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Ted Hart

Ted Hart DVD doesn't hit the heights

 The documentary, A Hart Still Pounding, is similar to the career of its subject, Ted Hart. It started out full of promise but never reached full potential.
  The documentary chronicles the life of Ted Hart. He is the son of Georgia Hart and BJ Annis. Stu Hart was his grandfather and uncles include Bret and Owen Hart, Jim Neidhart, and Davey Boy Smith. Given this pedigree, it would be surprising if Ted Hart did not choose wrestling as a career.
  • Full story

    Taking falls in the New Hart Dungeon

    By SHAWN LOGAN - Calgary Sun
      Learning to fall may be harder than learning to fly.
      This was my first and most painful lesson when I decided to fulfil a childhood dream and step between the ropes in the New Hart Dungeon to train with the next generation of Calgary wrestling stars.
      Tucked away in a corner on the second floor of the storied B.J.'s Gym in the East Village, the new dungeon doesn't quite have the same ghosts that haunted the original in the Hart Mansion in Patterson Heights.
  • Apr. 26, 2008: Full story

    New Hart Foundation rising?

    By BILLY POWERS - Calgary Sun
      As a young boy in Edmonton, I used to ask for my weekly allowance of $1.25 on Tuesdays because that was the night Al Oeming staged his pro wrestling card in the Alberta capital.
      It cost that much to get into the Sales Pavilion so I had to sneak on a bus both ways to make it happen but got very good at it. For several years I believed what people like Sky High Lee, Gorgeous George, Seelie Sumara and Al (Mr. Murder) Mills were doing was real.
  • Mar. 11, 2007: Full story

    Teddy Hart gets hold of MTV

    By TJ MADIGAN - Calgary Sun
      The third generation of the Hart dynasty is on the brink of the big time.
      Harry Smith, son of the late British Bulldog, has signed a WWE deal and is set to debut on Raw in the near future.
  • Jan. 20, 2007: Full story

    'Attitude problems' continue to plague Ted Hart

    By JASON CLEVETT -- SLAM! Wrestling
     The wrestling world is buzzing after the bizarre unprofessional behavior of Ted Hart on the November 1 Ring of Honor show in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
     Fans were reportedly blown away by the "Scramble Cage Match" featuring Teddy teaming up with former Mat Rats star Jack Evans as "The Hart Foundation 2003." Also in the match was the SAT, Jose and Joel Maximo, Hydro & Angel Dust of Special K, The Carnage Crew Loc and Devito, and winners Trent Acid and Johnny Kashmere, The Backseat Boyz.
  • Nov 3, 2003: Full story

    Carrying on the family business

    By TJ MADIGAN -- Calgary Sun
     "The Dungeon is a dangerous place to take bumps. There's pieces of padding missing all over the place and parts of the floor are exposed. You have to be careful but I think that's all part of the allure."
     Nattie Neidhart is excitedly talking about learning the ropes of the grappling game in the infamous Hart family 'Dungeon', or as she affectionately describes it, "at Grampy's house."
  • April 30, 2003: Full story

    Teddy Hart is ready

    By ERIC FRANCIS -- Calgary Sun
     It was almost a year ago I first wrote about Teddy Hart, the 23-year-old boy wonder from the most famous family in wrestling. At the time, Hart was grappling at small Calgary venues in front of 50 people each night, with little or no monetary motivation for taking all the bumps and bruises. He had the talent, the look, the ring psychology and the charisma to be a superstar but, aside from a short-lived developmental deal with the WWF a few years earlier, he was just one of many up-and-comers waiting for a chance to earn a spot in the big-time.
     Hart managed to shine during several opportunities for exposure, including a WWE house show at the Saddledome last October and a vicious hardcore brawl with Sabu at Stampede Wrestling's anniversary event in May.
  • Sep 6, 2003: Full story

    Torch passed to up-and-comers

    By BRET HART -- SLAM! Wrestling
     I ran into a teacher from my son Blade's school and he remarked that he saw my nephews, Harry and Ted, wrestle the other day and it was his opinion they had the best match on the show.
     Bravo, boys!
     It seems a lot of people think I have a problem with Harts making a living in wrestling these days, which is utterly ridiculous. I suppose some people have convinced themselves that since I've gone through a couple of unusually bad situations in wrestling, I begrudge others from making a living in the business. The fact is, I achieved more success in wrestling than I ever dreamed I would, got to travel all over the world and I still enjoy meeting people from all walks of life.
  • June 30, 2001: Full story

    Teddy Hart opens wrestling camp

    By ERIC FRANCIS -- Calgary Sun
     Love it or hate it, wrestling may very well be the most watched "sport" in North America.
      Yet unlike the hundreds of local minor league organizations that provide children with a place to play their sport of choice, there is nowhere for kids to learn to wrestle.
  • Aug 9, 1999: Full story

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