The clutch pedal is solid and I bled the clutch, but wouldnt it be hard for all the gears 2 go in?Grabbing and not engaging are two different things. The clutch grabs when the pressure plate is let off and the strong springs in the pressure plate apply pressure to the friction plate. The slave cylinder pushes on the forks of the pressure plate releasing pressure from the friction plate.
Engaged clutch, engaged slave clyinder= disengaged transmission
If you have some air in the slave cylinder- which you would only have if you replaced it, or released fluid for some reason- would be like spongy brakes. The action would not be the same at the slave cylinder, it would be slow to push in the pressure plate.
Bleeding doesn't cost money, but if you don't have any reason to bleed, then you must have a bad synchronizer.