Eric Bischoff’s Top 5 Moments as WWE Raw General Manager

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Eric Bischoff became the first GM of Raw in 2002 and arguably was the best of them all. Check out some of his best moments as the head of WWE’s flagship show.

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Eric Bischoff is known for his run as executive producer of WCW through the latter part of the 1990’s. He created Monday Nitro and became the only wrestling company to be able to compete with Vince McMahon’s WWE.

Bischoff’s WCW eventually went downhill, though, due to issues behind the scenes with the higher ups running the business. Plus, WCW Creative had a hand in the destruction of the company.

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But in 2002, after being out of work for not too long, Bischoff was hired by WWE to be the first-ever on-screen General Manager of Raw. It was something that no one thought would happen after all the years Bischoff and McMahon were at each other’s throats.

Bischoff was GM of Raw until 2005, when he famously got placed in a garbage truck as part of his firing. You can see the video above. He didn’t leave a bad legacy, though, and became one of the best Raw GM’s of all-time. His moments, positive or negative, were all memorable.

Check out the 5 best moments from Bischoff’s run as Raw GM by clicking below.

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