By: Rahul V Krishnan

WWE Hall Of Famer Says He Doesn’t Want To Work With WWE Anytime Soon

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WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff on his 83 weeks show said that he doesn’t fancy a job with his former employer WWE anytime soon.

Answering a fan’s question about his return to the billion-dollar company to work under Triple H, Bischoff said he is not keen because he’s enjoying life and doesn’t want to travel a lot.

He said that at his stage of life he does not want to have a hectic schedule and is currently content with what he is doing in life.

He also jokingly said that WWE doesn’t have enough money to lure him back to the pro wrestling business.

Bischoff is famous for defeating the WWE in rating battles back in the 1990s while he was working for the World Championship Wrestling (WCW) promotion.

After WCW was bought by Vince McMahon, Eric Bischoff was brought into the WWE as a general manager which shocked the entire pro wrestling world during that time.

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Bischoff last worked for Vince’s company back in 2019 as the Executive Director of WWE Smackdown and was later indicted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021.

The former WCW man has also worked for WWE’s rival promotions AEW and Impact wrestling in the past and his last WWE appearance came in January 2022.

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