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Eric Bischoff
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    (May 27, 1957- )
    Former WCW owner/WWE general manager
    He takes part in a fake sport.
    For several years he was the most hated man in professional wrestling (in real life).
    His nickname is 'Easy E.'
    He dyes his hair black.
    His last name is hard to spell.
    He was notorious for buying out the WWF's top stars such as Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage.
    On the first Monday Nitro he served as the head 'declared war' on the WWF by giving telling the results of the WWF's pre-taped show and insulting the way their ratings were headed.
    He appeared in an episode of 'Arli$$.'
    Many people accused him of firing Sean Waltman (X-Pac) and Ric Flair because of his own personal problems with them.
    He once called Vince McMahon 'the Jerry Springer of professional wrestling.'
    He was accused of ripping off 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin after Bill Goldberg became WCW's main draw.
    When WCW's ratings began to be decimated by the WWF, he believed that having celebrities participate in wrestling matches would cause the WCW's ratings to climb. Jay Leno, Kevin Eubanks, Dennis Rodman, Karl Malone, The Misfits, David Arquette, and The Insane Clown Posse all made appearances.
    For some reason he let wrestler Kevin Nash create storylines while Bischoff went on vacation. Nash is said to have destroyed the company in a few short months. Bischoff was later demoted as WCW president.
    After years of chastising the WWF for their more 'adult' shows, he hired Vince Russo who was the writer that had turned the WWF into the most popular company.
    He now works for the WWE.
    He transformed WCW from a struggling company owned by Ted Turner to the most popular professional wrestling company in the US.
    He came up with the idea and concept for WCW 'Monday Night Nitro,' which was pro wrestling's first weekly live prime time show.
    His storylines involving Sting and the New World Order gave 'Monday Night Nitro' the number one spot in the ratings for 96 consecutive weeks in a row.
    WCW was the only company that hired masked Mexican wrestlers for several years.
    He still called professional wrestling: 'wrestling,' while the WWF had changed it to: 'Sports Entertainment.'
    He once challenged Vince McMahon to a boxing match.

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    In 2003, Out of 1517 Votes: 69.87% Annoying
    In 2002, Out of 1370 Votes: 79.05% Annoying
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