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Jim Ross Comments On WWE Firing Eric Bischoff, Says Bruce Prichard’s Time Will Come Too

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 20, 2002) – WWE No Mercy 2002

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 20, 2002, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE No Mercy 2002’ LIVE on PPV from the Alltel Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas.

This pay-per-view featured the Superstars of both WWE brands, RAW & SmackDown!.

Here are the PPV results:

– World Tag Team Championship: Chris Jericho a& Christian (c) defeated Booker T & Goldust

– Torrie Wilson defeated Dawn Marie

– Rob Van Dam defeated Ric Flair

– WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Jamie Noble (c) defeated Tajiri

– Title Unification – World Heavyweight & WWE Intercontinental Championships: Triple H (World Heavyweight) defeated Kane (Intercontinental)

– Inaugural WWE Tag Team Championship: Chris Benoit & Kurt Angle defeated Edge & Rey Mysterio

– WWE Women’s Championship: Trish Stratus (c) defeated Victoria

– Hell in a Cell match for the WWE Championship: Brock Lesnar (c) defeated The Undertaker

• Jim Ross Comments On WWE Firing Eric Bischoff, Says Bruce Prichard’s Time Will Come Too

During a recent edition of Grillin’ JR podcast, WWE Hall of Famer & current AEW Commentator Jim Ross discussed WWE releasing Eric Bischoff and giving his SmackDown Executive Director position to Bruce Prichard.

Below is what JR said:

“This whole scenario is set up for a succession process. Do you think that Bruce is safe? You think Bruce got a job, like a Supreme Court Justice, for life? Are you kidding? He don’t think that. I guarantee you don’t think that he knows that his time will come. It’s like football coaches. They get hired to be fired.”

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