Sky Sports has an interview up with WWE Hall of Famer Bret “The Hitman” Hart. Here are some highlights.

On Shawn Michaels and the incident in Montreal:
“When I think of the potential of what we could have done business wise together. It makes me quite sad. For me I don’t really have much issue with it anymore. If you asked me that up until probably about a year ago I’d have probably said something different. But I’ve cooled off a bit now. I don’t want to carry it around anymore. If he wanted to apologize I would accept it. I’d move on but I wouldn’t forget it.”

If he would ever consider inducting Michaels into the Hall of Fame:
“Maybe if he wants to make himself feel better about it he should have the guts to pick up the phone and apologize. Then we’ll see after that.”

On people saying he took wrestling too seriously:
“I’m grateful that I’ve had such true fans over here. After 10 years since I wrestled anybody they still appreciate me and it really makes me appreciate everything I did. Sometimes the criticism of me is that I took wrestling too serious. Maybe I did take it all a bit too serious. But that’s what made me special and hopefully makes people remember me as someone who was passionate about what I did and what I thought wrestling was really all about.”

To check out the full interview, click here.