Eric Bischoff “Felt Humiliated” For Tony Khan Following All Out

Eric Bischoff behind a podium during an AEW appearance

The post-AEW All Out media scrum was a tough night for Tony Khan, an incident that left Eric Bischoff “feeling humiliated” for Khan.

The success of AEW’s 2022 All Out pay-per-view was almost instantly overshadowed by the post-show media scrum, where CM Punk went on a tirade against The Elite, Colt Cabana, ‘Hangman’ Adam Page, and just about everyone else. It left numerous talents suspended indefinitely and resulted in major changes to AEW’s on-screen product.

Discussing the matter on Konnan’s Keepin’ It 100 podcast, Eric Bischoff revealed how the moment left him feeling embarrassed for AEW CEO Tony Khan, who seemingly struggled to control the scuffle:

“I just can’t imagine what executives at Warner, Discovery are thinking about when now this is the second time that’s happened, right? MJF did the same thing a couple months ago. And in front of, by the way, a bunch of executives who were in the arena is from what I’ve heard.

Now we see the same thing again, from a different guy, if I’m an executive in a media company, and I’m thinking about stroking a check for $45 million a year to somebody. I kind of want to know they got their sh*t together and what I saw. I mean I was humiliated for Tony. I really was.”

Tony Khan appeared on the post-All Out broadcast of Dynamite, refusing to acknowledge anyone involved while declaring both the World and World Trios Championships vacant.

Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley will face off on Grand Slam Dynamite for the AEW World Championship, while Death Triangle have already captured the AEW World Trios Championships.

H/T to Sportskeeda Wrestling.