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WrestleZone Radio Exclusive Interview
February 19, 2016
Host: Nick Hausman
Guest: Eric Bischoff

Description: WrestleZone Radio is proud present this exclusive interview with the former President of WCW Eric Bischoff.

Eric's appearance was made possible by the Super Megafest Comic-Con taking place in Marlborough, MA from April 8-10th. Eric will be appearing at the event alongside WWE Hall of Famers Mick Foley & Ric Flair.

During the interview Eric speaks candidly about:

- WWE Hall of Famer Donald Trump's current feud with The Pope
- Whether WWE should remove Donald Trump from the WWE Hall of Fame
- Vince McMahon's recent comments about how TV ratings are not as important as they once were
- If more people are watching pro wrestling now than in the mid-90's
- Being confused on how the Neilson rating system works
- How pro wrestling contracts have changed since The Monday Night War
- Hulk Hogan giving The Big Show career advice in WCW
- How he thinks WWE has booked The Big Show
- WCW's plans to do more with themed Monster Trucks
- The difference between WCW and WWE contracts in the mid-90's
- Hulk Hogan's 1-900 line and other licensing projects
- What he thinks of Roman Reigns
- Triple H going in to WrestleMania 32 as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion
- Goldberg as a potential opponent for Undertaker at WrestleMania 32
- What his strategy would have been if Vince McMahon had accepted his offer for a fight
- His time in Chicago as a bar bouncer
- More...

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You can follow Nick & Eric on Twitter:
Nick- @WZRebel
Eric- @EBischoff

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