WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair has accomplished a great deal in pro wrestling, for which he is revered. However, Flair is known to hold a grudge, and this was the case when it comes to his relationship with Eric Bischoff as well. It seems the reason for his beef with Bischoff has been revealed as well.

Ric Flair recently addressed the animosity between himself and Hulk Hogan. Flair made it clear that he has no animosity with Hogan, but then proceeded to blast Eric Bischoff for being an arrogant p*ssy.

While speaking to Wrestling Inc, Conrad Thompson revealed that neither he nor Bischoff understood what ticked off Flair. However, he then explained that Flair might have reacted negatively to something Bischoff had said about him during ESPN’s ’30 for 30′ documentary.

“When I asked Eric about it, he didn’t remember what he said in the documentary, but Ric said on the podcast that Eric said something on the documentary that when he saw it back, pissed him off. And that’s not the first time that’s happened.


When Ric saw ’30 for 30,’ the ESPN documentary from five years ago or whatever it was, he was pretty off about that, too, with what some folks had to say. And so a few people got some nasty text messages, because nobody wants to see or hear or read someone that they know, like, and care about say something that was maybe less than flattering.”

Bischoff and Flair had a very intense and heated rivalry during their time in WCW as well. Regardless, we will have to see whether Flair will eventually stop having beef with Bischoff.

What’s your take on what Eric Bischoff said? Sound off in the comments?

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