his death became apparent.) A few months later, when ''WCW Monday Nitro'' came to the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri (where Owen had died), Bret Hart -- who had jumped ship to WCW from the WWF following the Wrestling/MontrealScrewjob -- wrestled in a tribute match for Owen against handpicked opponent Chris Benoit.
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''Over the Edge'' [[TheShowMustGoOn continued after Owen's death]], with legendary WWF commentator Wrestling/JimRoss informing the viewers that Owen Hart had, indeed, died as a result of the fall; the news was not relayed to the crowd attending the event, though. [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes WWE never released]] ''[[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Over the Edge]]'' [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes on home video in any format]], and it retired the event name after that show. (WWE made the show available as part of the WWE Network's on-demand content library, albeit in edited form.form, out of respect for the Hart family.) The next night, ''Raw is War'' held a special tribute show that eventually picked up the nickname ''Raw is Owen'': the company tossed out angles and feuds for a single night so wrestlers could compete in matches to honor Owen, and WWF personalities also relayed stories about Owen in prerecorded interviews. (This show would lay the template for the two shows honoring Wrestling/EddieGuerrero following his death, and a similar show would be put on for Wrestling/ChrisBenoit on the day of his death, before the terms of his death became apparent.) A few months later, when ''WCW Monday Nitro'' came to the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri (where Owen had died), Bret Hart -- who had jumped ship to WCW from the WWF following the Wrestling/MontrealScrewjob -- wrestled in a tribute match for Owen against handpicked opponent Chris Benoit.
5th Dec '14 7:11:39 AM BackLash
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** Just being made fun of in general; when [[Wrestling/{{DGenerationX}} [=DeGeneration=] X]] was doing a parody of [[Wrestling/TheNation the Nation of Domination]], Owen stormed to the ring and beat the guy who was doing an impression of him, a Canadian wrestler named Jason Sensation, to a bloody pulp.[[note]]When DX did their parody of Wrestling/TheCorporation, this is the guy who mocked Shawn Michaels as "Commisioner [=HBGay=]".[[/note]]
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** Just being made fun of in general; when [[Wrestling/{{DGenerationX}} [=DeGeneration=] X]] was doing a parody of [[Wrestling/TheNation the Nation of Domination]], Wrestling/TheNationOfDomination, Owen stormed to the ring and beat the guy who was doing an impression of him, a Canadian wrestler named Jason Sensation, to a bloody pulp.[[note]]When DX did their parody of Wrestling/TheCorporation, this is the guy who mocked Shawn Michaels as "Commisioner [=HBGay=]".[[/note]]
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