Booker T just lately spent a while on his Corridor Of Fame podcast to evaluate evening considered one of this yr’s AEW Grand Slam week from Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York.
Through the newest episode of his official podcast, the two-time WWE Corridor of Fame legend sounded off on Chris Jericho capturing the ROH World Championship at Dynamite from Claudio Castagnoli, as effectively we whether or not or not Tony Khan ought to run ROH as a very separate promotion from AEW.
Featured under are among the highlights from the present the place he touches on these matters together with his ideas.
On Chris Jericho capturing the ROH World Championship from Claudio Castagnoli at AEW Grand Slam: Dynamite: “I believe it is sensible attempting to place some mild on that Ring of Honor title. I have never heard about any Ring of Honor exhibits … however for those who’re attempting to maintain that … Ring of Honor identify alive, to have the title on somebody like Chris Jericho, I believe it does that. I believe it is vital for those who plan on doing one thing with that model down the highway.”
On whether or not or not ROH must be run as a standalone model by Tony Khan: “I believe it will actually be arduous for Tony Khan to run AEW Dynamite, Rampage, and a completely totally different group in ROH. Home exhibits … TV, in addition to having a robust sufficient roster to have the ability to create totally different storylines against the storylines you are creating on AEW Rampage, Dynamite. It might blow his freaking thoughts. For me personally, the model can be scrapped and the archive can be used for AEW promo packages and what not. However so far as attempting to create a ROH model, to the place you are competing in opposition to Dynamite in addition to Rampage, I simply assume you are simply placing a complete lot in your plate there and I simply do not assume it is attainable to be trustworthy.”
Take a look at the entire episode of Booker T’s Corridor Of Fame podcast through the video embedded under courtesy of the official YouTube channel of the present. H/T to WrestlingInc.com for transcribing the above quotes.