[88][89] Pillman's son Brian Pillman Jr. also works with and is close to the family. Animosity began to build between Bret and Owen, and Owen turned on Bret at Royal Rumble 1994. In her book Under the Mat, Diana Hart made numerous claims about her family including her mother's alcoholism and allegations of rape by her husband Davey Boy Smith (see Under the Mat). Brit and her husband Jamie are also involved in the restaurant business, they both work for the Rouge restaurant in Calgary. He has stated that he considered Bret and Owen as brothers to him and that he would have done anything for them. Farrah Hart is a clothes designer. The Hart wrestling family, sometimes known as the Hart dynasty,[2] is a mainly Canadian family with a significant history within professional wrestling. Nattie Neidhart, daughter of Ellie and Jim, trained in Calgary and now wrestles for World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly the WWF) under the ring name Natalya. In November 2011, his daughter Angie Annis staged an art exhibition at the gymnasium prior to the establishment closing its doors. Bret would eventually return to the renamed WWE in 2010 after settling his differences with the promotion. The Official Fan Page of Diana Hart Smith: "MerryMouth. Pro Wrestling is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. His sons Bret and Owen Hart also achieved fame and success in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), with many of the WWF's biggest storylines in the mid-1990s being built around Bret and Owen and their brothers-in-law. Based out of Calgary the clothing line consisted of handmade kimonos made from Canadian silks and other fabrics. [67], Dallas Hart has a daughter named Vylet Louise Hart. Along with Bret and Owen, Hart's trainees included future world champions Chris Jericho, Edge, Christian, Mark Henry, and Chris Benoit. [125] Matthew would later wrestle shortly together with Wilson, Smith and his brother before dying of a flesh eating disease in 1996. On July 16, 1996, Matthew died at the age of 13.

[42], Alison Hart has two children with her ex-husband, wrestler Ben Bassarab, Lindsay and Brooke B Hart. Goodall's death in 1972 affected Hart tremendously. Cf. The family connection played a role in two major WWF storylines. [107] Stu began promoting wrestling in 1948 and operated Stampede Wrestling until selling it to Vince McMahon in 1984. [3][43] After their divorce Bassarab remarried to another woman. She has been involved in his wrestling career. Wrestling Canadian Hall of Fame: The Hart Family", "Booker T enjoying life away from the spotlight", "The Hart Family inducted into the Kocosports Combat Sports Hall of Fame", "The Family Business: The Anoa'i and Harts", Hart Still Beating: Pro Wrestling Saved My Life - A Hart Family Documentary, Lord of the Ring - An Inside Look at Wrestling's First Family, Bret "Hit Man" Hart: The Best There Is, the Best There Was, the Best There Ever Will Be, Bret "Hitman" Hart — The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be, Crazy Like a Fox: The Definitive Chronicle of Brian Pillman 20 Years Later, Stampede North American Heavyweight Championship, Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship, Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Championship, Stampede Pacific Heavyweight Championship, Pain and Passion: The History of Stampede Wrestling, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hart_wrestling_family&oldid=976644338, Articles with dead external links from January 2020, Articles with permanently dead external links, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles lacking reliable references from May 2017, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 4 September 2020, at 04:30.
Four of the Hart brothers (Bret, Owen, Keith, and Bruce) formed a team at Survivor Series 1993. [72] Brooke and Peter Minnema are now married since 2014. Talent, event staff, and venue representatives claimed they were never paid despite a sold out show. In November 2011, his daughter Angie Annis staged an art exhibition at the gymnasium prior to the establishment closing its doors. "Surviving the Dungeon: The Legacy of Stu Hart".
The Hart Foundation with the Canadian flag, image via WWE. [108] It was brought back again in 1999 by Bruce and Ross Hart and remains active today. With Bret and Owen being considered outstanding as young men. [121][123] Teddy Hart, son of Georgia Hart and BJ Annis, has also competed in WWE, but was released by the company. [139][140], B.J.