Eric Bischoff
Eric Bischoff. Image Credits: Twitter

Professional wrestling legend and WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff who is the former Boss of WCW recently said that WWE does not need him anymore with Triple H is in charge of the promotion right now. He also said that he would love to see AEW would two better on episodic television.

Triple H recently took the charge of WWE as the new Head of Creative of the promotion. Vince McMahon who is the owner of WWE, had been the overall in charge of the promotion for a very long time and he was the biggest reason behind the ultimate success of WWE. But it is also true that the promotion was losing its charm during the closing days of Vince McMahon.

Eric Bischoff
Eric Bischoff. Image Credits: Twitter

Eric Bischoff Thinks WWE Does Not Need Him Anymore

Triple H was in the creative control of the NXT for quite a long time and he has produced some excellent shows and matches during his time. Everyone was hopeful about him taking the charge of WWE. And he has delivered as soon as he took the charge of the promotion. Once again WWE is entertaining, it is gaining more ratings and viewership too.

Since Hunter took the charge of the promotion, WWE is now concerned of producing better and longer matches, even on the weekly shows. On every show, there is at least one pay per view match. Once again it is fun to wait for the next episodes of Smackdown and RAW. We hope this amazing process continuous and it never ends.

Eric Bischoff
Eric Bischoff. Image Credits: Twitter

Eric Bischoff who is the former Boss of WCW recently spoke to Shakiel Mahjouri where he said that WWE does not need him anymore with Triple H is in charge of the promotion right now. He also said that he would love to see AEW would two better on episodic television. He said;

“No, because there’s no need for me. What I have to contribute at this point is — we’re beginning to see on television. Maybe this is just me being so hyper-optimistic because the last 10 years of wrestling has bored the F outta me. I want to be excited about it. I want to be interested, I talked about it. I’ve been in the business for 35 years. Damn, I want to be excited about the business. But it’s just bored me to death for such a long time.

“I had a little bit of hope with AEW. I had some hope there. I thought, ‘Oh, man,’ I mean, up until probably six months ago, or eight months ago, I kind of threw in the towel, because I started seeing the same pattern of whatever over and over again. I’d go, ‘Okay, something different, something different.’

Eric Bischoff
Eric Bischoff. Image Credits: Twitter

“But there’s been nothing different out of WWE either. I’ve been pretty critical of WWE as well. I make more headlines when I’m critical of AEW, but I’m actually just as critical of WWE. But now I’m seeing that, and maybe just because I’m getting a little bit of an indication that something really good is coming, I’m overly excited.

Eric Bischoff Continued, “But if I’m right, then what the hell would I have to contribute? But they don’t need me. That discipline and that story structure and a commitment to the format and episodic television is the one thing that separated me from everybody else that was doing it for a long time. But if they’re figuring that out in WWE hell, they don’t need to spend the plane ticket on me.”

H/T and transcribed by Fightful