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WWE Working On Peacock Documentary About Teddy Hart

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WWE is working on a documentary to air on Peacock centring on the life and career of highly controversial former WWE Superstar Teddy Hart.

Hart is a part of the acclaimed Canadian wrestling dynasty that includes stars such as Bret Hart, Owen Hart, British Bulldog, and Natalya. Teddy Hart is the oldest grandson of famed Stampede Wrestling promoter Stu Hart and his wife Helen.

Teddy Hart’s wrestling career began at the tender age of 15 and by the time he was 18, he became the youngest star ever signed to a WWF developmental contract in 1998. That relationship lasted until 2002 when Hart was released due to supposed attitude problems.

Hart then spent time in ROH, TNA, and MLW before returning to WWE in 2006. He wrestled as part of developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling and formed The Next Generation Hart Foundation with the likes of Natalya, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Tyson Kidd, and Ted DiBiase Jr. Again Hart’s time in the company was cut short and he was released in 2007.

He then wrestled on the independent circuit for several years before returning to MLW in 2017. A two-year spell there came to an ignominious end in 2019 where he was released after failing to appear for shows.

Personal problems have also plagued Teddy Hart’s life in recent years as he has been arrested no less than six times on charges ranging from assault to auto theft.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported that Peacock was working on a documentary about Hart with the report adding that WWE had “kind of warned” people against participating in it. However, they have since been forced to correct their report as WWE is working in conjunction with Blumhouse Media in producing the documentary for Peacock.

WWE and Blumhouse Media are currently working together on the “The United States Of America vs. Vince McMahon” scripted series that follows the events of the steroid trial that saw the WWE Chairman battling the US Government in court.