Eric Bischoff talks about what makes him most proud in wrestling

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Eric Bischoff talks about what makes him most proud in wrestling

In the latest episode of 83 Weeks Podcast, the WWE Hall Of Famer, Eric Bischoff talked about what makes him most proud of his time in the world of wrestling but also of ROH. On 83 Weeks, Eric Bischoff hinted that the joint meeting was held based on disparaging comments made by Raven in the media.

"It wasn't a very memorable occasion, said Eric Bischoff. Scott Levy was kind of a Malcontent. His character was a malcontent. He lived his character. And everything that Meltzer said was probably true. You had talent mouthing off about the company or expressing their opinions about the company, which is fine, as long as you're not taking a check from that company."

Eric Bischoff is a wrestling legend

On Vince McMahon, Eric Bischoff said: "Someone asked me recently what makes me proudest about my career in wrestling. This question is very difficult but I know the answer. Anyone who knows Vince McMahon or has worked for him knows it's not an easy thing to convince him as I did.

I managed to do that when everyone has been saying to me for some time 'Vince will never sell anything, Vince will never recognize the competition, it's not the way he does business.' Well, it wasn't Vince McMahon's way of doing business until I got him to do what he then did.

I am very proud because it made WWE a better place, a stronger company, a more successful product and the public benefited a lot. That's why everyone has seen Vince McMahon become an evil boss and that's why everyone has also seen DXing in the Attitude era.

Everything comes from nWo. I was proud to have forced Vince McMahon to change and I am proud to have improved the federation." On the ROH he concluded: "It will be interesting to see where all those talents go now if they go somewhere.

Sorry for what happened at Ring Of Honor, it once had quite a following, at least from what I could see on social media. average. She was also very active. It will be interesting to see over the next six months or a year now that the restrictions due to Covid seem to have eased, with all this talent being released by WWE and ROH it will be interesting to see what happens on the indie circuit.

I wouldn't be surprised at all if we didn't see a pretty massive revival of the indie scene. Give everyone a place to work to hone their craft, improve their skills and you never know what comes out of it. Just look at what happened with the AEW, it was almost suddenly born and has become a very popular federation. I think this is mainly due to the popularity of independent circuits."