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Eric Bischoff Slams WWE Hall of Famer as ‘Miserable Human Being’

One big thing

Eric Bischoff, former WCW President and WWE Hall of Famer, has called out Bret “The Hitman” Hart for his inability to move on from past grievances, labeling him a “miserable human being.”

Why it matters

This latest criticism highlights the ongoing tensions between former WCW executives and talent, reignited by VICE’s docuseries “Who Killed WCW?”. It also underscores the lasting impact of WCW’s demise on wrestling veterans’ careers and relationships.

Key details

• Bischoff made these comments on his “83 Weeks” podcast, responding to Hart’s recent criticisms of WCW.
• He suggested Hart is unable to move past his wrestling career grievances, despite his significant achievements.
• Bischoff described Hart as a “giant raincloud” who constantly complains and blames others.

By the numbers

• Hart’s career spans over 20 years since the incident that ended his in-ring career.
• The “Who Killed WCW?” docuseries has 4 episodes, with Hart featuring prominently in episode 2.

What they’re saying

Bischoff on Hart: “He’s done things that very few people in the world will get an opportunity to even imagine, more or less actually do. He’s made a fortune. There’s no reason for this guy to be as dark and miserable as he is.”

The bottom line

Bischoff’s comments reveal the deep-seated resentments still present in the wrestling world, particularly surrounding the fall of WCW. This ongoing dialogue continues to shape the narrative of professional wrestling’s history and its key players.

What do you think about Eric Bischoff’s comments on Bret Hart? Do you agree with his assessment or do you think Hart’s criticisms are justified? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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