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Interview Recap - Eric Bischoff

Posted in Interview Recaps by Jack at 02:54, Oct 20 2006

By Rios Granillo

Special thanks to IYH fan Rios Granillo for the recap.

Eric Bischoff interview recap from www.inyourheadonline.com

Welcome back everyone to the In Your Head interview recap, Mr. Eric Bischoff was this weeks guest and he was there to promote his new book ?Controversy Creates Ca$h? (Available now) and to discuss his role in pro wrestling / sports entertainment history. This is one of, if not the biggest interview in IYH history, it was a very entertaining and very informative interview in which Mr. Bischoff did not pull any punches and spoke very openly about his views on Vince McMahon and his experiences in WWE, Vince Russo, Paul Heyman, nWo, DX and a lot more, so be sure to listen to the actual interview located at www.inyourheadonline.com. In Your Head can be heard every Wednesday at 6:00 PM EST and be sure to also check out past interviews in the archive section and sign up in the IYH message board were you can post questions to future guests.

Jack, Oneinchbiceps and Barbie Richards get right into the interview with Mr. Bischoff asking how it was that he was approached to write his book whether it was his idea of something WWE pitched to him. Eric?s agent asked him if he would like to write a book and he said that he would be interested in doing that. When asked if he was worried about WWE making changes to his book in anyway, he said the thought had crossed his mind but he wanted to do the book to set the record straight and that WWE obliged him with that and gave him full creative control with the book. When discussing about the book he says it?s a non traditional wrestling book in that it?s a first had account and not like other wrestling books which are influenced by the Dave Meltzers and Wade Keller?s on the internet or second and third hand accounts and rumors.

The internet and its role in professional wrestling is brought up and whether it is a good or bad resource for fans. Mr. Bischoff tells the story of him goggling his name and finding his bio on wikipedia.com and it has the wrong birthday and wrong information about him and his life and in turn was a reason for him to write his book. ?The internet isn?t really beneficial to the business? said Mr. Bischoff and that for any good wrestling promotion to be unique and different it needs 5 core things, story, anticipation, surprise, reality, and action. With the internets control over wrestling fans it ruins any chance of any kind of storyline before its even given a chance in which Mr. Bischoff thinks is terrible.

The first of many call ins would happen and the caller asks Mr. Bischoff about the Nick Patrick incident at Starrcade ?97 in which he made a ?fast count? during the main event of Hulk Hogan vs. Sting. Bischoff said that he was very worried about the situation when it happened and that the creative team went into ?damage control mode? to try and fix it.

The differences and similarities about the n.W.o and DX where brought up, and at what point in DX?s existence did he see them as a rip-off of the n.W.o. ?Immediately? was Mr. Bischoff's response and he goes into discuss that before Monday Nitro was around, the WWF was geared more towards child and that it wasn?t till the New World Order came around did you see guys like DX, Steve Austin and the whole ?Attitude Era? in the WWF and that D-Generation X was a blatant rip-off of the n.W.o

Eric Bischoff was asked if a new feud between the n.W.o and DX would work nowadays and if he thought there was an legitimacy to the rumors. He said if Kevin Nash was available, Scott Hall was coherent and Hulk Hogan was involved it could work, but with the rebirth of DX this year its obvious its not the same DX and since they are older it doesn?t feel the same as it did originally. The thought of bringing back an older more water downed n.W.o would probably end up a bad decision.

When asked about the reason why there are no more good, good guys and bad guys left in wrestling and if the n.W.o is to blame for that Mr, Bischoff said ?No? and that the n.W.o where really well liked by the fans but when need be the n.W.o could also be incredibly good heels and get good heat from the fans. He also goes into to say that nowadays guys don?t want to be heels because there isn?t strong merchandise sales when you?re a heel and that not everyone wants to be an old fashioned heel because they all want to be well liked and seem strong to the fans and not seem like a coward.

TNA is quickly brought up by Eric Bischoff and he says that if TNA wants to truly contend with WWE they cant try to be better then WWE but they have to be different from WWE. Mr. Bischoff goes on to explain that that is how WCW became so successful, that WWF (at the time) were the leaders in family entertainment and were targeted more to kids, that is why WCW went for the harder 18-34 year old male demographic and that is what originally made WCW different from WWF.

Two names are thrown out to Eric Bischoff my a caller, Tony Schiavone and Ed Ferrara. Eric says that although Tony gets a bad rap now, he was one of the hardest working men he ever worked with and that he had a tendency to let people walk over him but he was overall a very loyal, hardworking and talented person in this business. Although Eric didn?t work with Ferrara very long he says he had respect for him as a writer. A few words about Vince Russo were brought up be Eric and that he said he has zero respect for him and thinks he is a fraud creatively and professionally for the business. Eric thinks that Ed Ferrara gets a bad rap because he came along with Russo to WCW, but he considers him a good and knowledgeable when it came to writing.

