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Eric Bischoff Slams WWE Money In The Bank Match: Slow & Awkward

One big thing: Eric Bischoff criticizes World Heavyweight Championship match

Former WCW President Eric Bischoff offered a scathing review of the World Heavyweight Championship match between Seth Rollins and Damian Priest at WWE’s Money in the Bank event.

• Bischoff described the match as “slow” and “awkward” on his “83 Weeks” podcast.
• He praised Rollins for looking “fairly sharp” despite coming back from injury.
• Bischoff suggested Priest had a “bad night” and appeared “unsure of himself” during the match.

Key quote:

“I don’t know what that finish was but that was like the beginning for me going I think I’m gonna go cook a steak.”

Why it matters

Bischoff’s critique highlights potential concerns about match quality and performer readiness in high-profile WWE events. His comments could influence fan perception and WWE’s approach to future championship matches.

The bigger picture

• The match ended with Drew McIntyre cashing in his Money in the Bank contract, followed by CM Punk’s interference.
• Bischoff extended his criticism to the entire event, saying there were too many spots in the show.
• He summarized the night as “ten pounds of s**t in a five-pound bag.”

What’s next?

WWE may need to address match pacing and performer preparation, especially for championship bouts. The company might also reconsider the structure of pay-per-view events to avoid overwhelming viewers with too many spots.

What do you think about Eric Bischoff’s comments on the World Heavyweight Championship match? Do you agree with his assessment? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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