Bret Hart Discusses Which WWE Stars He Wishes He Could Have Wrestled

There are several modern-day stars Bret Hart would love to work with

Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart was able to step into the ring with plenty of legendary performers during a long and illustrious career that saw him wrestle for his father Stu Hart's Stampede promotion, New Japan Pro Wrestling, WWE and WCW. 

However, there are some talents The Hitman wishes he would have gotten the opportunity to square off with, as he revealed during a recent interview with the Johnny I Pro Show.

Asked to name who from today's crop of stars he'd like to tangle with, Bret said "Of today's wrestlers, I would love to wrestle Brock Lesnar. I would love to wrestle Roman Reigns. I would love to put John Cena in the Sharpshooter".

Hart singled out Cena in particular, believing he would have been a great foil when he was doing his anti-USA/pro-Canada gimmick in the aftermath of WrestleMania 13. 

"I just know that when I was the Canadian bashing Americans, John Cena would have been the perfect American. We could have danced for a long time, and we could have done some great stuff, and I wish I could have done that with someone like John Cena", he said. 

Continuing, the Excellence of Execution lavished praise on a recent WWE Hall of Fame inductee: 

"CM Punk and Daniel Bryan are also two of my favourites. I'll say this like one of the greatest, maybe the greatest wrestlers of all time that people don't often forget about or don't recognise, Rey Mysterio is maybe one of the greatest.

"I wish I could have had one match with Rey Mysterio just to be in the ring with him. He's one of my favourites and is always a class act. Very few wrestlers have the respect that I have for Rey Mysterio"

Bret Hart was recently honoured with a star on Canada's Walk of Fame. 

H/T WrestlingNews.co

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