Hulk Hogan is a name that is synonymous with professional wrestling and there’s no denying that he’s one of the biggest names in the business. Hogan spent years working at the top, but he’s often been accused of abusing his power for selfish reasons.

Recently CM Punk has been making headlines as his AEW return was expected to be confirmed when the company announced their new show Collision earlier this week. However, Punk was pulled from the announcement as he is reportedly at odds with AEW once again over the status of Ace Steel. During a recent episode of the Strictly Business podcast Eric Bischoff compared Punk to Hulk Hogan and said that he thinks Punk is worse.

“All these hardcore wrestling fans and Punk himself is so anti-Hogan because [they think] he’s selfish and whatnot. Punk’s worse!”

Bischoff then went on to question why AEW tried to base the announcement around CM Punk even though there are still legal issues that haven’t been cleared up.

“There is no clear meeting of the minds here. It [legal issues] has not been cleared up, and yet we’re moving forward with this big announcement. That is a total, abject failure on the part of the business side of AEW and quite frankly, TBS. Did they check what was going on? They were certainly aware of all the drama and legal issues.”

AEW Collision will premiere on TNT on Saturday, June 17th. Stay tuned for more updates as they become available.

H/T Wrestling Inc.