Eric Bischoff is not happy with Goldberg's management



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Eric Bischoff is not happy with Goldberg's management

Eric Bischoff is a WWE world veteran and is certainly among the greatest minds to ever collaborate with the McMahon family. Right now he is far from WWE, but he often comes back to talk about it and when necessary he does not disdain to make a criticism.

During his 83 Weeks podcast Bischoff spoke about the WWE and in particular criticized the management of the company of Bill Goldberg, a Hall of Famer and one of the best wrestlers to ever walk the WWE rings, as well as a former WCW star.

Eric Bischoff hasn't liked using Goldberg lately, during the feud against former WWE Champion Bobby Lashley. The two challenged each other at SummerSlam in the summer with Lashley not only having the upper hand but also destroying Goldberg's young son, Gage, literally torn apart in the post match.

Bischoff opens up on Goldberg

The two wrestlers will now face off in the upcoming Pay per View to be held in Saudi Arabia at Crown Jewel, an event on October 21st. Eric Bischoff didn't like the promo that took place on Monday Night Raw where Goldberg claimed that he will assault and kill Lashley after what he did to his son.

Here are his words: "When you see these things, it seems ugly to say it and I know that I will receive a lot of criticism, but you do nothing but lose the audience. It is a meaningless speech, not artistic and not creative, there is no mail in palio and you're making a legend like Goldberg pass as a fifteen-year-old arguing with a classmate in a schoolyard " The feud between Bobby Lashley and Bill Goldberg has received a lot of criticism from the WWE Universe and even Vince Russo discussed it a few days ago: "I don't understand what the essence of this storyline is, I only see promos for their own sake and an angle 'all smoke and no roast ', the substance is missing."

Speaking to Sony Sports India, Riddle gave his thoughts on Goldberg and how they have a difference in opinion: "I'll say this. I had my interaction with Goldberg, bumped into each other, he's not my bro, I get it, you're not my bro.

I kept calling him bro and he didn't like that whatever, you know me, I'm not the best listener. Then I talked to him after the match, we had a disagreement, you know, I think he has the belief... and it worked for him... all he needs is a couple of moves in wrestling to be one of the best, and he has the Spear and the Jackhammer."