WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff has consistently shown disdain for AEW, doubting its value to the professional wrestling world. Over the past couple of years, he has been vocal in his criticism of the promotion and unsurprisingly, Dax Harwood absolutely buried Bischoff for his remarks about Khan recently.

Eric Bischoff also set the record straight when it came to claims that he was mad Tony Khan never offered him job in AEW. Clearly, a lot of discourse between the two remained for a long time.

Eric Bischoff took to Twitter and commented on a post which stated that AEW would only be profitable once they get a new media deal, similar to what happened with TNA and Spike TV. Bischoff claimed that if AEW were profitable, everyone in the company would be singing like the cast from “Glee”.

”If AEW were profitable, everyone in the company would be singing like the cast from “Glee”.”


Dax Harwood saw what Eric Bischoff had to say and responded to the same, as he absolutely buried Bischoff for stalking Tony Khan as well as being paid to hate on AEW as a whole.

”I know it’s your gimmick and the other guys pay you well to bury AEW, but checking out your timeline & all the Tony tweets and RT’s, it looks very stalkerish. Netflix “Baby Reindeer” would do you a bit of good, my brother in Christ.”

Eric Bischoff also slammed Tony Khan as ‘urine sample’ following Khan comparing WWE to Harvey Weinstein. Tony Khan also addressed his relationship with Eric Bischoff, so it’s unlikely the two will mend fences anytime soon.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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