Former WCW and WWE star Eric Bischoff has said he doesn't feel like he deserves a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame.
Bischoff, 63, was one of the most iconic authority figures of WCW before the company's collapse and acted as RAW General Manager from 2002-2005.
Speaking to WrestleZone, Bischoff said how he is often asked about being inducted around WrestleMania season.
He said: "I’m not sure I want to be, and it’s because I respect the people in the Hall Of Fame."
Explaining himself, the former WCW star said how many Hall of Famers have made countless sacrifices to make it in the industry, something he feels he has never had to do.
"I just don’t feel like I’m a peer of those people if that makes sense. I would rather sit down in the front row at the Hall Of Fame ceremony and cheer people on than be on that stage," he told Kevin Kellam.
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