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Hart Diarys Day 1
 
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ARRIVAL OF THE FITTEST, 10:25 A.M. PT

Mere miles away from the University of Phoenix Stadium, Bret Hart arrives at his Arizona destination via Sky Harbor Phoenix International Airport. And as he foretold on Monday Night Raw, he’s not alone. Beside Hart stands his 19-year-old son, Blade, who some WWE fans might recognize from decade-passed photos seen in WWE Magazine or Hart family home video footage.

WrestleMania week has descended upon the WWE Universe, as evident by the escalator ascent of the WWE Hall of Famer Bret and his youngest son. In conversation, Blade places his hand on his dad’s shoulder – a subtle gesture that reveals his support of his legendary father and a touching role reversal of parent and child.

A LITTLE “HART” TO SEE, 10:36 A.M..

Like he’s done so very many times before, The “Hit Man” finds his way to the airport’s luggage carousel. In a crowd of other arriving travelers, at first, a baseball-capped Hart is obscured in the hurried throng beneath the San Francisco-labeled headgear he acquired in the previous city visited.

All it takes, however, is just one person to identify one of the most recognizable personalities in sports-entertainment history, and the entire group at large takes notice. But, it is a warm reception given to The Excellence of Execution and his young son.

LUGGAGE “PIC”-UP, 10:41 A.M.

While Bret and Blade closely scout the conveyor belt of mixed bags to pick out their suitcases, several excited fans approach the WWE Hall of Famer for a picture. Hart gladly obliges the requests, creating a very casual, impromptu meet-and-greet in the middle of the airport. He even entertains one man’s unusual request for Bret to say “hello” to his girlfriend by cell phone. Yes, the girl on the line can hear him now.

The rest snap their shots and Bret’s genuine grin grows wider as the appreciative fans offer encouraging pre-WrestleMania words to the Superstar.

ROLL OUT, 11:03 A.M.

Luggage accounted for, father and son Hart roll out and onward, stepping into the hot, dry embrace of the local climate – much different than their accustomed chill of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

A reminder of what lies not too far ahead, Bret acknowledges the WrestleMania XXVI logo on the glass doors of the airport’s exit as he and Blade pass. The carefully sprinkled signage throughout this setting speaks to the excitement of the city of Phoenix for WWE’s mega-event. It would appear they’re just as anxious as Hart himself for The Biggest Spectacle of Them All and, of course, the in-ring return of The Excellence of Execution.

CUSHY RIDE, 11:25 A.M.

There are still a handful of days to go until The “Hit Man” engages in a No Holds Barred Match with a man who ordinarily sits in the only leather chair at the head of a sleek boardroom conference table. But before Bret heads into battle with WWE’s well-manicured, power-suited Chairman, the humble ring legend must pick up his rental car first.

In remarkably relaxed contrast to The Hit Man’s billionaire enemy, the two casually attired Harts – Bret in retro Air Jordans and Blade in comfy flip-flops; both in shorts – continue conversation and smile atop the patterned, plush cushions of an airport shuttle.

The mood is light and loose on board with both Harts, with no sign of anxiety or stress on the matured face of The Hit Man. Days before The Pink and Black competes in a WWE match for the first time since Nov. 9, 1997, it’s a simple father-son huddle between Bret and the teenaged Blade, who was also by his dad’s side in his last WWE match more than 12 years ago.

LOOK, UP IN THE SKY!, 12:22 P.M.

A short ride from the airport and as Bret Hart gets deeper into the heart of Phoenix, he finds a city that’s more than ready for – and frankly boasting – the honor of hosting a moment and confrontation none thought possible: Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Mr. McMahon.

Bret steps outside his vehicle and takes a brief, but good look at the banners overhead featuring him and WWE Champion Batista, two of the biggest components of this year’s WrestleMania. Lightning quick memory snapshots surely bring Bret back to his second night back on Raw when The Animal pummeled Hart at Mr. McMahon’s command – a thought that reminds The Hit Man of why he is here.

If it hasn’t already, it must be starting to sink in. This is it.

The palm trees lean with a breeze that’s almost as cool as Hart’s present demeanor, and Bret refocuses his attention to unpacking the car and settling in. He’s only just arrived and there are so many emotional moments that certainly lie ahead.

SHARPIE-SHOOTER, 2:21 P.M.

The “Hit Man” is barely unpacked before he executes a trip to a local art store to seek out the supplies he will need to generate an original piece of Hart’s signature cartoon art. Bret and fellow WWE Superstars will have their artistic creations on display for auction later in the evening at the third annual WrestleMania Art charity event.

Meticulous about his materials – pencils and canvas of choice, especially – Bret and Blade amble from aisle to aisle, perusing a spectrum of colorful markers and walls of other drawing implements.

“When I was poor – tough times growing up as a kid – it was always easy to get lost in cartoons,” Hart reflects. “We didn’t have the toys to play with, so I drew cowboys, Indians. I’d draw knights, Roman soldiers and stuff.”

“I didn’t say I drew them well,” he laughs, again softening the mood.

SOUVENIR SHOPPING, 2:33 P.M.

With the proper tools in his possession, Bret begins to search for the proper canvas and rummages through reams upon reams of paper in tints of white, off-white, off-off-white. While the white tones don’t hold too much of a bearing on his selection process, the texture and strength of the paper sheets is a legitimate factor for the longtime cartoonist.

