Professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff who was the former General Manager of Monday Night RAW recently talked about WWE Hall Of Famer The Undertaker and discussed if he considered him as one of the best in the world of professional wrestling.
The Undertaker is without any doubt one of the biggest legends in the world of professional wrestling. One of the most recent WWE Hall of Famer defined one of the errors of professional wrestling by himself. There is no doubt in the fact that he is one of the biggest creation of Vince McMahon.
Eric Bischoff Reflects Whether The Undertaker Is One Of The Best
One of the biggest reasons behind his success was his gimmick which was a big hit from the very first day. He had been treated as a main event star from the very first day of joining the promotion. He has produced some of the biggest matches in the history of WWE as well as in the world of professional wrestling.
His match against Shawn Michaels which took place at WrestleMania XXV is considered as one of the best matches in the history of the professional wrestling and arguably the best match in WrestleMania history. In 2022 he had been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He will always remain one of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling.
Eric Bischoff who was the former General Manager of Monday Night RAW recently spoke on WWE After The Bell where he talked about WWE Hall Of Famer The Undertaker and discussed if he considered him as one of the best in the world of professional wrestling. He said;
“It’s always hard. I was asked that same question earlier in a radio interview, you know, of the three, I think they said Undertaker, Hulk Hogan and Steve Austin, which is the biggest star? Well, you know, you got to qualify that stuff.
“I think if you look at The Undertaker, his impact on this industry, the longevity that he has and the level that he played and the impact that he had, how do you not give him the nod for that role? Well, if you’re just counting dollars, you’re gonna go to The Rock, because who’s made more money in this industry than The Rock.
“But if you’re going to talk about who had the most significant impact on the industry in the early stages of its amazing growth, how do you not pick up Hulk Hogan? So it’s a tough one. It all comes down to personal reference.”
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