The latest episode of 83 weeks podcast has been interesting for the wrestling fans. Eric Bischoff had a lot to say about his longtime friend Hulk Hogan. Ric Flair has also made a lot of comments on the health of WWE’s legend. The hall of Famer believes that Hulk is following a good routine by eating vitamins and saying his prayers. While dealing with all the health issues he has come out as a winner. Here are more details about the latest updates from Eric Bischoff’s interview:
Health updates on Hulk Hogan
Hulk Hogan is currently facing a lot of health issues. He has to overcome a lot of physical challenges to keep up his good health. According to reports he is taking care of his health by eating a lot of vitamins. Here is what Eric Bischoff has to say:
“He actually probably is because he’s overcoming a lot of physical challenges. “I was just with Hulk a week and a half or two weeks ago and he is training. Although the training is a little bit different than it used to be, he’s doing his physical therapy four or five days a week, a couple hours a day. Gets home and spends another hour or two in the gym and is eating as healthy as he can eat and I’m sure he’s praying his heart out to try to get a lot of the mobility back that 17 back surgeries and a couple hip replacements will take away from you.”
Eric Bischoff continues in his interview and also talked about the recent releases on WWE. There are a lot of wrestling stars who are released by WWE in last week. A total of 80 superstars have also been released for now.
Former WCW president talks about the nature of WWE
The former WCW president Eric, spoke on the current situation in WWE. He doesn’t want to make any quick assumption and will think about the current state wisely. Even though he has an idea, he didn’t talk about WWE with his friend Bruce Prichard. Here is what he has to say:
“I rarely talk to Bruce because I know how under water he is most of the time. He further states that: “I remember what its like being that under water and then having people just want to chat with me on a weekend or in the evening when I was overwhelmed with things I’ve been doing for the last 24 hours. I don’t reach out to Bruce much, I send him texts every now and then and we do occasionally chat. We certainly haven’t talked to Bruce about anything that goes on behind the walls of WWE, that’s just inappropriate as a friend. You never want to put a friend on the spot like that so I would never have that conversation.
“What I’m about to say is my gut, based on my short period of time being there a little over two years ago now and what we all see on television: it’s a mess. It is a creative, strategic, chaotic mess, from what I can see from the outside looking in. You have people in one or two Draft choices and poof, they’re gone. No explanation, no understanding’’.