WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry has said that Owen Hart stopped him from losing his job after the World's Strongest Man wanted to beat up John 'Bradshaw' Layfield.
Speaking to Jim Ross on the commentator's podcast, Henry spoke about being bullied by Layfield during his early career, and wanted to get back at him.
He said: "I just wanted to whoop him and Owen said, 'don't do it.'He said, 'the next time you see John by himself, just walk up to him and say, 'John, I don't appreciate you picking on me and I wish you would stop.'
"And if he says he won't stop, then you just tell him, 'well, the next time that I see you by yourself like this, nobody's around, I'm not going to be screaming and yelling."
The former World Heavyweight Champion is just one of several Superstars who have claimed to have been bullied by Bradshaw, who was moved off the commentary desk after allegations of harassing Mauro Ranallo in 2017.
During his Hall of Fame speech, Henry pleaded with Hart's widow Martha, to allow Owen to be added to the Hall of Fame.
Owen Hart died at Over the Edge 1999, after an accident during his entrance caused him to fall from the rafters.