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Crowbar Will Always Be Grateful to Eric Bischoff

Eric Bischoff is a legend in the world of professional wrestling. He played a key role in the growth of WCW. Bischoff was also one of the popular General Managers of the red brand, Monday Night Raw. Not only that, he was the first General Manager of Raw. In 2021, Bischoff was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Recently, former WWE Superstar Crowbar shared his thoughts on Eric Bischoff.

Recently, on the Kliq This podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash praised Bischoff. Upon seeing the episode, Crowbar took to Twitter to mention that Bischoff was the one who gave Crowbar a great headstart and shared that he will always be grateful to Eric Bischoff.

“He HIRED me He FIRED me I made the most of the opportunity, saved money + used it create create good things outside of wrestling Gve me a great head start that shaped the rest of my life. ⭐️Always will be grateful to @EBischoff ⭐️ One of wrestling’s greatest visionary minds!” Crowbar tweeted.

Crowbar advises people to always have a plan B if they want to be a professional wrestler

Recently, the former WWE Superstar Crowbar sat down for an interview with During the interview, Crowbar gave an advice to the young and upcoming wrestlers. He suggested that it is better for them to always have a Plan B.

“You have to have a Plan B if you want to be a wrestler. Work really hard, You can do both. I did both, full time college and physical therapy student. Show up, I had to go to class, there were no online classes. And when I came home, I would study, go to the weight room if I didn’t have a match on the weekend, I would go to a gym and train. I’d be on the road all weekend. 

“Then I would get back to my hotel or in my locker room, I would study. During that time, I just had no real social life. You can do a lot of things, focus on multiple goals, but you’ll have to give something up. Fun, socialization, video games, I love doing that, but I didn’t have time. It can be done, pursuing multiple goals, if you want to do it badly enough. Reach for the stars, go for your greatest dream, but do it responsibly,” Crowbar said.

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