Eric Bischoff is no longer with WWE, having gotten fired and replaced by Bruce Prichard this week. And Vince Russo must be loving it.
The Fox SmackDown Live was a massive success from a viewership standpoint, with an average of 3.920 million viewers for the first hour and 3.818 million for the second.
WWE fans were surprised to hear the news of Eric Bischoff being fired and replaced by Bruce Prichard, given that the latter was only hired four months ago.
Eric Bischoff had a rep for having fired talent via fax. CM Punk was similarly fired by WWE. So with Bischoff now out of WWE, a "fired" t-shirt fits.
Less than four months after he was hired, Eric Bischoff was removed from his SmackDown Live Executive Director Role and replaced by long-time WWE producer Bruce Prichard.
Eric Bischoff has been released from his post as SmackDown's executive director in quite the shocking turn of events.
The career of Eric Bischoff in the wrestling industry will always be polarizing for many reasons. Bischoff’s best moments were considered genius and helped change the wrestling world for the better. M...
WWE hasn't officially announced it yet, but it's been said that there will be another draft on the Oct. 11 and 14 episodes of SmackDown Live and Monday Night Raw, respectively.
Fox will take over the SmackDown Live broadcasts this fall - moving the shows to Friday nights as they begin a five-year television deal worth $1 billion.
Vince McMahon and WWE officials have tried numerous tactics to fix the company's television ratings problems - ranging from the wild card rule to hiring two influential figures in Paul Heyman and Eric...
Last month, WWE hired Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff to become the new executive directors of Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, respectively
New SmackDown Live executive director Eric Bischoff has shared a bit more insight his new role, revealing that he was not supposed to start before July 22.
The history of TNA is going to be most remembered for the mistakes they made that caused their ultimate demise. Even though the promotion is still going under the name of Impact Wrestling, they missed...
Widespread speculation was Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman would be starting new roles as Executive Directors for WWE this week. One of the key people on the SmackDown side was missing — Eric Bischoff.
Kurt Angle says he is looking forward to working with new Raw and SmackDown Live executive directors Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff.
There's a report out WWE might be adding last-minute changes to the Extreme Rules card to wipe the slate clean for Eric Bischoff and Paul Heyman.
Vince Mcmahon is said to have feared both Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff signing on with All Elite Wrestling, which is why he appointed them executive directors of Raw and SmackDown Live.