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The Hart Foundation: A History of Promos 1985-1991 [10 Videos and 10 Photos]

One of the most unique combinations of tag team wrestling styles were represented in the form of the Hart Foundation. Formed in 1985, in the World Wrestling Federation, the Hart Foundation started out as one of the most villainous tag teams on television. Ranked by many as one of the "Top 10" tag teams of all-time, the Hart Foundation were two-time World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champions and recently inducted as a team into the WWE Hall of Fame - Class of 2019.

Jimmy Hart's Hart Foundation talk about the "end of the Killer Bees" in 1985

" a Female Dog?" Interview in 1986 with The Hart Foundation

"Billy Jerk Hayes" The Hart Foundation with Mean Gene Okerlund in 1987

"Brutal in Pink" The Hart Foundation with Mean Gene Okerlund in 1987

"25 percent...25 percent!" 1988 Promo by The Hart Foundation

"If you can bottle and contain it..." The Hart Foundation 1989 Promo

1990 Promo stating that the "The Pink and Black Attack is Back!"

1991 Interview speaking about The Nasty Boys. "We think you're scum!"

Bonus Video: The Hart Foundation - Hall of Fame Inductees - Class of 2019

Bonus Video: Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart laughing

Hulk Hogan 2017 Interview [Videos]

Hulk Hogan 

Perhaps the most recognized and most popular wrestler of the 1980s, Hulk Hogan (born Terry Bollea) has been in the public spotlight for nearly 40 years. Beginning his wrestling career in the summer of 1977, Hogan became international known by 1985 as a champion in the World Wrestling Federation.

Below is a nine minute excerpt of a 2017 interview with Hulk Hogan, as he reflects on his 40 year involvement with professional wrestling and his recent controversy leading to his firing from WWE. 

Ric Flair featured on ESPN's 30 for 30 Documentary Television Series [Videos]

Adopted as an infant, Ric Flair became one of the best professional wrestlers of all time. For many years, his wrestling persona was larger than life.

Flair had a natural ability in the wrestling ring and on the microphone. He truly is an entertainer and had an amazing professional wrestling career. In addition, it can be said that Ric Flair lived his wrestling gimmick, which also blurred the lines of entertainment and reality. He became "The Limosene Ridin’, Jet Flyin’, KISS stealin’ WHEELIN’ 'N DEALIN’, SON OF A GUN!!!!!"

Flair is officially recognized as a 16-time world champion (eight-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and two-time World Wrestling Federation Champion).

Entitled 30 for 30: "Nature Boy," this documentary directed by Rory Karpf examines the exciting and sometimes tragic life and career of professional wrestling legend Ric Flair. It first aired on ESPN on November 7, 2017.

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