Bret Hart was a guest on TSN's Periscope account to do a Q&A with fans and Bret's never been one to pull punches in his answers. Among the questions Bret answered were his hopes of inducting his brother Owen into the WWE Hall of Fame, the upcoming DVD release on Owen's career and his thoughts on the Hulk Hogan racism scandal.
"I'm hoping next year at WrestleMania, he'll be inducted," said Hart. "I think I'll be sorely disappointed if he's not, it's well overdue." Hart went on to say that he's unsure how he feels about the upcoming DVD Owen Hart: Hart of Gold because he feels it was too controlled and too tamed by WWE as to not upset Owen's widow Martha. He went on to say she's "made an ass of herself".
Hart also said he hopes Hogan never comes back to the WWE. He hopes Hogan "lives in his own world" in Tampa. "I'm not a big Hulk Hogan fan," said Hart. He went on to say that while he doesn't remember Hogan being a racist, he says there was a lot of racism in wrestling, particularly among the southern white wrestlers back in the day. Hart says he's kind of glad Hogan got busted. Bret then made a really scathing comment, saying "he's probably glad Roddy Piper passed away, because it took all the edge off all that."
You can listen to the full Q&A above, where Bret also says who his favorite wrestler is right now, what he thinks of CM Punk and his hopes for Tyson Kidd to make it back to the ring.