Russo re-signing with TNA is brought up to Eric but he says that since he doesn?t really know TNA or Russo?s current situation that he really cant comment on that, but with his personal experiences with Vince Russo he finds him a ?untalented, untrustworthy, unprofessional and a shallow person creatively?.

A question from the message board is brought up asking if he saw the ?Monday Night Wars? DVD. Mr. Bischoff said he did and was surprised how good and how honest WWE let it be, but said that there was still a lot of big stuff WWE left out for the obvious reasons. He also goes on to say that WCW will never get the credit it truly deserves for innovating the business the way it did because of agendas that internet dirt sheets have painted WCW throughout the years.

Barbie Richards asks if Eric thinks that because of the way Paul Heyman and ECW use to cater to the internet fans if that was one of the factors to the internet savvy people to consider Eric Bischoff a bad guy. Eric thinks that a lot of people were able to get them selves over by putting the character of Eric Bischoff down and creating him as some sort of devilish character IE. Paul Heyman, Jim Ross, Steve Austin and even Brian Pillman

Jack asks about his meeting with Paul Heyman years ago to discuss the possibilities of an inter-promotional on-air feud between the two companies and what exactly did they want to do if that was a possibility. Eric said that talking to Paul Heyman and doing business with Paul Heyman are two completely different things. He went on to say that he would have loved to have done a storyline with ECW and Nitro but knew that would never happen because of the sole reason that Paul Heyman and ECW were on Vince McMahon and WWF?s payroll at the time, so an on-air feud between WCW and ECW would have never happened anyways.

The AWA is brought up by one of the callers and asks about his experiences first going there. Eric says that the AWA was his first shot in the wrestling business and when he went there says that it was in critical condition and was almost at the point of going under. He goes onto say that the eventual death of the AWA was caused when Vince McMahon decided to take his product national and take a lot of the other promotions top talent and the reason that the AWA and Verne Gagne lasted a little longer then other promotions was because Verne had extra money he could throw into his product but he couldn?t keep the AWA afloat long enough so it eventually sank like all the other territorial promotions did.

The infamous ?Hug? between Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff on Eric?s debut on Monday Night RAW is the next topic of discussion. Mr. Bischoff said that even though he is very great full to WWE and Vince for having the chance to go back and have his face on TV again, but he goes onto say that if he had a choice back then, he would?ve done it differently and capitalized on the history built up for years between Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff.

WWE?s brand split is brought up and what his opinions on it were. Eric says he doesn?t really have an opinion on it, but then talks about that being a reason why people put a lot of flak on the n.W.o because he kept adding people to it, but in reality he eventually wanted to turn n.W.o into its own separate brand much like RAW and Smackdown are today but he does go onto say that the brand split was probably a form of artificial competition within the WWE and a problem with that is, the fans are smart enough to know that RAW and Smackdown aren?t two separate companies and that it isn?t believable, much like how nobody believed that Shane McMahon owned WCW throughout the ?inVasion? angle.

Jack asks what it was like have trashed and garbage thrown in the ring during the whole inception of the n.W.o and if he ever thought it would be that big of a deal. Eric says that it was unbelievable, exciting and that he has never seen or been apart of anything like that before or after in his professional lifetime but he would be lying if he said he anticipated the n.Wo. Where going make that big of an impact on the business.

Eric then brings up, that unless you are apart of the wrestling business or follow the wrestling business in some form or fashion you wont ever get it because pro wrestling is so complex its incredibly difficult for a non wrestling fan to understand the significance of being booed if you?re a heel and how that is actually a good thing. Most people have the perception that professional wrestling is a very easy and crude type of entertainment but Eric Bischoff goes about it as a very psychological form of entertainment and is very difficult to understand and comprehend.

A caller asks about his opinions on Ric Flair and the comments Ric said about Eric in his book. Eric said that he likes Ric on a personal level but regrets not giving him the respect he deserved back when he was running WCW and he continued to say that the lack of respect was because Eric wasn?t to familiar with Ric Flair and his work, so he believes he should?ve given Ric the respect he always deserved.

A quick caller calls in and asks about his opinions on Vince McMahon?s DVD and the quote from that ?Vince only hired Eric Bischoff, to say he hired Eric Bischoff?. Eric says he doesn?t know if its true but he doesn?t think it is. Him and Vince are friendly to each other, but aren?t close friends and Eric goes onto say that he has a lot of respect for Vince McMahon .

