In a thrilling week of wrestling, AEW aired an engaging episode of Dynamite on April 10th, showcasing exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the All-In event, courtesy of The Young Bucks. Despite the excitement, Eric Bischoff has expressed doubts about AEW’s future, suggesting the promotion has no hope as long as Tony Khan remains in charge.

During the episode of Dynamite, The Young Bucks played a central role in generating excitement for their upcoming match against FTR at AEW Dynasty. However, the audience’s attention was primarily captured by the exclusive footage from the All-In event. The footage revealed a heated exchange between Jack Perry and CM Punk, with tensions rising as Punk aggressively pushed Perry. The confrontation led to chaos backstage until Samoa Joe and other AEW staff members stepped in to restore order.

The release of this footage sparked widespread discussion across social media platforms. However, the story took an unexpected turn when AEW took proactive measures to remove the All-In backstage altercation from all digital platforms.

In the latest episode of “Wise Choices,” Eric Bischoff responded to a viewer’s question about Tony Khan’s decision to air the behind-the-scenes footage. Bischoff expressed disbelief at the decision and made it clear that he believes AEW will have no hope as long as Khan is in charge.


“What the f***? I mean, seriously,” he pondered aloud. “I’ll normally get on here [and I’ll try to point out from my perspective], a different approach for ‘Dynamite’ to take, perhaps a different approach for Tony Khan to take, but I’m at a loss. I don’t think there’s any hope. I honestly don’t think there’s any hope for AEW as long as Tony Khan’s in charge.”

AEW’s backstage reaction to airing the All In footage was revealed as well. Even Tony Khan was heavily criticized for this move and it will likely haunt Khan for a long time. Regardless, we’ll have to see if AEW will see any growth in the future.

Are you surprised by Tony Khan’s decision to showcase the footage? Share your thoughts in the comments section below as the conversation continues.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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