Eric Bischoff, the former WCW President, recently shared his thoughts on various topics during the latest episode of his podcast, “83 Weeks Podcast”. One of the topics he discussed was the decision to put MJF and Adam Cole’s ROH Tag Team Title win on the pre-show while also headlining the show. Bischoff also spoke about Sting lending equity to Darby Allin in AEW. Let’s dive into the highlights of his comments.
Regarding the booking of the ROH Tag Team Title match on the pre-show, Bischoff initially had reservations about the decision. However, he admitted that he didn’t think it added significant value to the main event but also didn’t believe it harmed it. Bischoff considered it a neutral move that didn’t have a positive or negative impact on the overall show. He concluded by stating, “no harm, no foul,” indicating that he didn’t hold it against the decision-makers.
Switching gears, Bischoff expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership between Sting and Darby Allin in AEW. He described it as a mutually beneficial relationship where both talents enhance each other’s abilities. Bischoff emphasized that Sting lending his support to Darby Allin and vice versa was a magical dynamic that elevated both individuals. He praised the chemistry between the two and highlighted the positive impact it had on their performances.
If you want to hear more from Eric Bischoff and his insights, you can check out the full episode of his podcast, 83 Weeks Podcast.
For the transcription of Bischoff’s comments, we credit Wrestling Headlines.
Overall, Bischoff’s analysis provides an interesting perspective on the decision-making process behind the placement of matches on a card and the impact of veteran wrestlers on younger talents. It’s always valuable to hear insights from someone with Bischoff’s experience in the wrestling industry.
What are your thoughts on Bischoff’s comments? Do you agree with his assessment of the ROH Tag Team Title match placement and the Sting-Darby Allin partnership? Let us know in the comments below!