Bischoff says if he was working for WWE he’d be very careful about who and what he tweets. The slightest error in judgement might result in a public relations nightmare, and that could cause you significant issues with the company.
Bischoff comments on the rambunctious Brooklyn crowd from this past weekend. He says that Cesaro destroyed a beach ball because he’s a heel, while Cena encouraged the crowd’s actions because he’s a babyface. In both instances, the talent was able to engage the audience and enhance the live experience so Bischoff has no issue with that.
Bischoff doesn’t think this is a fad, and he believes this type of audience reaction is here to stay. As social media continues to broaden and expand the fan experience, live audiences will want to be a part of the action every time they attend shows. He’s not entirely sure that’s a bad thing.
Bischoff thinks it’s smart of WWE to play into the ROH fanbase by establishing a trio of former ROH talents on NXT. He thinks the independent scene is flourishing right now and ROH is seeing the benefits of this. ROH fas are devoted and dedicated to the product so when these fans invest in talents like Adam Cole, it’s smart of WWE to try to capitalize on that.