Bret Hart To Skip Chemo After Successful Prostate Cancer Surgery Brandon Caldwell February 19, 2016 News, Pro Wrestling, Sports Earlier this month, Bret Hart was diagnosed with prostate cancer and it sent the world for a loop. Fans started crying, Hart’s contemporaries feared the worst and everybody wanted the best for the Hitman, even Madison Square Garden where Hart won his second WWE title at WrestleMania X. Last week, Hart had successful surgery on his prostate and recently, the Observer gave an update to the story, letting us know that Bret Hart had not only put cancer in the Five Moves of Doom, but he even made sure to avoid chemotherapy all together. Consider this the best news there is, the best news there was, the best news there ever will be (with Bret Hart, that is). “Bret Hart underwent prostate cancer surgery on 2/10 in Calgary and by all accounts, the procedure was a success. He had his prostate completely removed and doctors were confident that the cancer was contained and so he won’t need any chemotherapy or radiation and should make a full recovery. “Hart had apparently known about having prostate cancer dating back to last summer, but had only told close family and even friends only found out days before he made the announcement on Facebook. Doctors felt that because it was a slow growing cancer, he didn’t need immediate surgery and they pushed it back due to his recovery from a wrist operation that took longer than expected to rehab.” We’re glad to know that the Hitman is going all right and this information is definitely for the best. Hopefully after the removal of his prostate we get the “full recovery” message. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.