Teddy Hart, the grandchild of Stu and Helen Hart and nephew of Bret “The Hitman” Hart, seemed to be a lock for WWE when he was signed to a developmental contract in 1998. Hart trained at Dory Funk, Jr’s “Funkin’ Conservatory” and reports at the time were that he had potential. He never made it to WWE television because, according to news reports, he had attitude issues.
Hart later worked for TNA, ROH and AAA but his reputation for being difficult to work with continued to grow. There was a story told about Hart performing moves from the top of a cage after losing a match, despite the fact that he was supposed to be selling after a loss. Hart would later say that he had suffered a concussion and was not fully aware of what was going on.
CM Punk wrote a blog ripping on Hart and called him a cancer to the wrestling business because he acts like he knows it all. These things might be enough for WWE to stay away from him but the thing was sealed his fate was something that happened outside of wrestling. Hart was brought up on sexual assault charges in Canada for alleged incidents that happened with two women.
The charges involved a woman, 24 and 40, for unlawful confinement and sexual assault in 2013 and 2014.
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