Eric Bischoff has had quite the career in the professional wrestling business as he took WCW to new heights during the Monday Night Wars and the promotion beat WWE in the ratings for 83 weeks straight.

Bischoff has worked with some of the biggest names in the history of the business, and he recently explained to Ariel Helwani that he doesn’t have many regrets when he looks back at his career. However, he did note that he wishes he had asked Dusty Rhodes more questions when they were working together.

“Until last Sunday night, I would have said absolutely not. Because I’ve had an amazing career, the people I’ve got to work with, the travel, the things I was able to see, bringing my family over to Japan, having the Japanese that I was doing business with. We spent 10 days there on their dime and they took us all over Japan. I had some amazing experiences that you would never have as just an American tourist in Japan. I could never look back and say I regretted anything.

But I think now, I wished while I was working with Dusty, because Dusty Rhodes was kind of a mentor to me. I don’t want to say mentor that’s overstating it but, he really did take me under his wing. He really did make it easy for me to feel really comfortable when I first got to WCW. I rode to the towns with Dusty, I went hunting with Dusty and we did a lot of things away from the business. But I never really got enough time with him to really appreciate just how talented he was. I wished I would have. I wished I would have asked more questions. I wished I would have dug a little deeper beyond the surface with Dusty because he was just a wealth of experience and knowledge and vision. That’s the one thing. He had that vision. It wasn’t just a word that he threw around, he really had it. Same with Roddy Piper. I regret the people that we’ve lost and I had access to. I regret not taking the time to get to know them better. That’s the only thing I regret.”