Eric Bischoff Says There's Nothing Wrong With Jon Moxley's WWE Complaints

This week on the post show for his 83 Weeks podcast, After 83 Weeks with Christy Olson, Eric Bischoff offers his thoughts on the latest hot topics in pro wrestling, from employment practices to dealing with frustrated performers. While addressing Jon Moxley’s recent comments regarding WWE creative, the former WCW president also exposes the reason behind Chris Jericho’s departure to WWE. Excerpts are below…

Eric says Moxley’s unhappiness with the creative direction he was given is common:

Mauro Ranallo To Provide Commentary For Rich Swann vs. Kenny Omega At IMPACT Rebellion

Guess what? That’s the entertainment business. Anybody that’s ever directed or produced a television series, a sitcom, a movie, or wrestling show, or probably a high school play, at one level or another has faced that issue. Now obviously the higher profile [a performer] becomes, the more money is involved, the more visibility you have, the more success you have, the more sensitive one becomes to that particular issue. It’s the nature of the business.

Comparing Moxley’s complaints to Chris Jericho in WCW:

Chris Jericho when he was in WCW was very frustrated...Chris really saw himself as a much bigger character, a much more significant character, a much more versatile character and he thought he was being provided credit for, he voiced that often, which is why he ended up going to the WWE, which is why Moxley is now in AEW. It’s not unnatural. I think people should expect it. There’s nothing wrong with it. When you’re that into your character and when you’re that passionate about the business, you were going to feel like you were out growing whatever situation you’re in, particularly in WWE. There’s a lot of talent there.

For more with Eric, including his picks for a women’s wrestling Mt. Rushmore, watch the latest After 83 Weeks with Christy Olson here: or listen on Apple Podcasts:

Get exclusive combat sports content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.
From The Web