Jack asks one final question before Eric leaves and that is whether he has read ?The Death of WCW? by R.D. Reynolds & Brian Alvarez. Eric says he hasn?t read it but he has read exerts from the book and that there was an exert that Eric would classify as near slander and he called the book ?Nothing but garbage and trash and not worth 5 minutes of my time?

In Eric?s closing moments on the show he wants to tell his fans that when you read his book, to read it with an open mind because a lot of what is in the book will be different then what the Meltzers and Kellers have written about him in the past.

?.And that concludes the interview with Eric Bischoff one of, if not the most influential and controversial personalities in wrestling history. Don?t forget to buy his new book ?Controversy Creates Ca$h? available in all major book retailing outlets. If you want more information on Eric Bischoff currently you can go to his website, www.ericbischoff.com .

Don?t forget to go to www.inyourheadonline.com and check out past interview in the archive section and sign up for the message board and ask all future IYH guests your personal questions or if you want you can always call into the show and ask the superstars yourself.

I deeply encourage every body to go and listen to the archive of the Eric Bischoff interview because this is definitely a cant miss interview that you have to listen for yourself.

---?IYH Rookie of the Year Candidate? Rios Granillo?.Vote Rios

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Interview Recap - Kaos vs Vampiro

Posted in Interview Recaps by Jack at 17:54, May 23 2008

by Neal Jones

Vampiro vs. Kaos IYH Interview Recap
by Neal Jones

Vampiro was the scheduled guest, and Kaos was the surprise guest on In Your Head Wrestling Online Radio hosted by Jack, OneInchBiceps and Barbie Richards. Listen live every Wednesday 8:00-10:00 PM EST at http://www.inyourheadonline.com and check out our full FREE archive section with over 3 years of archived interviews.


Vampiro was scheduled to come on IYH at 8 PM EST. He could not be reached, when his opponent at XPW Cold Day In Hell, ?the Triple Threat Superstar? Kaos called in.

XPW Cold Day In Hell
Saturday Night, May 24 2008
Aviation Park
Redondo Beach, CA

http://www.thexpw.com


Kaos said Vampiro is always like this, he leaves everyone hanging. Kaos goes on to say Vampiro never lives up to promises, and tells a story about how Vampiro left him at the airport. Kaos hopes Vampiro shows up for their match at Cold Day in Hell.

Jack asks if Kaos has come across veterans with big heads. Kaos says he is a guy who brags about beating Hulk Hogan and Sting and doesn?t have time for the young guys.

Kaos talks about missing XPW, and ever since it?s demise in 2003 he has searched for a home. No locker room has compared to it, and everyone is really excited and wanting to prove themselves.

Jack asks if XPW guys were blackballed after XPW?s demise. Kaos says absolutely he and Webb, Pogo, Supreme etc were blackballed after the Heat Wave ECW PPV incident.

Kaos talks about admiring Vampiro and all he has done in wrestling. Going from a young Canadian kid who ate out of dumpsters and making a huge name for himself in Mexico. He thinks maybe Vamp sees Kaos as someone young and hungry to take his spot.

Kaos talks about the return of the Gangstas after about 10 years. New Jack and Mustafa didn?t get along well, and now they are back for one show.

Caller Jason asks what Kaos? favorite match was. Kaos talks about facing off with Dynamite D. Kaos talks about Supreme and their wrestling school. Kaos talks about the infamous match where Supreme was burned badly, they had a falling out but recently got back together. Jack mentions how Kaos still got the pinfall after Supreme was laid out and burned, Kaos said he was a little lost when he saw him charred but Supreme wanted a finish for the match.

Jack brings up Dynamite D ?Mr. 80?s?, who passed away a few years ago, and the tribute Battle Royal that will take place at XPW Cold Day In Hell. Kaos tells some stories of the different impersonations Dynamite D did.

Kaos talks about getting himself into the greatest shape of his life for his match with Vampiro. Jack asks if he thinks Vampiro is taking this match seriously. Kaos thinks Vampiro just sees him as a young chump, and he has has wrestled big names and might not be training hard for the comeback match.

Jack says the IYH Crew will be rooting Kaos on in the match with Vampiro because he now showed IYH tonight.

Caller Jason brings up Chris Hamrick as one of the most underrated wrestlers and his matches with Kaos being great. Kaos says Chris knows how to pop a crowd, work hold for hold, comedy he can do it all. Kaos talks about learning a lot just working with guys like Hamrick and Shane Douglas.

