Owen had a feud with DX and won the European title from Triple H, although not directly. That made the outcome much more potent. At the event, Owen teamed with brothers Bruce, Keith and Bret against Shawn Michaels and his knights (red, blue, green). They faced the Quebecers for the title at the Royal Rumble in January 1994. The following night Owen adopted the pink and black tights, sunglasses and Sharpshooter finisher to send a message to his brother. Irritated that his brother did not tag him, opting instead to try for his finisher, he berated Bret. He received most of his success in the WWF, where he wrestled under both his own name and the ring name The Blue Blazer. Bulldog fired Mason after losing a match to Crush who was also managed by Mason, something which did not sit well with Hart. They agreed to put their differences aside and join with Bret to form the new Hart Foundation, an anti-American stable that also included Hart in-law Jim Neidhart and Hart family friend Brian Pillman. Later in the evening, Bret won the WWF Title while Owen stood by and watched in jealousy as Bret celebrated in the ring. He had done so previously with Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart and Yokozuna, and this time, it was him and Jarrett who equally benefited from the pairing. For those who first saw Owen Hart in his formative years, it was no secret he was going to be a top flight worker. Owen and Bret feuded throughout the summer of 1994, clashing many times both in singles and later in tag team matches (with Bret joined by the returning British Bulldog). All Rights Reserved. Owen's friend and Nation of Domination partner The Rock also made a short speech. Hart was then entered into a tournament to crown a new champion. High Energy were a tag team composed of Owen Hart and Koko B. Ware who competed in the World Wrestling Federation as a team between 1992 and 1993. Instead of promoting Owen as Bret Hart’s younger brother, the WWF decided to create a masked "superhero" type gimmick for him known as The Blue Blazer. On January 25, 1999, in the midst of the Blue Blazer angle Hart and Jarrett defeated Ken Shamrock and The Big Boss Man for the tag team title. The success of the team and Hart's in ring skills earned him Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Rookie of the Year Award in 1987. This is the first official merchandise to be released for Owen in more than 20 years. It was an elaboration on a Blue Blazer stunt done previously on the Sunday Night Heat before Survivor Series in 1998. Sadly his life came to a tragic end in 1999 in what is one of the most horrific events in sports history. The cause was later revealed to be internal bleeding from a severed aorta. TV viewers at home did not see the incident or its aftermath—at the moment of the fall, a pre-taped vignette was being shown on the pay-per-view broadcast as well as on the monitors in the darkened arena. Owen pulled the released cord by accident ... What is Owen hart's finisher? Bret tried to make amends with Owen, teaming with him on a regular basis. First Official Owen Hart T-Shirt in 20 Years - All Proceeds Go To The OHF! In 1991, he signed with the WWF for a second time.