Bret Hart Apologizes To Michael Hayes, Seth Rollins and Triple H For Past Negative Comments

Bret Hart

Bret Hart has said some pretty disparaging things about a few wrestlers as of late, but now “The Hit Man” is apologizing to everyone he recently offended.

On Thursday, the wrestling legend offered an apology to Michael Hayes, Seth Rollins and Triple H for negative remarks he has made about them recently.

“I’d like to take this opportunity to formally apologize to Michael Hayes. A while back I made comments about the Freebirds not being as worthy of being in the WWE Hall of Fame as others. It was unfair for me to dismiss their contributions to the industry and they certainly did great things in Texas with the Von Erich Family,” Hart wrote on Facebook.

He went on to say, “Furthermore I apologize to both Triple H and Seth Rollins for any hurtful comments I made on my podcast.”

Hart also explained that he quit doing podcasts “in general” because they are “for the most part an outlet for negativity” that have left him with a reputation for being bitter.

Hart has called out Triple H on multiple occasions for in his opinion, never having a great match, while repeatedly taking Rollins to task for injuring opponents. Hart made waves again last week due to an interview he did with where he called The Fabulous Freebirds “pill heads” and questioned their status as members of the WWE Hall of Fame.

“I’ve always gotten along with [Michael Hayes], but as far as their contribution to wrestling, gimme a break. They were all pill heads and, for lack of a better word, they were all screw-ups,” Hart said. “They’re not picking the cream of the crop, they’re picking whoever the first person they see on the list and they go ‘he would be easy to fly in.’”

This made Hayes unhappy, leading to his speaking out against Hart in a series of tweets.