Eric Bischoff to be inducted into WWE Hall Of Fame

Originally published at Eric Bischoff to be inducted into WWE Hall Of Fame

The 2021 WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony is streaming Tuesday, April 6 exclusively on Peacock in the United States and on the WWE Network around the world. The latest inductee into the 2021 class was revealed during WWE’s After The Bell podcast and that individual is Eric Bischoff.

Bischoff joined Corey Graves and Vic Joseph on the podcast and the news was broken and pushed out to WWE’s social media platforms. Bischoff, a former Executive Producer and Senior Vice President of WCW last worked for WWE in 2019 when he was announced to be the Executive Director of SmackDown. In October of that year, he was replaced by Bruce Prichard.

Bischoff has gone on to co-create the 83 Weeks podcast with Conrad Thompson and he also made several appearances on AEW Dynamite, most recently on the Revolution pay-per-view go-home show.

BREAKING: As first announced on @AfterTheBellWWE, @EBischoff is the latest inductee in the WWE Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021! #WWEHOF

— WWE (@WWE) March 18, 2021

Bischoff joins former two-time WWE Women’s Champion Molly Holly as a part of the 2021 WWE Hall Of Fame class.