Road Dogg Says He'll Be ‘Sitting With’ IMPACT Crew During Emergence; Believes He Really Can Help AEW

Road Dogg is excited to be back in the saddle for IMPACT in Chicago, and genuinely thinks he could help make the All Elite Wrestling product better.

Recently, Brian “Road Dogg” James joked on Busted Open Radio that he has been "begging" Tony Khan for a job. Now, he is reflecting on his comment and how he felt to be back in a producer capacity during Ric Flair’s Last Match in Nashville during SummerSlam weekend.

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On the latest episode of his podcast, Oh You Didn't Know, Road Dogg said he loves producing and would be fine producing 10 hours a day of content if he could. Furthermore, he says he will be sitting in during the upcoming IMPACT Wrestling events in Chicago, including Emergence on August 12.

“Oh, man, I loved it. I look, I can't get enough of that. I can't, I could do 10 hours of content a day, calling it like that. I just love it, man, I love finding the shot you need to tell the story and getting that shot on television to the viewer,” said James. “That's so cool, and when you're in as close as you and I were Ryan, you know the feeling and the vibe that you want to be cast out from each segment. If you're that close, you can kind of you can control some of that. But we also constructed the matches to do that with us. So look, I thought it banged on all cylinders, man, I would love being sitting in that seat. I'm I got some future events. I'm looking forward to going to Chicago in a couple of weeks and just sitting in with the IMPACT crew as they do their pay-per-view and their television taping. Then the next week, I think in Chicago, the Top Guy Weekend for Ad-Free. So looking forward to some upcoming events and excited about doing it man excited about hopefully getting back in the saddle.”

Speaking about his comments on “begging” Tony for a job, James revealed that he truly believes he could make the AEW product better but he is also happy being able to pay his light bill with a podcast.

“Well, and look, truth be told, I'd love to work there because I do think I could make his television show better for the viewer. Having said that, I'm having a really good time right now doing the podcast, doing other people's podcasts, doing stuff like this, doing the conventions and the signings and stuff, man. It's so much fun, and I get to spend time with my family like I'm in a really good place. If I can pay the light bill, I'll be happy just sitting right here.”

Road Dogg, for many years, was part of the writing team of WWE SmackDown and part of the production staff of WWE NXT.

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