Eric Bischoff ‘Very Optimistic’ About Triple H Leading WWE Creative

Eric Bischoff ‘Very Optimistic’ About Triple H Leading WWE Creative WWE

WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff has been rather critical of the modern wrestling product, mostly AEW, but he had plenty of issues with WWE’s product as well.

However, with Vince McMahon’s retirement, there is reportedly a lot of optimism backstage at WWE shows with Triple H now heading creative duties in the company.

Bischoff was the guest on the Out of Character podcast , where he spoke about the regime change in WWE, noting that he is ‘very, very optimistic’ about the change.

He said:

“Here’s what I’m excited about. I’m very, very optimistic. Now I’m not tight with Triple H. We get along. We can be together in a room, and it can be very, very pleasant and borderline fun. But we don’t hang. He doesn’t drink anyway, but if he did, we didn’t go out for drinks, none of that. We don’t chat, so I don’t know him personally. But I did get a chance to, for a very brief period of time, four months back in 2019, get a chance to work with him. Here’s what I think. I think Stephanie has been the head of creative under Vince. I think Triple H has been the head of creative under Vince. I think both of them know that as phenomenal of a process as Vince McMahon’s process was, and what it achieved over the last couple of decades, the fact that it’s a five billion dollar market-capped company with a global footprint speaks to Vince McMahon and his process. If I’m right, there is a whole lot of talented people that I did get to work with a lot, for a short period of time, that I have nothing but admiration, not just respect, that comes along with the admiration. So at the same time, you’ve got a new creative regime, although it came up under the mentorship of Vince McMahon, that’s a great thing, by the way. But they also see that things have to change,”

Bischoff also spoke about the rumoured change to TV-14 that is coming soon, saying:

“Oh and by the way, if this TV-14 think is true, that means we get a whole bunch of different colors that we can put on our palette to paint our pictures with. We’re no longer restricted to just these few little colors here because these are safe colors and advertisers love these colors, and this is where we make our money. But if we’re gonna move into a different rating because the networks are comfortable with the fact that they can increase revenues by going a little older and skewing a little older, that gives writers and producers more colors to paint pictures with,”

transcription via Fightful

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