Bret Hart’s Sons & Mo Jabari Launch Dungeon Wrestling

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On Thursday, April 8, 2022, WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hitman” Hart revealed on his Instagram that his two sons, Blade and Dallas Hart, had launched a new wrestling promotion, Dungeon Wrestling, that will be running out of the Hart Family’s ancestral hometown of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Alongside the two Hart brothers, Dungeon Wrestling’s leadership also features Calgary indie wrestler Mo Jabari, who also wrestles as Kid Chocolate. Jabari was a part of this year’s WaleMania VI event in Dallas during WrestleMania Week, and on February 24, he made his Beyond Wrestling debut as the tag partner of Dirty Dango (fka Fandango in WWE) against Waves & Curls (Jaylen Brandyn & Traevon Jordan) on Wrestling Open Episode 8 on IWTV. Jabari/Kid Chocolate was trained by Hart graduate Lance Storm back in 2017, and until this year, primarily competed in Western Canada with Real Canadian Wrestling (RCW), Praire Wrestling Alliance (PWA), and Saskatchewan’s High Impact Wrestling (HIW).

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In a video to announce the new endeavor, the trio revealed some of their hopes and dreams for the new promotion.

“Our family has such a rich history here in Calgary,” Blade said. “We’re trying to follow as much in my grandfather Stu’s footsteps. We’ll be doing shows on First Nations, arenas, breweries, bars, everywhere. We’re going to take this all over the place, we’re trying to build something special, not just for Calgary, but the whole province of Alberta and Canada.

“I think that’s the most important thing we’re trying to do with Dungeon Wrestling, is to bring back some of that legacy and tradition back to the city of Calgary,” Dallas added. “The most important for us doing this is the fans. We want our shows to be fun, we want to do things a little differently than they’ve been done around here for the last little while.  You know, we just want to bring the community together, and do some great things and show some talent. Put Western Canada back on the map.”

“To the world of professional wrestling, wrestlers wanted to be trained in Calgary, wrestlers wanted to wrestle in Calgary, and wrestlers wanted to come from Calgary,” Mo Jabari stated. “We are very excited to bring that back and hopefully, you know, get that respect that Calgary once had, with Stu and the Hart Family, Bret and Owen, and all those guys, once brought to Calgary.”

Dungeon Wrestling held its first event on Thursday night at the Tool Shed Brewery in Calgary, with a sold-out event first event that featured four matches, including IMPACT Wrestling‘s Raj Singh (son of Gama Singh and former Canadian indie tag partner of WWE Superstar Jinder Mahal), plus Western Canada indie wrestlers Taryn From Accounting, Cody Mac, Ava Lawless, Zoe Sager, Steven Crowe, and Dewey Robson, as well as a guest appearance from Dave Lawrence, the Canadian actor best known for his iconic role as Terry “Give’r” Cahill in the cult movie FUBAR (the character also crossed over in the Trailer Park Boys universe, showing up in the 2021 series Trailer Park Boys: Jail). So far the brand new promotion has created an Instagram account, Facebook page, and Twitter account to follow their news, and they’ve already attracted some high-level fans. Apart from Blade and Dallas’ famous father, Bret Hart, they’ve earned early follows in their cousin, WWE Superstar Natalya, and another former Hart student, AEW’s Chris Jericho.

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