WWE just announced that Dennis Rodman will be the subject of a new WWE Network documentary later this month which leads many to believe that The Worm will be a celebrity inductee into the Hall of Fame.
"If it was me, and I was on the Hall of Fame committee, or I was the person making that decision, or whatever the process is, you would have to consider it, because Dennis is a pretty high-profile individual," said Bischoff.
He was then asked who should induct Rodman if he is indeed chosen and Bischoff refused to name anyone.
"I'm not going there. Honestly, and I don't mean this to sound negative at all, but I'm kind of fatigued by reading all of the Hall of Fame tweets that come through my Twitter feed," stated Bischoff. "So, I tend just to scroll past them and try not to look at them. The less I engage in that kind of dialogue, the less my Twitter feed blows up, so I'm going to skip [answering]."
Bischoff was the executive director of SmackDown Live for roughly four months before being replaced in October. He discussed one of his ideas regarding a returning Superstar that got cut short with his departure.
"I thought Sheamus was somebody that I was really, really excited to work with because I think there's far more potential there than we've seen," said Bischoff. "There's a fresh character there that, at least, I saw in my head. It may not have worked. But I saw it in my head and I was anxious to try to make it work."