WWE legend Bret “Hitman” Hart thinks Bill Goldberg shouldn’t be in the Hall of Fame and is set to return to pro wrestling.

Hart has been retired from pro wrestling for quite some time now. However, on Nov. 2, Western Hockey League’s Calgary Hitmen Hockey Club announced that they will be hosting "Bret the Hitman Hart Night" in support of the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre.

The Hitmen will honour Hart in relation to the team’s name during the game against the Saskatoon Blades. The event will highlight Hart’s wrestling legacy, his commitment to the Calgary Prostate Cancer Centre and longstanding relationship with the team.

As a tribute to the legendary professional wrestler, the Hitmen and the Prairie Wrestling Alliance (PWA) will host a post-game wrestling card that is free with a game ticket. A wrestling ring will be set up on the ice for a four-match "Battle in the Dome" in which Hart is expected to participate.

Ahead of his possible return to pro wrestling, Hart revealed his love for hockey as a sport and its players.

“I’ve always had a very enjoyable relationship with all the people I’ve worked with at the Hitmen. I found from the very beginning that hockey people are good people in all respects and upon selling the team, my biggest concern was the fear of losing that,” Hart said.

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A fan jumped over the barricade and attacked Bret Hart as the WWE legend was giving his speech during the Hall of Fame ceremonies. Special guest referee Bret "The Hitman" Hart is introduced during the WWE Smackdown Live Tour at Westridge Park Tennis Stadium on July 8, 2011 in Durban, South Africa. Getty Images/Steve Haag/Gallo Images

Just recently, Hart caused a buzz in pro wrestling when he recalled an unforgettable moment with Goldberg. According to Hart, he wished Goldberg never kicked his head so hard during a WCW match several years ago. He also emphasized that Goldberg shouldn’t be in the Hall of Fame for hurting his opponents.

"I don’t know how you give a guy a Hall of Fame thing for hurting as many wrestlers as Bill Goldberg hurt, and without consequence. He usually got a pat on the back and told how good of a job he did out there when you’re scraping the wrestler that worked with him off the mat," Hart claimed.

Overall, Hart believes Goldberg's kick to his head ended his career early and cost him $16 million due to the years he had left on his contract with WCW.

"When Bill Goldberg kicked me in the head I honest to god I lost about $16 million in like one second. I just signed with WCW for $3 million a year for another three years on top of the two years I had left on my original contract, so it was bad timing and unfortunate,” Hart said.

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WWE star Bill Goldberg will appear in two upcoming episodes of “The Flash.” Pictured: Goldberg arrives to A&E Television Networks Upfront celebration held at Rockefeller Center April 21, 2005 in New York City. Getty Images/Fernando Leon