A former WWE star has claimed that they made Eric Bischoff “cry like a b*tch” after slapping him in the face.
Paul Roma is best known for his time in WWE as one half of the Power and Glory tag team alongside Hercules Hernandez. In 1993 Roma joined WCW and the Four Horsemen group where he won WCW Tag Team Championship gold with The Enforcer, Arn Anderson.
However, Roma has always been less than complimentary about his time spent working with Ric Flair and WCW President Eric Bischoff, despite having no issues with Arn Anderson.
In fact, Roma has previously claimed that he slapped Bischoff in the face. During an appearance on the Cheap Heat Productions podcast, the former Tag Team Champion has reiterated these claims, commenting that he made Bischoff “cry like a little b*tch.”
“I cut a video because they wanted a controversial video, so I gave you controversy. Was some of the stuff I said true in it? Yes. Like slapping Bischoff in the face, making him cry like a little b*tch? Yeah, that was true. Bischoff was the biggest mark in the world.”
During the same interview Roma also hit out at Hulk Hogan, commenting that he couldn’t wrestle and “believed his own bullsh*t.” He ended by calling the WWE Hall of Famer a “punk ass.”
Paul Roma left WCW in 1995 as part of cost cutting measures, and despite appearances on the independent scene never returned to a major company.
H/t to Sportskeeda for the transcription.