Eric Bischoff has not been shy about his opinions about AEW programming. That honesty won’t keep Easy E from getting another invite to Daily’s Place.

During Busted Open Radio, Chris Jericho spoke to the gang about what is in store for Dynamite this week. He was also hyping the Inner Circle’s upcoming Stadium Stampede match against the Pinnacle.

During this interview, Le Champion revealed that Eric Bischoff is set to be a part of AEW Dynamite this week. He will be part of the Inner Circle’s celebration on Dynamite. Jericho had a very good reason to have another celebration before what could be their final match as a faction.

“This Friday we’re having a celebration of the Inner Circle that has been, kind of, promoted and perpetuated by AEW,” Jericho said. “This is not an Inner Circle idea, this is AEW kind of giving thanks to the Inner Circle for all that we’ve done in the past year and a half. Because if this is indeed our last match at Stadium Stampede, then we’re going down with all guns blazing.”


“But the host, the MC, of this Inner Circle celebration. This is exclusive, we haven’t told anybody this, but it’s going to be a returning Eric Bischoff to host and MC the whole segment. First time that Bischoff and I have ever been on the same side! Much like when I called Mike Tyson, when we had our change of heart a few months ago, another guy I called was Eric Bischoff. We have made amends and Eric agreed to come down and MC the celebration of the Inner Circle, this Friday on TNT.”

The current betting odds list the Stadium Stampede match as a dead-heat. Both stables have -120 odds next to their names. It could go any way, but the live crowd is expected to get quite a show on May 30th.

We will have to see what Eric Bischoff is able to do on Dynamite this week. At this rate, Bischoff has become somewhat of a regular in AEW after so many guest appearances.

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