Success is about patience. It's about working your ass off when no one's watching, so that one day, when the time is right, you can claim your moment in the spotlight and let your years of hard work shine. "I just felt like it was the right moment" -- those are the inspirational words of the d******d who tackled pro wrestling legend Bret "The Hitman" Hart while he was in the middle of his WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony speech just prior to WrestleMania this past weekend.
The tackler had spent years being a creep in obscurity before making his big splash. He was arrested for stalking his former MMA trainer in 2018, and according to his Twitter history, he had a morbid hatred of this year's WrestleMania main event match, which was headlined by three women. The lesson here is that if you really work hard at being an obsessive weirdo, one day you too will get the chance to wrestle an unsuspecting 61-year-old stroke survivor to the ground during his moment of glory.
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