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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 (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)
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
Owen Hart
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
wwefan534 wrote on 10.05.2015:
[7.0] "Owen Hart was a good wrestler in singles and tag team competition. I especially remember his feud with Bret Hart, they had some awesome matches. He was never quite as successful as Bret but he did ok."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 07.12.2014:
[8.0] "If he would've survived Over The Edge, he would've been off and running with another Intercontinental Championship. Sadly, he was volunteered to do a dangerous spot and it cost him his life. Though hindsight is 20/20, they should've cancelled the show after he died."
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"
Boris The Menace wrote on 20.07.2013:
[10.0] "Owen Hart in my opinion will always be the best wrestler to come out of the Hart family and that speaks volume about how great he was."
Leone wrote on 09.04.2013:
[10.0] "An absolutely brilliant wrestler whose career and life ended far, far too soon. It is debatable as of today when it comes to asking who the best Hart brother was between Bret and Owen - A reality to it is that they're both as good as each other, but different. In the ring, Owen was a perfect combination of different styles of wrestling, which included Submission wrestling, Amateur wrestling, lucha libre and strong style, and his wrestling experience extends to not just WWE, but New Japan Pro Wrestling, World Of Sport (UK), Mexico and Germany. On top of this, he had good mic skills and charisma. Some could argue that he would have been WWE champion at some point if he was still around, and while it might be true that he was in the company during an era were his choices were frowned upon business-wise (Not wanting to do adult storylines, because his kids would be watching, during a time when adult storylines were good for business), it can make us wonder what would have happened differently. A great wrestler who is as greatly missed."

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Number of comments: 151
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Average Rating: 9.33
Average in 2015: 9.35
Average in 2014: 9.10
Average in 2013: 9.81
Average in 2012: 9.60
Average in 2011: 8.87
Average in 2010: 9.52
Average in 2009: 9.27
Average in 2008: 9.34
Average in 2007: 9.36

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