Here is the article which shows the hypocrisy of rafidi shia i.e. shia always say:
shia are real follower of ahle-bayt!
But the hadith from real top most ahle-bayt [ofcourse in view of ahle-sunnah wives are also ahle-bayt, but here i am talking about shia definition of ahl-bayt i.e. Ali[ra], Fatima[ra], Hasan[ra] & Hussain[ra] only i.e. peoples of kisa] is recorded in ahle-sunnah books much greater than shia fabricated books.
Now lets see the narrations of Hasan ibn Ali[ra] in ahle-sunnah books:
The companions and scholars of Ahlul-bayt were very famous and trustworthy by consensus so the scholars of Ahlul-Sunnah have narrated many authentic narrations from them.
Al-Hassan’s Father Ali (ra) in the books of Ahlul-Sunnah:
-in the Musnad of Beqi bin Makhlad al-Andalusi (died 276 AH) there are 586 Hadiths from the Prophet PBUH narrated by Ali.
-in the Musnad of Ahmad bin Hanbal (died 241 AH) there are 819 Hadiths from the Prophet PBUH narrated by Ali.
-in the six main books of ahlul-Sunnah Ali has narrated from the Prophet PBUH 322 Hadiths.
So out of the Rashidun caliphs Ali (ra) narrated the most from the prophet PBUH because he died later and there were many narrators at his time and many students of religion who sought knowledge and sought to collect Hadiths.
As for his son al-Hassan bin Ali:
He was not old enough to narrate directly from the Prophet PBUH like other young companions such as Mahmoud bin Rabi’i and Abdullah ibn Abbas, when the prophet PBUH died al-Hassan was only seven years of age but he still narrated a coupe Hadiths he memorized from him. those who narrated from al-Hassan were his son al-Hassan bin al-Hassan, Abu al-Hawraa al-Sa’adi, al-Shu’ubi, Hubairah bin Barim, Suweid bin Ghaflah and others…
-in the Musnad of Beqi bin Makhlad al-Andalusi (died 276 AH) there are 13 Hadiths from the Prophet PBUH narrated by al-Hassan.
-in the Musnad of Ahmad bin Hanbal (died 241 AH) there are 10 Hadiths from the Prophet PBUH narrated by al-Hassan.
-in the main four books of Sunan there are 6 Hadiths from the Prophet PBUH narrated by al-Hassan.