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Nominate WWE Hall of Famer Bret "Hit Man" Hart for Canada's Walk of Fame
WWE Universe, there is still time to help WWE Hall of Famer Bret "Hit Man" Hart take his spot on Canada's Walk of Fame.
The five-time WWE Champion, two-time Royal Rumble winner and 2006 WWE Hall of Fame inductee's family roots are firmly planted in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. His father, Stu Hart, ran the infamous "Hart Family Dungeon" in Canada, training some of the most technically-gifted Superstars to ever set foot in the ring. And although the former King of the Ring traveled the world as one of the most beloved Superstars wearing his pink sunglasses, The Great White North was never too far away from The "Hit Man."
Outside of the ring, Hart, a huge hockey fan, was honored with the naming of a Western Hockey League team - the Calgary Hitmen - after the in-ring icon.
The Canadian Walk of Fame was founded in 1998 to honor celebrities who embody the gracious spirit of Canada. Who better to honor than The Excellence of Execution himself, Bret Hart?
Click here to nominate The Best There Is, The Best There Was, and The Best There Ever Will Be for his place on Canada's Walk of Fame!
You can submit Bret once per day until April 30th, and you even have the opportunity to win a trip to Toronto!