CM Punk close to being fired?

CM Punk close to being fired?

CM Punk close to being fired?

As you know, the AEW has been talking for several days now due to an altercation between CM Punk accompanied by Ace Steel against The Elite (Young Bucks & Kenny Omega). New details on this story were revealed today.

Fightful tells us they got confirmation that Ace Steel bit Kenny Omega, CM Punk punched one of the Bucks, and Nick Jackson was hit in the eye with a chair.

As for the person who initiated the hostilities, there are many conflicting opinions among the Fightful respondents. Some people say that CM Punk should have expected to be confronted after his comments at the press conference and another person would have revealed that Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks approached CM Punk’s locker room very aggressively in what they could have. be interpreted as a 3v1 This confrontation would last “about 6 minutes” during which Brandon Cutler, Christopher Daniels and Pat Buck tried to defuse the situation.

List members and media contacted by Fightful admitted they heard nothing from Tony Khan after the altercation. A high-ranking person reportedly told Fightful that it would likely be a radio silence for the time being regarding the altercation due to possible legal implications.

Fightful has received information from the Hoffman Estates Police Department stating:

“The Hoffman State Police Department has no police reports or documents indicating that the police were contacted at the AEW All Out event about something that happened behind the scenes. The only police intervention at the event is a family matter in the audience. “

Almost unanimously, the talents Fightful interviewed didn’t like the way CM Punk decided to go about their business that night. Some of the talents who usually support CM Punk said their reaction wouldn’t be the same and others didn’t want to react. Rumors have been heard regarding CM Punk’s possible injury that occurred during this altercation, but these claims cannot be confirmed.

As for the next episode of Dynamite, several wrestlers are unaware of their use. Several longtime AEW wrestlers have revealed it would be incomprehensible if CM Punk hadn’t been fired after the altercation.

Fightful specifies that there is no connection between this whole story and the one involving Adam Page who would be criticized for some hard-hitting footage. Arn Anderson at the time had asked the Executioner to be a little less brutal about some of his holds and his wrestling style in general, because several wrestlers were injured. Adam Page had taken these remarks very well and there was no tension on the horizon with his colleagues, especially since he is very popular behind the scenes.

Fightful concludes by saying that respondents did not report any tension between MJF and CM Punk at least until the current AEW world champion called MJF a “stubborn guy. He had to work with”.

photo credit: AEW


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