This week’s episode of Bischoff on Wrestling starts with the eponymous host talking about WWE Hall of Famer Donald Trump being inaugurated the President of the United States of America.
Bischoff also takes a moment to discuss a couple of the other top news stories of the week in his “Business of Pro Wrestling” segment.
There he talks about WWE recently pulling their signed UK talent from FloSlam steaming events, Kenny Omega and The Bullet Club not being advertised for the next NJPW tour and who he thinks should win the Royal Rumble.
Bischoff then welcomes his guest for the week former WWE & WCW Superstar Sean “X-Pac” Waltman.
This is part two of their interview, where Waltman speaks candidly about how the idea of DX invading WCW on their own turf came about, what would have happened had DX actually gotten in to the building and much more.
The team then closes the show with the latest Digging In The Dirt segment looking at pro wrestling dirt sheet headlines from early September 1996 as well as answering some fan questions from the #BischoffOnWrestling mailbag.
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The WWE Royal Rumble match is near and therefore, wouldn’t it be nice to watch some spectacular finishing moves delivered by our very own WWE Superstars?
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As noted, Triple H conducted an NXT Takeover San Antonio media call on Friday, and during the call Triple H addressed the current state of NXT and the impact the WWE brand split had on NXT and its roster.
On the current state of NXT, Triple H offered the following comment: “I’m not happy with where it is right now by far. I want it to be much better than it is, but it’s a rebuilding process. All these things going on, they all make changes in the ecosystem. Where everything lands at the end of the day is a moving target.”
Triple H went on to identify what makes NXT unique is that it just exists as a WWE Network property, and he hopes some changes will be made in the near future, to help expand and make the NXT TV show better.
Triple H added the following:“I think NXT has the potential to be a lot of things. Where it sits is not 100% my decision. I know those conversations have happened.”
You can listen to complete audio from today’s call with Triple H in the player below: