In an interview with The Boston Herald to promote the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view, WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart commented on his greatest WrestleMania moment noting that his first appearance at the event was the greatest as it was a different kind of match than Roddy Piper had ever had and it was a different kind of match for himself at that point too. Bret noted that having the good guy versus the good guy and old pro versus the young pro worked really well and that the buildup and match was a big turning point for himself and wet his lips to do better.

Bret also commented on the CM Punk/WWE situation noting, “When you look at it closely, Punk’s burned out. He’s always given 100 percent in all his matches, and delivered some of the best pay-per-view matches in the past 10 years. And it’s not easy when there are legends who only work part-time, and guys like Punk and Bryan do all the work, and watch someone like Brock Lesnar walk in and take those big matches and big paydays without having to be on the road all the time. I think that had a lot to do with his decision, and rightfully so. One of Vince McMahon’s favorite sayings is, ‘Life’s not fair.’ I don’t see Punk being a factor at WrestleMania, but he still has a lot of greatness left in him. As a fan, I hope he comes back, and as a wrestler, I have a lot of respect for him, too.”

The interview is available in full at this link.