Kaos talks about ?The Dead Sleep Easy? movie with Vampiro, where he also no showed the premier of. Kaos talks about being in the movie with Aguilera and Luke Hawks. Kaos said Vamp was in and out of the set like a big star with a big head. Kaos says Vamp didn?t have respect for the smaller characters on the set.

Kaos puts over the Fan Fest at XPW Cold Day in Hell before the event.

XPW Cold Day In Hell
Saturday Night, May 24 2008
Aviation Park
Redondo Beach, CA

http://www.thexpw.com

Kaos says Vampiro hasn?t wrestled for 3 years.

Kaos talks about working with Rob Black, and never having a problem with him. He credits Rob for his start in the business and exposure for a lot of guys.

Jack asks if the show does well, could XPW come back. Kaos says they want to focus on this one show being off the charts. If the show does well and the upcoming DVD?s sell well he could see it. Kaos says everyone had their hopes up for WSX, so he knows not to get too excited about anything.

Kaos hoped WSX was going to be everyone?s big break. He doesn?t believe MTV ever got behind the product. He thought it was a great experience and so different than anything else he ever did. Kaos liked the Fight Club look of the show.

Jack asks if the season being taped at once was frustrating because they couldn?t change the show the next week based off feedback. Kaos says that?s true plus it was a hectic schedule.

Caller El Santo asks if Kaos ever wrestled in AAA or CMLL. Kaos says he frequents NGS with Supreme, it is a supreme ECW based promotion. Kaos says as Konnan says Mexico is 10 years behind American wrestling and hardcore is taking off there.

Kaos doesn?t see Vampiro wrestling much longer. Kaos talks about Vampiro being in the Guardian Angels now, and he was in the group 20 years ago in California. Kaos sees Vamp doing it as a way to hide behind a group, just like he hides behind his make-up.

Caller Kronus asks about working with John Kronus. Kaos says he was one of the best guys in the locker room, he didn?t have a big head coming from ECW. Kaos talks about how tremendous Kronus was in the ring for a big guy, and the Eliminators finisher The Total Elimination being one of the best double team maneuvers ever.

Kaos compares Vampiro to Sean ?no show? Waltman.

Kaos talks about the WSX team with ?Jesus? Aguilera. He spent some time with him working on double team moves before WSX. Kaos personally wanted to be a singles but he felt the team worked well. Kaos says there was a lot of talk for the 2nd season of WSX, they had actually written 4 seasons and eventually the team was going to split and feud. Jack says Aguilera is an underrated promo guys, Kaos said that?s why Vince hired him because he was a good talker and the injuries were bad timings for him. Jack puts over Jesus?s suspenders. Kaos mentions Jesus pushed for him to wear suspenders in the tag team.

Kaos talks about the Miss Xtreme contest at the XPW Cold Day in Hell.

Caller Flea asks if XPW ever stopped any ideas the guys had. Kaos said no but maybe they should have liked the 30? scaffold or explosions. Kaos talks about XPW TV, and how crazy it was with all the vignettes. New fans are now discovering XPW on the DVD?s from www.bigvisionentertainment.com

Kaos talks about how XPW really innovated the DVDS and t-shirts on the Indy Wrestling scene. Now everyone has them, but XPW was the first one to do it. They even had DVD?s before WWE. Kaos credits Rob Black for the XPW DVD?s.

Kaos credits GQ Money for really helping him develop his promos. Jack asks about his falling out with GQ, Kaos says they can still work together but they are no longer friends and at one time they were really close. Kaos says he was against the Enterprise group at first, he thought he?d be lost in the shuffle. It was the total opposite and really catapulted his character.

Kaos talks about a lot of the footage being guerilla footage filmed at 3 on the morning in people?s garages and even a church. At times they would stop traffic and just film their stuff. Kaos talks about basing a lot of the scenes off of movies like Pulp Fiction, Clockwork Orange, Reservoir Dogs etc.

Jack asks who?s idea was it for Kaos to wrestle with the TV title on. Kaos says it was Rob Black?s idea. He couldn?t do his 450 splash, but he did bang up some of the guys like Hamrick and Danny Doring while wearing it.

Kaos talks about getting to see all these guys again either one more time, and hopes this is done right not like the Vince McMahon?s ECW. He believes there is still an audience for hardcore wrestling.

Jack asks if there is a spot for another TV product. Kaos thinks there is, he says a lot of good indys are out there, but there can be one at the next level. Kaos puts over the David Marquez NWA shows.

Kaos says Steve Austin motto DTA Don?t Trust Anyone is something you need to live by in the wrestling business. A lot of Indy guys need to stand up for themselves and not let promoters make false promises, and want you to kill yourself for them.

Kaos talks about how WWE looks for a certain look and style. It?s hard for a guy who can?t do a 3 minute match to get over or get called up.

