Eric Bischoff Comments On Bruce Prichard’s Future With The WWE

WWE Hall of Famer and former WCW President Eric Bischoff recently took to his 83 Weeks podcast, where he talked about a variety of topics such as what the future holds for Bruce Prichard in the WWE as he was extremely close to Vince McMahon and he was even vocal in regards to his issues with Stephanie in 2008 when he was release by the WWE, but now Vince McMahon is no longer running things, Stephanie and Nick Khan have been named co-CEOs of the WWE and Triple H has been appointed Head of Talent Relations and Creative.

According to Eric Bischoff, he can’t imagine Bruce Prichard doing anything else other than continuing to be successful in the WWE as even though there will always be history and politics in WWE, Triple H needs to put that aside and focus on the bigger picture and that is they have a pretty huge job ahead of them and they must start focusing on that.

Eric Bischoff said:

“I can’t imagine that Bruce is going to do anything other than continue to be successful in WWE.” “There’s history and politics, some of it I’m aware of, some of it I’m not, to be honest. But let’s just put personalities and politics to the side for the moment — you can’t make them go away because they’re always there, but let’s just put them off to the side. You’re Triple H, you’ve got a pretty big job ahead of you getting that locker room from a human resources point of view, you’ve got a pretty big job ahead of you right there.”

“And you need to start focusing on talent; you can’t take your foot off the gas and get back to that six months from now because there’s going to be a point, some time, and that six month is going to go, ‘Whoa, wish we wouldn’t have taken our eye off the ball.’ You’ve got to keep that process running, and I’m guessing I don’t know Triple H on a personal level, but I do know him from working with him. He’s going to be pretty hyper-focused. He’s going to have to hyper-focus on multiple things, but that’s one thing he is going to be really focused on.”

You can check out Eric Bischoff's full comments at this link. H/T to Wrestling Inc. for transcribing the above quotes.