BRET HART savagely branded fellow WWE legend Hulk Hogan as ‘very limited’.
The pair only wrestled each other one-on-one in WCW, working at some house shows together in late 1999.
Their only televised fight together was a tag match against Lex Luger and Sting on Nitro’s 13 September 1999 episode.
But despite both achieving legendary status in the world of wrestling, Hart thinks Hogan was a ‘limited’ wrestler.
Hart says hogan ‘didn’t know a headlock from a headlamp’.
Speaking to the Calgary Sun, The Hitman said: “I think if you look back at wrestling when it was the Hulk Hogan show.
“He was 6ft 8in and a one-out-of-three wrestler.
“He didn’t know a headlock from a headlamp. He didn’t know very much.
“He knew how to do a clothesline and maybe a body slam. He was very limited.”
But on himself, Hart says he wasn’t called the Excellence of Execution for nothing.
He added: “I think it all goes back to when (WWE commentator) Gorilla Monsoon called me the ‘Excellence of Execution’.
“I was just a guy who did everything right. I remember when I started wrestling, I knew how everything worked.
“I knew how to take turnbuckle (hits to the chest), I knew how to body slam.
“When you want to watch how to do something in wrestling, you watch my matches back.
“You’ll learn how to do a Sharpshooter. That’s how you do it. Want to learn how to do a standing suplex? That’s how you do it.
“I was always that guy.”