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"This chewing gum has got just enough flavor in it to kick your ass"
Bret Hart: "You know, it was a little over a month ago that I was here. And ah... You know, for me, I've had about a month to think about things and put it all into perspective for myself. You know, I came here for all the right reasons. Twelve years is a long time. Took me twelve years to find it deep down in my heart to come here open arms and try to make peace. People told me that I was crazy. Everybody warned me. But I was a little bit too naive. I actually believed that maybe I could put this all behind me for once and for all. But I was wrong. And it doesn't sit very well with me. I just wanna say, I didn't come out here tonight to make peace. I didn't come here for any kind of closure. I came here to talk to Vince McMahon face to face, so Vince McMahon: If you're back there, you better get your ass down here! ... If you don't come down here, I'll come up there with a camera crew and we'll find ya'! ... But you better get your ass down here. ... ... Come on, Vinny, I'm waiting. I don't like to wait. Just makes me madder..."
[Schließlich ertönt doch die Musik von Vince McMahon und der WWE Chairman kommt in die Halle. Er spielt erst überrascht, Bret im Ring zu sehen, trottet dann jedoch überheblich und selbstbewusst zum Ring.]
Vince McMahon: "Now ah... I wanna get a few things of my chest as well. But before I do, I just simply wanna state: I've never regretted a thing I've said, I've never regretted a thing I've ever done to you."
Bret Hart: "Well, congratulations! That's the first honest thing you've ever said to me. Vince McMahon, you are the world's greatest liar. You know, when it comes to lying, you are the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be. You lied to me in Montreal, you lied to me a few weeks ago when you kicked me in the gut, you lied to me when you looked me in the eye and told me that you were proud of me, and you lied to me when you said you were like a father to me. Tz, can you believe that? A father to me? You couldn't lace up my father's jock strap. You know, last week John Cena came out here and he described you as 'pathetic'.
You know, ... I know all about pathetic. You know, eight years ago I was in a wheelchair. I suffered a stroke, and every day I thought about what would it take to just stand up and get out of my wheelchair and walk across the room. And slowly, day by day, I somehow find the courage to stand up and get past it. But I remember sitting in that wheelchair, crying myself to sleep sometimes at night and feeling pathetic. And I told myself that someday I would get out of that wheelchair, and I did. And I promised myself that I would never be pathetic for the rest of my life. [großer Jubel]
And then I came here, came for all the right reasons. Came here with open hands, open heart; offered you my hand ... and you kicked me in the gut and left me in the ring here feeling pathetic. And I got a problem with that. You know, for fourteen years I worked for you, laced up my boots every night, wrapped up my injured knees, wrestled sick, wrestled hurt. 300 days a year, fourteen years, in and out! And I always told myself, I said someday Vince McMahon will appreciate it. Boy, was I wrong! You didn't appreciate anything. Took me twenty years to build up a reputation—it took you three minutes to tear it all down. And then, a few weeks ago, you described me as chewing gum that's lost all its flavour. All I can say to that is that this stickin' chewing gum has got just enough flavor in it to kick your ass, right here, right now!" [sehr großer Jubel]
[Vince McMahon weicht lieber ein wenig zurück, bevor er zu einer Antwort ansetzt.]
Vince McMahon: "Ah, ... in the interest of being honest here with one another—okay?—Eh, there he is folks: Bret Hart! ... Oh nononono, wait a minute! That's right, I forgot. It's Bret 'The Hitman' Hart! ... Ohohohoh, there's, ah—the 'Excellence of Execution' 'The Hitman' Bret Hart. ... But my favourite one is 'The best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be'. ... What a CROCK! [Buhrufe]
Wait a minute, there's one other—okay?—and that's when you're up in Canada, you're recognized as a Canadian 'hero'. [zeigt eine Grimasse] That makes me wretch. You're not a hero!"
Bret Hart: "Are you finished?"
Vince McMahon: "No, I'm not finished. You're not a hero. You're not a hero to Canadians, you're not a hero to Americans, you're not a hero to anyone, Bret."
Bret Hart: "Are you finished?"
Vince McMahon: "No! No. I don't know what it is and I've never been able to understand it—honest to god. I mean, look at you! I have no idea what these people see in you, I don't get it. You're reveered by these people, Bret, but yet I think you're pathetic. [Buhrufe] You have absolutely zero personality. I mean, if it wasn't for the personality of the individuals you faced in the ring, like a Shawn Michaels and Mr. Perfect, a Stone Cold Steve Austin—I mean, if it wasn't for them, Bret—who had a personality—you would be a little footnote in the middle of the card somewhere.
Come on, Bret! Look at you, you have no charisma. You, eh ... you have no command over the English language. You've got that [zeigt eine weitere Grimasse], you've got that hound-dog-looking face. You got that stringy, crappy hair. I assume that's yours... Look at the way you're dressed! You are dressed like ... like a hobo."
Bret Hart: "Are you finished?"
Vince McMahon: "Nonono, I'm not yet. You see ... You see, Bret, what you don't seem to understand is—although you really do know down deep and I know, too—Bret, you deserve to be screwed. [laute Buhrufe] Just one more thing I wanna say. Last we were together, face to face, I suggested perhaps I was gonna nominate your dad Stu for this year's Hall Of Fame. Well, I ... I've re-thought that: That's not going to happen because—Nonono, it's legitimate! I'm not gonna induct your father into the Hall Of Fame, Bret, because he doesn't deserve it."
[Bret hat sich nun genug angehört und revanchiert sich bei Vince mit einem Tritt und ein paar Schlägen. Bret will Vince dann in den Sharpshooter nehmen, als plötzlich Batista auftaucht und Bret attackiert. Batista verprügelt Bret und hält ihn dann fest, so dass Vince noch einige böse Worte sagen und Bret sogar anspucken kann.]
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