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Lawler Reveals Horrifying Moment He Knew Owen Hart Passed

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Owen James Hart (May 7, 1965 – May 23, 1999)

WWE Hall Of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler has opened up on his podcast, Dinner With The King to reflect and remember the night Owen Hart tragically died at WWF Over The Edge 1999 when he fell from the rafters

Owen’s accident being 18 years ago:

“It just seems hard to believe it’s been 18 years since that night. Because that night is still so vivid in my mind. For some reason I was looking around as the promo was playing. I glanced up and was looking around. And as the promo was going, I just saw something. I couldn’t say that I saw it; saw Owen actually fall. I just saw a blur.”

Rushing to Hart’s side after it happened:

“Once your heart is no longer beating anymore, I could just see his face turn gray, from the tip of his nose all the way down his face as the blood was settling in his body. I knew, I realized that moment right then, that Owen was gone.”

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