Yesterday, the wrestling world lost a wrestling legend. Scott Hall aka Razor Ramon in WWE and went by his own name in WCW. Scott had a fall and broke his hip. Had hip replacement surgery and then suffered three heart attacks after. Then he got put on life support and when they couldn’t do anything for him, they took him off life support and later he passed on which happened yesterday.
Scott had many problems in his life but he was a legend in the wrestling business and helped changed it over the years. Scott never won a world title in WWE and WCW at all but he accomplished a lot of things. He held other belts like he was 4 time Intercontinental Champ which is a belt for the mid-carders. I’m sure he had other belts in WCW too, he just never won a world champ when he absolutely should have.
Scott had that classic ladder match with HBK at Wrestlemania 10, he was there for the formation of the NWO in WCW during the “Third Man” reveal, he was also there when Hall returned to the WWE later in the years to help debut the NWO… McMahon’s “Lethal dose of poison”.
Later on in the years, Scott Hall tried to improve his life by doing yoga with Diamond Dallas Page and Jake “The Snake” Roberts. DDP tried to help him get sober… maybe that’s another reason so many respect Scott Hall so much ’cause he tried.
I know I respect him. He was a great wrestler and great mic worker. Definitely one of the best heels in the business.
Yeah, Scott definitely had a lot of problems but still, he was a legend and from what I’m hearing, he was a good guy. A good guy to other wrestlers and he was good to his fans too. Always took the time for selfies and a chat each time he was approached in public. He definitely loved his fan base that’s for sure.
On the “Ask Eric Anything” for the 83 Weeks w/ Eric Bischoff podcast show, I submitted a question to them on twitter asking what his thoughts are about the long rumored “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Stephanie McMahon past romantic relationship that won’t die.
Well surprisingly enough, they took the question and Eric answered. It’s not much of an answer, though. Eric just said that he “thinks nothing” of that rumor and said it is childish of people to even think or talk about that rumor. He also said he wouldn’t “stoop” so low to talk about it. He kind of slammed me for sending in a question like that, hahaha so it definitely sounded like Eric didn’t like being asked that question but he briefly answered it anyways.
If you’re curious to hear it yourself, give it a listen the “Ask Anything” and he answers my question toward the end of the podcast episode.
Kind of a disappointing response to me, honestly ’cause I was hoping for an entertaining and honest response but instead I seem to have pissed him off a bit.
That’s okay, though ’cause it was just a question since it was “Ask him anything”, ya know? I’m just glad they took the question, though and I didn’t think they would.
I understand why they don’t want to talk about a hard topic like that ’cause to me it sounds like they are scared of lawsuits and things like that. “Ask Anything” is all about asking hard questions and that’s the name of the game.
While it’s exciting that the NWO is going in the WWE Hall of Fame this year for this year’s Wrestlemania, it is a bummer that Eric Bischoff is not going to be included in the induction when he should. Why should Bischoff be included? Well for starters, Eric created the iconic stable/wrestling faction himself. The nWo aka the New World Order was all his idea and it was all his idea to have Hogan, Hall and Nash as the group’s first three guys. Hall and Nash were the first announced in the group but they got started as the Outsiders at first then Hulk Hogan was revealed as the third guy later which was a historic moment in WCW. That was when Hogan turned heel for the first time which was important in wrestling history.
Other reasons Bischoff deserves to be in the induction with the NWO at the Hall of Fame is that Bischoff was the leader of the group on WCW TV back in the day. Bischoff had a lot of historic moments with the group back in the 90’s and early 2000’s years when WCW used to be around. It was Bischoff that helped the nWo become the iconic wrestling faction that it is today. The NWO are the greatest wrestling faction/group of all time.
I’m trying to watch every episode of WCW Monday Nitro on the WWE Network still and all this NWO stuff is pretty historic TV.
Why isn’t Bischoff in the induction when he should? Does he and McMahon hate each other in real life??? I don’t know… since Vince fired Bischoff from running the RAW brand behind the scenes. Not sure the reasons and Bischoff himself doesn’t know the real reasons behind it. I listen to Bischoff’s podcast 83 weeks but it seems that he isn’t upset at not being included.
Everybody wants Bischoff to be in the WWE Hall of Fame in some way whether it will be in the NWO or be in the Hall of Fame solo but Bischoff himself even said he doesn’t care about being in the Hall of Fame. I remember him saying that he doesn’t really want to be in the Hall of Fame anyways ’cause he doesn’t really think he’s all that big and believes not many people care for him.
Well, Eric, I appreciate you trying to stay humble and honest as possible but you have plenty of fans that love you and respect the hell out of you. Eric is a legend and he doesn’t even realize it to this day. I know I’ve always respected him. When Eric was on WCW TV for Monday Nitro, he played one of the most hated heels in wrestling history. Fans used to hate that man back in the day.
I think Bischoff should be in the WWE Hall of Fame but Vince won’t do it for whatever reason. Maybe the reason Vince won’t have Bischoff in Hall of Fame with NWO is ’cause Bischoff was in the NWO in WCW and not in the NWO when they were in WWE. That could be the reason… but WCW is WWE now that WWE owns WCW. WWE is just starting to induct more WCW stars.
83 Weeks is my favorite wrestling podcast and I listen to it all the time. Even if Eric is not going in the WWE Hall of Fame with the nWo, hopefully he’ll still make a Wrestlemania appearance with them at least. That’s better than nothing.
Well this is interesting. Just announced today, Paul Heyman has been named by WWE as the executive director of Monday Night RAW and Eric Bischoff has been named as the executive director of Smackdown Live. Both of these men were hired to be in charge of those brands. While those two are now in charge of running those two shows; however, it looks like Vince McMahon is still calling the shots ’cause like the article says the two must report to Vince McMahon.