“If the paper smudges, I can’t erase anything,” he calmly explains while doodling some sample work upon several squares of plain paper. “Even the tiniest mistake will smudge when you erase it.”

The “Hit Man” steps up to yet another large blank sheet and tests its bleed by signing his legendary name – a very routine task that he’ll likely repeat many times this week in the Glendale area. Bret appears content with this canvas and heads to check out at the register.

Without a second thought, he leaves behind his autograph in this low-traffic aisle within downtown Phoenix’s Arizona Art Supply. Unknowingly, Hart’s just produced a souvenir just waiting to be found and treasured by whoever might discover it.

RED FOCUS, 5:46 P.M.

Cacti line the sandstone road passing through the Beverly Hills of Arizona as Bret and Blade journey to Montelucia Resort & Spa for the WrestleMania Art event.

“It’s kind of like The Flintstones,” Bret lightheartedly jokes, describing the mountainous landscape.

This same red-hued, rocky backdrop is still visible in the distance behind Bret as he steps out of the car and onto the red carpet for the WWE charity event. Earlier, Hart began his soon-to-be auctioned artwork in his hotel room and he’s now anxious to work on it further. But before he can, The “Hit Man” welcomes the rapid fire questions and camera flashes from the pool of media on hand.

HART TO HARTS, 6:05 P.M.

According to The Excellence of Execution, there will be roughly 40 members of the famous Hart family present in Phoenix this weekend for the Hall of Fame Ceremony and WrestleMania. It’s no surprise for Bret to run into three more infamous members in The Hart Dynasty.

There’s some hesitance at first, but it doesn’t keep Bret and Blade from mugging up for a photo with Natalya, David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd (technically an extended member of the Hart clan). No hostilities or allegiances; just good times at this event for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Phoenix Children’s Hospital. While Bret stands with his fellow contributing Superstar artists, the moment even forms a seemingly proud, contented look on The “Hit Man’s” face.

The WWE Hall of Famer shakes hands with the herd of WWE fans amid boisterous hollers of “Thank you, Bret!” Hart signs a number of autographs as well – WWE Encyclopedias, copies of WWE Magazine – then shares one particularly warming moment with a wheelchair bound fan named Roberto.

HE FINE ARTS, 7:40 P.M.

WrestleMania Art is underway and fans inter-mingle with talented WWE Superstars who’ve produced the masterful pieces on display at the show, including an impeccable sketch of Stu Hart created in reverence by Beth Phoenix.

A mere 20 feet away from his father’s stellar portrait, Bret Hart – an artist within the squared circle and out – continues his own live masterpiece. The “Hit Man” pauses for a brief moment when Jerry “The King” Lawler reveals his personal artful creation to his fellow WWE Hall of Famer. In honor of The Excellence of Execution’s return to WWE, Lawler’s drawn and colored a caricature of a trounced Mr. McMahon beneath a triumphant Hit Man.

“I sort of have a feeling that maybe this is going to be the outcome at WrestleMania, except, Vince may look a little worse than that!” Lawler says.

The King’s potentially prophetic picture is highlighted by a banner reading “Bret Screwed Vince” – which might be what many will say after Sunday’s No Holds Barred Match.

“Jerry’s a great artist; he’s the real deal,” praises a flattered Hit Man. “That [drawing] was so good, I’d consider buying it myself.”

SHOWCASING THE IMMORTALS, 8:45 P.M.

In the main event of WrestleMania Art, one very high bidder offers an astounding $3,000 for the original piece constructed and perfected by Bret Hart in a matter of hours, scoring huge proceeds for the Phoenix-based Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

“I was trying to do my own WrestleMania poster,” explains Bret, who claims his very first cartoons of real-life ring competitors featured Sweet Daddy Siki and Abdullah the Butcher.

In fact, these animated manifestations of wrestling’s greatest names – from all regions of the globe, from countless decades – stood on display at the art showcase. Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Andre the Giant, “Macho Man” Randy Savage. In Bret’s signature style, they all now belong to Cryme Tyme’s JTG, who personally purchased an original print of a cartoon portrait excellently executed by The Hit Man.

Tonight, Hart’s mural-style caricature of WWE’s top Superstars – John Cena, Batista, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton and Triple H – depicts the biggest names competing on The Grandest Stage of Them All. In great detail, Bret captures the unique characteristics of each competitor, skewing only slightly satirical when it comes to the cartoon features of certain Superstars.

“If I wasn’t dreaming about wrestling and wrestlers in my sleep,” he recollects, “I was drawing them in my math class for sure. Later on, I always found it fun to draw the wrestlers on the locker room walls.”

He continues, “I’ve still got the burning desire to violate someone’s good looks

THE GIFT, 9:01 P.M.

The WrestleMania Art event has concluded but the giving continues. Jerry Lawler has a masterful surprise in store for Bret Hart – and unlike the closing moments of the 1993 King of the Ring, this time, it’s not a scepter to the skull.

Lawler unveils a stunning portrait of The Excellence of Execution from one of the most definitive moments in his career: Hart’s induction into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006.

“I just started out doing a sketch of Bret … I figured I’d give it to him,” Lawler explains.

Though once very fierce enemies, The King and The Hit Man have grown a competitive kinship, of sorts. Astounded and grateful, Hart accepts the gift and shakes hands with his former nemesis, yielding a truly poignant moment showcasing a mutual respect shared by both men for their Hall of Fame careers.

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