Bret Hart claims to be the "best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be" and anyone that subscribes to the WWE Network can see why. Or really just anyone that has ever seen "The Hitman" wrestle. Bret "The Hitman" Hart has had some of the best wrestling matches in the history of WWE. As in Bret Hart has been a part of (and probably the cause of) many of the best wrestling matches ever. But what are the very best Bret Hart matches?Here is a list of some of the greatest Bret Hart wrestling matches that are streaming right now and ready to be watched on demand on the WWE Network. Which of these matches do you think deserves the top spot? Vote up your favorites and see if other Sharpshooters agree with you!
Bret Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, Submission Match
This dogfight was lauded as one of the best matches of 1997 and cemented Stone Cold Steve Austin as the new top star of WWE. The submission match at Wrestlemania 13 was a bloodbath brawl with some intense wrestling holds thrown in. A modern classic that is one of the few times both wrestlers turned from babyface to heel and heel to babyface successfully in the same match.
Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart
This first brother versus brother encounter is arguably the best Wrestlemania opening match of all time. Wrestlemania X hosted a great showcase of the Hart brothers' wrestling ability in an excellent, scientific contest. This match also made Owen Hart look like a legit main event contender and broke the cruiserweight stigma that was upon him at the time.
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
The storied Iron Man Match from Wrestlemania XII was a fine clinic between two of the best wrestlers of their generation. This hour-long bout allowed both men to show off their repertoire from start to finish, even going the distance without a single fall. However, the sudden death overtime would give Michaels his very first world title win.
Bret Hart vs. The British Bulldog
The build for the battle of the brothers-in-law was so potent that it was the main event of the 1992 SummerSlam, despite being a match for WWE's secondary title. Bret Hart's technical prowess and Davey Boy Smith's strength provided an engaging contest for the 80,000-plus in attendance at Wembley Stadium in the UK. A fine bout that showed that Hart belonged at the top of the card.