Eric Bischoff rose to fame in the 1990s for his work at World Championship Wrestling, which for a period of time surpassed the then World Wrestling Federation (now World Wrestling Entertainment) as the largest wrestling company in the world. However, that bubble burst and WCW crashed through the floor under his watch. Since then, Bischoff has been trying to get different television projects off the ground, with (and I am being generous here) a mixed amount of success.
One of his series that has done okay for itself is 'The Devils Ride,' which is billed as a real life version of 'Sons of Anarchy'. The program is scheduled to return Monday, February 18 at 10 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.
The program focuses on the San Diego biker scene, as rival gangs battle one another. The Laffing Devils, one of the biggest growing motorcycle clubs in the city, has split into two separate clubs but still battles with its archrivals in Sinister Mob.
The reason for the split of the Laffing Devils is a tussle between Danny Boy and Sandman, with Billy the Kid missing in action and the recently released from prison White Boi causing chaos amongst the club.
Bischoff's company, Bischoff Hervey Entertainment, produces the program, with Bischoff, former 'Wonder Year's' star Jason Hervey and Steve Stockman serving as executive producers.