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Changes to Smackdown Live will apparently be slow

Eric Bischoff was hired by WWE as the new Executive Director of SmackDown Live. Apparently, Bischoff is yet to start his new work. So this means a much slower start for him

According to a report by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, they were told that owing to Bischoff not starting his new position as of yet, it means that more time will be taken for any noticeable changes to take place on Smackdown Live.

Paul Heyman has already been working in his new role for two weeks and as Bischoff has not started working, he is even more behind now.

It’s been noted to us that every week he’s not there puts him another week behind and the battles necessary to be the catalyst of change and improvement are going to take a long time.

Bischoff and his family moved to Stamford recently and so he will begin working next week. It will be interesting to see what kind of changes he can bring to Smackdown Live.

  • Mike the Ike

    Hey harrison, stop reading the dirt sheets for your news and go straight to the source. On 83 Weeks, Bischoff HIMSELF said he wasn’t starting until the 16th. He has to move him and his wife out to Connecticut.

  • Sparti Love

    Two weeks might make a difference plus why start in the middle of a PPV storyline. It makes more sense to start fresh after Sundays event

  • CC

    He is two weeks behind Heyman, yet pretty much everyone said that Smackdown was better than RAW this week … that does not sound like he is behind does it.

    If we are to believe Heyman has already started, he had one really good week last week, and a poor week thise week. So once again, that hardly puts Bischoff behind seeing as RAW has been all over the place and Smackdown has improved.

  • Soulshroude

    Apparently, huh? Is this all you have?