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The “Consequesnces” Goldberg Would Face In AEW – New Report

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WCW legend Bill Goldberg has been warned by fellow industry veteran Eric Bischoff about the potential consequences of joining All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as a special part-time attraction. During a recent episode of the Strictly Business podcast, Bischoff cautioned Goldberg that such a move could have repercussions beyond his control.

Goldberg has previously worked as a part-time wrestler for WWE, a role that saw him return for sporadic appearances between 2016 and 2022. In recent months, there have been rumors that AEW owner Tony Khan is interested in bringing Goldberg on board in a similar capacity. However, Bischoff believes that such a move could have significant consequences for Goldberg and the wrestling industry as a whole.

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During the podcast, Bischoff explained that he believes part-time attractions like Goldberg can be a “double-edged sword” for wrestling companies. While they can bring in short-term revenue and generate buzz, they can also create issues with roster management and disrupt the flow of storylines.

Bischoff went on to warn Goldberg that joining AEW in a part-time role could cause tension with other wrestlers and negatively impact the company’s overall product. He urged Goldberg to carefully consider the potential consequences before making any decisions about his future in wrestling.

He continued –

“I doubt Bill (Goldberg) needs the money. That rush doesn’t get any better than the rush he’s had in WWE. He could probably, possibly, I guess, make a really, really sweet deal, and hey, business is business.  Bill’s all about business, don’t think he’s not. But unless he’s really money-motivated, I don’t see that happening.

Guess what happens to everybody else who has been in the witness protection program for the last year-and-a-half that can’t get a phone call returned or an email responded to who are just sitting at home.

If that were to happen, yes there’s a lot of opportunity, but there are some unintended consequences that come along as well, it’s just part of it.”


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