Bischoff On Wrestling – Ep 34 feat. Shawn Michaels: HBK To WCW Rumors Addressed, Latest WM33 Buzz, More

This week’s episode of Bischoff on Wrestling starts with Eric giving his take on a couple of stories from around the business of pro wrestling from this past week including:

  • Christopher Daniels winning the ROH Championship
  • Impact Wrestling sending cable providers legal letters threatening to sue if they air the Broken Hardys on ROH’s PPV
  • WWE’s very public release of Jack Swagger
  • The Big Show being entered in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal and having his match with Shaq seemingly called off
  • Kane taking time away from WWE to prepare for a Knox County mayoral run in 2018
  • Hulk opening a new Hogan Beach Shop WM33 weekend and whether Eric thinks he’ll be at WrestleMania
  • More…

Eric then welcomes his guest for this week WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels! During his appearance the two discuss:

  • Shawn’s upcoming Kliq reunion during WrestleMania 33 weekend
  • Shawn and Eric getting to know each other after their time in WWE together
  • Shawn and Marty Jannetty headlining the first pro wrestling event that Eric ever promoted
  • Shawn’s relationship with Bret Hart these days
  • Why Shawn thinks he and Bret didn’t see eye to eye back in the day
  • The ring being a sacred place for pro wrestlers
  • The reasons Hall and Nash left WWE for WCW
  • Shawn feeling dependent on his friends like Hall and Nash back in the day
  • Shawn’s memories of the backstage atmosphere in WWE during the Monday Night War
  • Whether there was extra pressure on Shawn to perform due to his relationship with Hall and Nash and their WCW presence
  • The rumors that Shawn and Eric talked about bringing Shawn to WCW during the Monday Night War
  • Chance meetings the two have had in the past
  • Shawn’s relationship with Ric Flair
  • What Shawn is doing with WWE Developmental at the moment
  • Eric’s bold prediction about Shawn’s future
  • Their mutual love of hunting
  • How everything changed for Shawn in 1997
  • More…



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