Both of these men have one thing in common, though. They have experience in running wrestling companies. Like the article says Paul Heyman used to own ECW and Eric Bischoff was the president of WCW.
I know a lot of wrestling fans are getting skeptical of this but I think this is a pretty good idea. Heyman and Bischoff both know their wrestling ’cause they have a lot of experience in the business and they are very knowledgeable with wrestling. They definitely know their stuff.
I would give them a chance to see how they would do.
Some of you may ask, why is Vince doing this? Over the years in the WWE, Vince had full control of both RAW and Smackdown. He called the shots of everything and now it looks like Vince is finally giving up some control in WWE.
Is Vince finally waking up and realizing that he isn’t good anymore creatively? That could be a part of it but I think the real reason is that the XFL is about to be launched and he won’t have time to run both brands anymore. So he needs to give someone else to take over.
Another reason Vince is doing this is that ratings for both RAW and SD are still in trouble and this could be a ploy to help bring the ratings up. Could Paul and Eric shape up the wrestling business and take it to the next level? AEW is exploding and you can see that Vince is trying everything to compete with them.
I’m going to wait to see how Paul and Eric will do. I know a lot of wrestling fans out there will be skeptical of this but I’m gonna give these guys a chance. Paul and Eric could bring wrestling back to the WWE and that’s what I’m hoping and praying for. We’ll have to wait and see how they do.
Last night on RAW, it ended with Vince McMahon being fired as WWE CEO/Chairman by the board of directors, announced by Triple H. Last night, Vince came out in the ring to address CM Punk’s winning of the WWE Championship belt from the “Money In the Bank” PPV match he had against John Cena. Well, CM punk won the match and became the new WWE Champion. However, CM Punk left the WWE with the championship belt.
Last year, Dixie Carter who is boss of TNA’s “Impact Wrestling” got fired by the board of directors when Hogan/Bischoff announced it. Then Hogan/Bischoff are now taking over TNA as owners. It seems that WWE is doing the same thing now.
Now that Vince is no longer CEO/Chairman, Triple H is Vince’s replacement.
There’s a lot of people believing all of this is real, because WWE is doing a good job making it seem like it was real with all the “kayfabe” thrown in.
I don’t think Vince McMahon is really fired. It’s a storyline. Vince is owner of WWE in real life and the only way for him to leave is to sell the company. So there’s no way he could be fired. TNA “Impact Wrestling” have been stealing storylines from WWE in the past, so maybe this is WWE’s payback at TNA?
Last night’s TNA episode, was actually a great episode. Mick Foley ended up being the Network Representative, that’s been busting on Hulk Hogan and Immortal for a long while. Mick made the announcement that TNA changed the name to their Thursday shows to “Impact Wrestling”, making the announcement public and official. TNA’s name change is an attack at WWE for leaving out wrestling out of their new name. Mick also introduced the return of Chyna, Joanie Laurer.
I’ll admit that Chyna is still looking really hot. Yes, she had plastic surgery, breast implants and wears too much make-up but you can’t deny that she turns you on every time you see on her TV. She hasn’t been on wrestling television for a little over ten years, she’s been gone for that long.
I hope Chyna’s run in TNA will be full time, and not just a short run. We’ll wait and see. Enjoy the videos, here, and here.
Since a lot of former WCW and WWE guys are working for TNA wrestling, that made wrestling fans wonder if Bret “The Hitman” Hart will ever work for TNA Impact someday. Will he ever? Well in this article, Bret has some positive things to say about TNA and not so positive things about TNA.
The positive? Bret says that TNA is more of a wrestling show because of the company’s lighter schedule than WWE. He says TNA is a serious rival against WWE, but doesn’t put the blame on the actual wrestlers. He also says good things about TNA star, Samoa Joe, who is the top star of the company right now and he worries that Hulk Hogan might take Samoa Joe’s spotlight if he has a match against him.
The negative? Well Bret slams Hogan and Bischoff. Explaining his experiences with Hogan and Bischoff when they worked together for WCW. Bret never got along with Hogan and Bischoff in WCW behind the scenes. He also says that Hogan believes in his heart that he is the star of the show and he is wrestling, which is a polite way of saying that Hogan is an egomaniac. Bret reveals that he will not work for TNA as long as Hogan and Bischoff are still working for them. Bret may consider working for TNA, whenever Hogan and Bischoff leaves.
Can’t blame Bret, so good on him. Notice how a lot of other wrestlers hate Hogan and Bischoff in real life. Hogan and Bischoff have huge egos ’cause they think they are pioneers of wrestling, they think they started it all. Hulk Hogan didn’t invent professional wrestling, he only helped make it mainstream. I’ve always been a Hogan hater myself. There are other wrestlers that are more legendary than him.
In my opinion, Mick Foley, is the one that made professional wrestling to what it is today. Not Hogan.
Controversy is spreading the world of wrestling news online that Ric Flair beat up Hulk Hogan in a bloody mess at the press conference for Hogan/Bischoff’s Australian wrestling tour.
Was it real or a storyline?
Well, knowing that this is profesional wrestling, of course this is a storyline. Flair’s hand slap was obviously fake as his hand didn’t even touch Hogan’s head if you look closely.
Plus, there is a video where Hogan, Bischoff and Flair first arrive in Sydney, Australia before the press conference. Hogan and Flair are acting friendly to each other in that video. Hogan may have been pointing his fingers in front of Flair’s face, but I think Hogan was fooling around and joking…but notice Flair got in the same car that Hogan and Bischoff is in.
See for yourself.
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