Bryan Clark, who wrestled for WWE in the mid-nineties as Adam Bomb has explained why he found life easier in WCW compared to WWE.
Debuting in May 1993 for WWE as Adam Bomb, the man billed from Three Mile Island would have a stellar two-year run in the company. Bomb even competed on WrestleMania X in Madison Square Garden – albeit in a 35-second loss to Earthquake.
Clark would join WCW in 1997 as the Mortal Kombat inspired character Wrath. After a torn ACL saw him miss a year of action, Clark would return under his real name as one of the KroniK tag team.
Speaking to the Hooked On Wrestling podcast, Clark discussed the differences he found between WWE and WCW. In particular, Clark focussed on the access to the two men in charge, Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff.
“For me, I would have stayed in WCW forever. I could not talk to Vince, but I could talk to Eric. I don’t know if it was the same for everyone else, but when I wanted to talk to Eric, I could talk to Eric. If I had an issue or I didn’t like the way something was going he would make time for me. Whereas if I had an issue and wanted to talk to Vince, I had to go through like ten people just to ask a simple question. I didn’t like the way that was and the chaos it caused just to get an answer.”
After the demise of WCW in 2001, Clark and Kronik teammate Bryan Adams debuted in WWE. KroniK would appear at the Unforgiven event in 2001 against Kane and The Undertaker. The Brothers of Destruction would win the match, this signalled the end of the team’s brief WWE run.
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