Eric Aaron Bischoff is an American entrepreneur, television producer, professional wrestling booker, podcast host, and on-screen personality. He is best known for serving as Executive Producer and later President of World Championship Wrestling and subsequently, the on-screen General Manager of WWE's Raw brand. Bischoff has also worked with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling where he served as Executive Producer of Impact Wrestling. With an amateur background in taekwondo, having competed as a kickboxer, Bischoff also sporadically performed as an in-ring competitor, and is a former WCW Hardcore Champion. He wrote an autobiography, titled Controversy Creates Cash, which was released in 2006 under WWE Books.
|Birth name:||Eric Aaron Bischoff|
|Born:||May 27, 1955, Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Residence:||Cody, Wyoming, United States|
|Children:||2, including Garett Bischoff|
|Ring name(s):||Eric Bischoff|
|Billed from:||Detroit, Michigan|
|Twitter:||Eric Bischoff's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Eric Bischoff's IMDb|
About Eric Bischoff
Wrestling executive who served as the president of World Championship Wrestling.
He started his involvement in the wrestling community as a ring announcer in 1991.
He worked as the General Manager of the WWE's Raw brand from 2002 to 2007.
He married Loree with whom he had two children, Garett and Montanna.
He had a well-documented feud with Vince McMahon during the 2000s.
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