10 Surprising Hidden Meanings Behind Famous Wrestling Attires

9. Stars In His Eyes


Though tethered to pink and black variations for the entirety of his career once he'd decided upon the colour scheme with Hart Foundation partner Jim Neidhart, Bret Hart found unique ways of developing new twists on familiar styles throughout his career.

However, regardless of the spin he'd occasionally feature, one element of the design became a signature stamp. Starting first with one then working gradually up to four, Bret would always sport stars or hearts (and sometimes both) on various parts of his lower half in tribute to Jade, Dallas, Alexandra and Blade, his four children with first wife Julie.

Though his marriage began to break down in 1998, he kept the touching tribute to his family right through to his final WCW days in early 2000.


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