Arda Ocal got an interview with Bret Hart recently in which the subject of Triple H came up, because of course it would. "The Hitman's" comments on "The Game" a couple months ago, where he claimed Trips was good but never great, failed as an innovator, and rated his match against Undertaker at WrestleMania 28 a 4 out of 10, caused quite a stir at the time.
This time around, Ocal asks Hart for his thoughts on WrestleMania and he said:
"The Brock Lesnar-Triple H match, to me, was everything I sort of imagined in my head before I watched it. It wasn't very creative. ... (I give it) 4 out of 10."
Ocal would clarify why that's funny and ask again about Triple H. Hart says they've "agreed to disagree" on the subject.
"I think that Triple H is a really good wrestler. He works hard and gives a good match every night. But as far as creatively, he doesn't do much different. There's very little imagination put into it. Throw a curve in there or try something original. We've agreed to disagree (about creative differences). I can only be honest about it; it doesn't really matter to me what he thinks. I just tell the truth."
At least he's consistent in his claims, right?
UPDATE: Hart took to Twitter to try to clarify what he was saying, or trying to say:
my comments to Arda about Trip H Lezner match being 4 out of 10, was in reference to a sign someone held up on Raw.— Bret Hart (@BretHart) April 15, 2013
I in truth thought they had the second best match of the night, and both worked very hard. Hope that clarifys things.— Bret Hart (@BretHart) April 15, 2013