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This week’s show kicks off with Bischoff welcoming a surprise special guest, Mickey Gall, who chats candidly about his big UFC 203 win against CM Punk.
Gall also addresses the fact Punk’s $500,000 payday vastly outweiged Gall’s $30,000 payday and whether he would ever step foot in a wrestling ring.
Bischoff then briefly presents his “The Business of Professional Wrestling” segment featuring his thoughts on AJ Styles big WWE World Title win and Randy Orton being pulled from his match with Bray Wyatt at Backlash.
Finally, the show airs the third part of its three part interview with Hulk Hogan featuring what Hogan misses about wrestling and his disappointment at never facing Ric Flair at WrestleMania.
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WWE Superstar John Cena recently participated in a Q&A session with fans at the Salt Lake Comic Con. Among other things, Cena called the much-maligned Roman Reigns “a pivotal piece” of WWE’s future and he talked about Cesaro’s struggles to get over despite his tremendous in-ring skills and athletic ability.
During the panel, Cena admitted that he would love to face Roman Reigns again because he believes Reigns is a pivotal piece of the future of WWE.
“Would I ever [face] Roman Reigns? I would love to and what I’m about to say next is probably going to get a little bit of [a] mixed reaction. I would love to because I believe that Roman Reigns is a pivotal piece of the future of the WWE. Would I ever [face] him again? Heck yes, because if I get to [face] him again, that means I did really [well] the first time.”
According to Cena, the hardest part of WWE is getting over. The former proponent of ruthless aggression went on to name Cesaro as a fantastic athletic who is still struggling to connect with the audience.
“I think the hardest part for anyone is to connect with you people, to get you people to develop an opinion on the action in the ring. I think there [are] some really gifted performers right now. One of them, I’ll name. Cesaro, who is a fantastic athlete, but is still struggling to connect with the audience. And once a fantastic athlete can connect with the audience, then, it becomes really, really fun. But the toughest part is making you believe in me and that’s what I try to do the best I can every single day.”
Transcription courtesy of WrestlingInc.com