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“Too Many People” Wrestling veteran SHOOTS at WWE Hall of Fame

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Eric Bischoff has criticized the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony for having ‘too many people.’

The Inaugural WWE Hall of Fame class back in 1993 was introduced to induct Andre The Giant. After four more classes, the Hall of Fame went on a hiatus for many years. It was reintroduced back in 2004 and it has been an annual tradition for the company ever since.

The former WCW President was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hall of Fame classes of 2020 and 2021 were both inducted in one ceremony.

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Eric Bischoff criticizes WWE Hall of Fame

Bischoff recently talked about Hall of Fame on his Strictly Business podcast. He claimed that having too many people takes some fun out of it:

“I think having too many people takes some fun out of it, making it less special and less entertaining in the long run for the people who have to sit through it, watch it, or sit out in the audience. It’s just that everything has an ideal time.”

Eric Bischoff also criticized the increase in length the Hall of Fame ceremonies have seen in recent times. He claimed that the Hall of Fame felt more special to him before than it does now:

“I think a three-hour Hall of Fame is not ideal. But that said, it did feel more special to me previously than it does now. It almost feels like, okay, let’s check the Hall of Fame box because that’s what we do. And it’s so meaningful to speak for myself, man. I was very emotional. Up there, and it wasn’t even a live crowd there. It was just me and production people and friends in the back.”

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