WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart is cancer free.
During an interview with BloomsMag, the 60-year-old Hart revealed he has 100 percent recovered from his prostate cancer diagnosis and has even returned to the gym. Hart was diagnosed last February.
After his battle with cancer, Hart is now warning men over 40 to get screened for prostate cancer so they can potentially save their lives.
Hart’s brother, Smith, passed away in July from prostate cancer.
“You know, it’s so critical for me to stress … that it’s just a blood test,” Hart said as he urged men to get screened for prostate cancer.
“You gotta go in and get a blood test. If you’re a man over 40, you need to go in. You don’t want to be like my brother, Smith, who’s a guy that didn’t worry about it and it’s too late now…. If you’ve got prostate cancer, if you don’t catch it early, you could die from it. And if you catch it early, you can live a pretty normal life.”
During his five decade career inside of the squared circle, Hart held 32 total championships, including 17 between the WWF/WWE and WCW.
Hart was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006.
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