Eric Bischoff’s opinion in the pro wrestling world has weight to it as many consider him one of the best minds in the business. However, not all of his opinions sound good to fans and disagreements can happen. Bischoff is still going after CM Punk for some reason.

The Second City Saint previously claimed that there aren’t any casual fans in pro wrestling. Eric Bischoff disagreed with this claim and proceeded to blast Punk for the same as well.

This led to an absolutely scathing reply from CM Punk, who essentially buried Eric Bischoff. Things only got messier from there, as it was made clear Bischoff has it in for Punk.

It is also a well-known fact that CM Punk does not like Hulk Hogan at all. While speaking on his After 83 Weeks show, Eric Bischoff ripped CM Punk for his disrespectful comments on Hulk Hogan.

“A lot of the comments I made, the shots I took at CM Punk, is just because I think he is an outright disrespectful guy. If you’re going to get yourself over, go out and get yourself over. But if you’re going to go out – and for example – in his very first promo, first thing you do is go out and talk about what a piece of s*** Hulk Hogan is. Well, guess what, CM Punk clearly has no idea about Hulk Hogan. How does he know that? He does not know a thing.

If CM Punk would’ve worked with Hulk Hogan or knew Hulk Hogan and he had that opinion, that’s his opinion. But if you don’t even f****** know somebody and you’re going to go out there and try to get yourself over in your very first interview by burying somebody who has contributed so much to this business, and is probably partly responsible for you even having the opportunity that you have to talk your s***, I find that to be disrespectful

Eric Bischoff also called CM Punk a financial flop in AEW. It is clear CM Punk and Bischoff will not be ending their beef anytime soon. We’ll have to see whether CM Punk will respond to what Bischoff said.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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