Former WCW President Eric Bischoff recently shared his thoughts on various topics during an episode of his popular podcast, 83 Weeks. Among the subjects discussed were All Elite Wrestling (AEW) bringing in former NBA star Dennis Rodman for recent appearances and the significance of AEW’s inaugural event, All In.
When asked whether All In could be remembered as a major show like WrestleMania 3, Bischoff responded with cautious optimism. He acknowledged that the potential for All In to achieve such status exists, but emphasized the challenge of maintaining momentum. Bischoff stated, “Creating momentum is the easy part, but maintaining it and building upon it is an entirely different thing.” He expressed his hope for AEW to succeed in this regard.
Regarding AEW’s decision to involve Dennis Rodman, Bischoff expressed his admiration for the former basketball player. He praised Rodman’s intelligence and predicted that he would deliver when the spotlight was on. While Bischoff did not witness Rodman’s appearances firsthand, he expressed his happiness for Rodman and his belief that Rodman could contribute positively to AEW.
It is important to credit Wrestling Headlines for providing the transcription of Bischoff’s comments. If you wish to use any quotes from this article, please credit 83 Weeks and acknowledge Wrestling Headlines as the source.
For more information, you can read the full article on Wrestling Headlines: Eric Bischoff Talks AEW Bringing In Dennis Rodman, Importance Of All In
Stay tuned to Pro Wrestling Wars for all the latest news and updates from the world of professional wrestling!