Eric Bischoff

Eric Bischoff is an American professional wrestling entrepreneur, executive, and booker. He is one of the creative minds behind the successes of World Championship Wrestling in the 1990s, but also worked for World Wrestling Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action in the 2000s. His tenure as general manager of Raw, which lasted 1,239 days, is the longest in WWE history. Eric Bischoff has been married since 1984 to a woman named Loree, with whom he has two children: Garrett and Montanna. He was previously married to a woman named Kimberly Bowman, whom he divorced in 1980.

Bischoff is a black belt in taekwondo and has a great passion for motorcycles. Having been one of the most important general managers in the history of Raw, on January 22, 2018 he appeared in the episode dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the red show. Between June 27 and October 17, 2019, he served as the Executive Director of SmackDown. Eric Bischoff owns, together with Jason Hervey, a production company called Bischoff-Hervey Productions; his company produced several reality shows for US television in the first half of the 2000s. In 2006, he wrote a book, Controversy Creates Ca$h, in which he chronicled his career in the world of wrestling.