Kaos tells all the fans to come to XPW Cold Day in Hell. It could be your last chance to see hardcore wrestling, plus dream matches like Supreme vs. Necro Butcher, Kaos vs. Vampiro, the return of the Gangstas and Terry Funk special ref for Sabu and Homeless Jimmy vs. Raven & Johnny Webb.

XPW Cold Day In Hell
Saturday Night, May 24 2008
Aviation Park
Redondo Beach, CA

http://www.thexpw.com

Kaos says he thinks Vampiro has a big chip on his shoulder and doesn?t respect him or the show www.inyourheadonline.com Kaos says he pisses on everything Vampiro stands for. Kaos says he wants to use Vampiro as a stepping stone in his career.

Vampiro calls in 80 minutes late and confronts Kaos live on the show. Kaos tells him he is very disrespectful to himself, XPW and IYH.

Vampiro says he personally told people that Kaos had it, he put him in the movie and now he hears Kaos talking this stuff about him.

Kaos and Vampiro get into a verbal war over respect.

Vampiro says he specifically came back to wrestling to help XPW, and Kaos is ungrateful and doesn?t have the ability to draw people or get out of LA. Vampiro says Kaos blames his failures on other people. Vampiro says Kaos should go back to washing dishes and getting coffee for Kevin Kleinrock.

Kaos says Vampiro needs to put the nail in the coffin of his career. Vampiro says he has dealt with so many idiots like Kaos over his career. Vampiro doesn?t need to call people for work, people call him. Kaos says Vampiro is all about excuses and demanding things like a superstar. Vampiro says they go back a long way, he?s never cared about fame only the fans. Vampiro says Kaos will never hang with him.

Kaos and Vampiro talk about wanting to meet in a parking lot to fight, but they want to give the fans something special to see at XPW Cold Day in Hell.

XPW Cold Day In Hell
Saturday Night, May 24 2008
Aviation Park
Redondo Beach, CA

http://www.thexpw.com

Vampiro talks about coming to the show to help out the young guys, and then he gets disrespected.

Jack asks if he sees himself in Kaos. Vampiro says no, he always showed respect to the veterans, he was brought up in the old school. Vampiro talks about Kaos sending bogus emails and messing up his plane tickets. Vampiro tried to help out Kaos in XPW, WSX and in Mexico. Vampiro says it is really hard to get people in wrestling to be your friend. He took Kaos under his wing, now he talks bad about him and blames Vampiro for not making it.

Vampiro talks about being in the federal police force in Mexico, and the Guardian Angels.

Vampiro talks about charisma being the biggest thing in not just wrestling but any form of entertainment. If you can?t connect with the fans you will never make it. Vampiro says Kaos just doesn?t connect with the fans and doesn?t have it.

Vampiro talks about fans asking him why he doesn?t wrestle anymore. He wants to come back as a Guardian Angel, to help use his popularity as a wrestler to help the Guardian Angels group.

Vampiro talks about all his injuries over 25 years. When he took off, he started feeling his injuries aching.

Caller Duane asks about Vince Russo. Vampiro says he never got along with Russo. He was so frustrated in WCW. He was at the height of his career and because of jealousy and ego he never got a shot. Vampiro felt like he was his most motivated, but Russo kept wanting to do stupid things with him.

Vampiro says Sting was an egomaniac and very jealous of him. He learned a lot working with him though and it was an honor.

Vampiro also talks a lot about working in Mexico, and Konnan. His time in WSX, and MTV not giving it a chance. The Guardian Angels in Mexico. His brief stay in TNA, where Shane Douglas puked all over the ring. His feud with Raven he wished was bigger, him almost going to ECW. Working with Rob Black and his memories of XPW.

Vampiro talks about the Warrior?s return in Spain for NWE. He will not be on the show, and thinks Warrior will be brutal and does not want to work with him.

Caller Jason asks about The Great Muta. Vampiro says it was one of his idols and huge for him to get a chance to meet and work with him. Vampiro puts over Muta?s moonsault and how people today do 100?s of big moves that don?t mean anything because they are never a finish.

Vampiro tells everyone to come and see him and all of the guys at XPW Cold Day in Hell, and he will be part of the Fan Fest as well.

XPW Cold Day In Hell
Saturday Night, May 24 2008
Aviation Park
Redondo Beach, CA

http://www.thexpw.com

To hear this nearly 3 hour show which includes a Kaos interview, Vampiro interview and a heated argument between the 2 in it?s entirety please visit http://www.inyourheadonline.com and live every Wednesday at 8 PM EST including this week with WWE Tough Enough Finalist Brian Danovich !!!

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