Eric Bischoff Speaks On The Attitude Era Still Being Relevant, Working With Eugene

Eric Bischoff recently sat down for an interview with The Ring, the Cage, and the Stage where he discussed various topics. Here are the highlights (h/T to Wrestling Inc):

The Attitude Era still being relevant today:

“For me it was the peak of my career so naturally I am going to look favorably on that era. But I think what’s interesting about wrestling fans is that they are generational. I will go to an appearance and I will have somebody older than me come up to me and say, ‘Oh I remember watching you with my kids!’, and then the kids that are now 30 or 35 come up and say, ‘I used to watch you with my dad!’ I think wrestling fans more than any fans are generational, and very loyal, and it’s a family viewing experience. It just amazes me that so many people still want to speak about that era, that’s what my podcast is all about, that era and how it developed into so much of what we see today.”

Working with Eugene in WWE:

“I didn’t have a lot of thoughts about it. I loved working with Nick Densmore, very talented guy and an easy person to work with, and a great performer. I didn’t really think the story line was that powerful, I don’t think it was that successful, I think it was a little too hard to believe, and a little bit too contrived. There’s a line and when you cross over it, it becomes entertaining but not compelling.”