Eric Bischoff Makes Bold WWE Hall of Fame Prediction

Eric Bischoff Makes Bold WWE Hall of Fame Prediction

Eric Bischoff, former Raw general manager, spoke about a potential physical WWE Hall of Fame.

Speaking on Strictly Business, Eric Bischoff was asked to give his thoughts on WWE establishing a physical Hall of Fame. Bischoff postulated that a potential venue for this could be in Orlando, Florida. Bischoff said:

It probably will at some point. It’s just a question of priorities — what makes the most sense when. I’m sure it will happen at some point in time. Like I said, it’s just a matter of when.

There has been a long-standing desire among fans for the creation of a physical WWE Hall of Fame to honour and celebrate the rich history of professional wrestling.

While various museums across America have paid homage to the sport, WWE itself has yet to establish a dedicated space for fans to immerse themselves in the heritage of the industry. However, recent discussions and speculations surrounding the potential construction of a Hall of Fame building have reignited hopes among the WWE Universe.

For years, rumours have circulated within the wrestling community about WWE’s plans to establish a physical Hall of Fame. While occasional displays during Fan Axxess events have provided glimpses of what could be, the absence of a permanent location has left fans yearning for more.

Is Eric Bischoff In The WWE Hall Of Fame?

Eric Bischoff has had a long and successful career in the world of professional wrestling and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021. Starting out his journey in the AWA as an on-air interviewer and host until the company folded in 1991.

Bischoff saw his greatest success in WCW, starting with the company in 1991 as an announcer, Bischoff quickly rose through the ranks in the company eventually becoming President of WCW in 1997.

After WCW’s downfall in 2001, Bischoff was hired by Vince McMahon in 2002 as an on-screen general manager for Raw, a position he held until 2005 when he was “fired” by McMahon live on Raw.

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