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Booker T on CM Punk’s podcast comments: “If somebody’s got something to say to me, say it in my face, or say it directly to me.”

During this week’s episode of “The Hall of Fame,” Booker T gave his thoughts on the back and forth between Eric Bischoff and CM Punk, and shared whether or not he feels Sunny should be removed from the Hall of Fame. WWE.

Eric Bischoff recently weighed in on AEW by tweeting, ‘Better storytelling equals growth.’ If AEW ever wants the other 900 fans in the room, they need to stop reserving for a small segment of the audience.” CM Punk then responded by saying, “Wrestling on Twitter needs to stop amplifying all the old head, the bad faith, the bad take, the carny dip shits they had their moment in the sun let them die in the dark with their ego podcast quote me

Booker T was asked if he thinks Bischoff was being critical or just giving his criticism:

Well, I think Eric Bischoff was just making a comment more than anything, and those are his thoughts on the wrestling business and that wrestling company. For him to be able to say that on a show that people want to hear about, I think he’s open for Eric Bischoff to actually do that,” he said.

“I don’t think Bischoff threw anyone’s name out or anything like that. He was just talking about the growth of that company and how he thinks, from a management perspective, how we may need to get there, trying to reach everyone.”

“Many of those people you talk about are children, that many times AEW practically does not serve many children. They cater to their core audience and that’s fine.”

“But for CM Punk to turn on him the way he did, and not just turn on him, that was a blanket statement. That wasn’t just Eric Bischoff. That was a general statement. Personally, I like to call people to the face. If anyone has something to say to me, say it to my face or say it to me directly. Direct me that date and we’ll talk about it when we meet, or I’m always up for a celebrity fight, or something. I’m serious. I’m serious right now,” said Booker T.

“If someone has something to say, let them say it. Don’t try to say it like people on Twitter who can’t see their face and they’re just talking. Say it and say it directly to those people you’re talking about because I’m 57 years old and I have a podcast. If you have anything to say about my podcasts, or me, having comments about the wrestling business, a business that I’ve been in for over 30 years, that I love so much, that has given me everything I have today, We also have a problem with that, because I feel like I have the knowledge, first of all, to talk about it more than most. I have reached a very high level in this wrestling business.”

Bill DeMott and Mark Henry recently said that Sunny should be removed from the Hall of Fame. Booker T was asked to give his opinion on this situation:

“In this situation here, I can’t even tell you how difficult it must be for Bill DeMott. I’m sure it’s something he wakes up to every day for the rest of his life. That’s something he’s going to have to wake up to, so I can’t even go in there with him having his feelings about what should happen. I understand. I understand it. So, I’m not going to sit here and play down his feelings or anything like that.”

“As for Tammy’s removal from the Hall of Fame, that’s going to be up for debate. For me, I’m not looking for reasons to kick someone out of the WWE Hall of Fame. It’s just me personally. I don’t think getting her out of the WWE Hall of Fame will hurt her or help her in any way. Me personally, I don’t even know what the meaning of that would be?

“What’s going on in your life right now, people can say what they want to say about it. But I know that alcoholism is a very, very difficult thing to give up. I mean drugs in general. You think crack addicts can get off crack in the blink of an eye. No, it’s not like that. I’ve been around drugs my whole life, and I’ve seen them destroy people. I’ve seen him ruin people. The thing is, the people who were using the drugs, they could see that it was ruining them too, and they still couldn’t stop taking them, all the way to the grave. I can’t tell you how many people I know are in the grave because of it,” he continued.

“Then I do not know. I see it in many different ways. We talked about how Sunny should be celebrated, at this time in life. But there’s a reason we’re not celebrating her and that’s because of all the things she’s been through, and put herself through all of those things. It seemed like, you know, honestly, God forbid, thank God it didn’t happen, but if Sunny was one of the names that came up as one of the people that we’d lost in the last few years, no one would be surprised. . Not a single person. No one. So you know, I get it both ways.”

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