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Owen Hart


Also known as Owen James, Blue Blazer, Blue Angel, Avenger

Birthplace: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Obit: 23.05.1999 (at the age of 34)
Cause of death: Unfall
Gender: male
Height: 5' 11" (180 cm)
Weight: 227 lbs (103 kg)
Relatives in wrestling: Stu Hart (Vater), Bruce Hart, Keith Hart, Smith Hart, Bret Hart, Wayne Hart, Ross Hart, Dean Hart, Diana Smith (Geschwister), Ben Bassarab, Jim Neidhart, Davey Boy Smith, BJ Annis (Ex-Schwager), Harry Smith, Teddy Hart, Bruce Hart Jr., Torrin Hart (Neffen), Nattie Neidhart (Nichte), Dynamite Doll (Nichte)
Background in sports: Ringen
Alter egos: Avenger
Blue Blazer
    a.k.a.  Blue Angel
Owen Hart
Owen James
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Tag Team Wrestler
Beginning of in-ring career: 1983
End of in-ring career: 23.05.1999
Wrestling style: Allrounder, Techniker
Trainer: Stu Hart
Nickname(s): "The Black Hart", "The King Of Harts", "The Rocket", "Shining Star"
Trademark holds: Sharpshooter, Missile Dropkick, Spinning Heel Kick
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
The Chosen One wrote on 11.06.2016:
[9.0] "Owen Hart definitely deserves to be in the WWE Hall of Fame. He had a good move set, look, and had some pretty good charisma. He wasnt very good on the mic but that is easily outweighed by how good in the ring he was. It is a true shame he died and he was so young as well. But overall a great wrestler 9/10."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 09.05.2016:
[10.0] "Owen was a great and legendary talent that was loved by pretty much anyone you might ask, and with good reason. A great guy behind the scenes by all accounts, he's also a great performer with a lot of charisma and ability to play up character angles, seen especially of course in 94 and 97 but really shown through the whole prime of his career."
Phenomenal91 wrote on 11.02.2016:
[10.0] "He didn't live long but he accomplished a lot, as did every member of the prestigious Hart family. A horrible way to go, but he's been given his proper respect for his work. We won't see another one like him."
BackLash wrote on 09.01.2016:
[10.0] "The first wrestler since Hulk Hogan that I really loved. The youngest of Stu Hart's kids, he had a lot to live up to and boy did he. His athleticism was off the charts, his skills were vast, his charisma was obvious, his mic skills were energetic and on point. He was the total package and should have been WWF/WWE/World Champion at some point. I took it real hard when he died, I didn't believe it at first. I won't blame WWE for it because it was an accident, but it didn't need to be. I still miss him to this day and think he would have been the family man he wanted to be by now. As it stands, the legacy he left in WWE, New Japan, Stampede and all over the world will never be forgotten. God bless Owen."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 19.10.2015:
[8.0] "Few figures in wrestling are regarded with the sense of tragedy that's become synonymous with Owen Hart's legacy. Born from the infamous Hart wrestling family, Owen cut his teeth in Stampede Wrestling before he started getting opportunities at the main level. Due to his smaller stature, Hart found himself used as a preliminary talent at the WWE level. Yet it was also during this time in which Hart managed to find success in Japan; where he wrestled for New Japan and became the first foreign-born wrestler to earn the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship. Following his time in New Japan (along with a turbulent year in 1991 that saw him make a brief stint with WCW), Hart returned to the WWE post-steroid scandal and provided the fed with a versatile wrestler who could be used in any situation. Though he was original cast as a babyface tag specialist, Owen managed to fill the heel role better than his brother Bret and subsequently found himself earning the WWE Intercontinental Championship twice, the WWE European Championship once, and the WWE World Tag Team three times (with Yokozuna, Jeff Jarrett, and his brother-in-law Davey Boy Smith, respectively. ) Sadly, on the night when Owen was set to have his third IC title run, he suffered a stunt mishap and ended up dying in the ring. Despite the nature in which he left us, Owen left a wrestling legacy that was distinct from his family's legacy and will stand on it's own for years to come."
HeadCheese wrote on 03.08.2015:
[10.0] "Owen Hart was awesome combineing high flying, technical wrestling, entertainment all together. I think he will go down as one Greatest Of All Time."
Yoyo wrote on 17.09.2014:
[10.0] "A wonderful performer that combined high-flying game with technical skills and flawless executions, and a great guy on top of that. Sorely missed."
Delil070 wrote on 27.04.2014:
[10.0] "One of my favorite wrestlers of all time. Probably the best overall wrestler in the Hart Family and also the best on the mic."
Roman Carter wrote on 04.03.2014:
[10.0] "My hero, the legend of the 1990s, it is a pity that he died . He was the most charismatic heel in WWF. RIP OWEN"
wweFan Finland99 wrote on 03.11.2013:
[10.0] "Owen Hart is my favourite wrestler to come from the Hart family. He was quick, agile and very technical. He had great fast-paced promos and matches. Will forever be remembered as the one of the greatest technical wrestlers and the nicest guys in the locker room. R. I. P Owen"

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Number of comments: 162
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Average Rating: 9.38
Average in 2016: 9.71
Average in 2015: 9.68
Average in 2014: 9.06
Average in 2013: 9.81
Average in 2012: 9.60
Average in 2011: 8.86
Average in 2010: 9.52
Average in 2009: 9.27
Average in 2008: 9.34
Average in 2007: 9.36

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