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Confirmed: Bret Hart to host Jan. 4 RAW

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According to, DirecTV has the following preview airing for the January 4, 2010 edition of WWE Monday Night RAW: “Shocking Guest Host Bret “The Hitman” Hart returns to confront Mr. McMahon.” This seems to confirm all the latest rumors that Hart had recently agreed to a new talent deal with WWE to host the RAW the night that TNA IMPACT is going head-to-head with the WWE for the first time. It was stated this past Saturday on the Pro Wrestling Rewind radio show and Between the Ropes radio show that Hart has signed a short term contract that expires sometime after WrestleMania 26, which also has brought speculation that there could be a Hart vs. McMahon at WrestleMania 26. It is not sure how much Hart can physically do in the ring due his previous stroke and his age.

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