On 83 Weeks Podcast with Eric Bischoff, the former WWE Raw Executive Director talked about Bret Hart and how “he’s just a negative miserable guy”.
Bischoff said that Bret Hart criticizes his colleagues whenever he talks. Whether it be Vince McMahon or Ric Flair, Hart will always have someone to criticize and when he couldn’t, there won’t be a lot to talk about.
“Typical of Bret Hart then and now,” Bischoff said. “If Bret doesn’t have somebody to bury, criticize or blame, he can’t really have much of a conversation. It didn’t resonate with me. I think partially because, I don’t know, WWE, Vince McMahon, federal court, indicted, drug distribution?”
“I think Bret was probably trying to clear the smoke in his own room and creating it in somebody else’s. That’s just Bret. I don’t mean to say anything bad about anybody, but Bret tends to be a whiny bi***. It is what it is.”
“Last time I saw Bret I said I’m going to take the high road, and he continues to just rehash all his negative nonsense and burying people,” Bischoff said.
“It doesn’t make me angry, that’s just Bret. Whether he’s burying Ric Flair, Mick Foley, Vince McMahon, Eric Bischoff, Bill Goldberg, he’s just a negative miserable guy. That’s how he goes through his daily life. He was doing it in 1993 and he’s still doing it today.”
Bischoff is regarded as one of the best wrestling promoters of all time and even though most of his decisions were crazy, the genius has produced some of the best moments in the world of wrestling.