There is a developing hypothesis encompassing erstwhile AEW Champ CM Punk and his trainer Ace Steel after the behind-the-scenes fight that took place after AEW All Out 2022.
Punk and Ace had a brawl with The Elite after the Punk utilized all of his kind four-letter words to portray the EVPs of AEW.
From that point forward, The Elite remains suspended, Ace Steel removed, and all the championship holders in question (CM Punk, Kenny Omega, and The Young Bucks) ripped off their titles.
Nonetheless, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has expressed that things could go from bad to worst for CM Punk. He opined that it would be extraordinary if either Punk or his friend Ace Steel, were seen once more in AEW.
Meltzer doesn’t see Punk or Steel back at work. For others, he said that he didn’t have the foggiest idea.
Meltzer said that an AEW superstar, who is not standing with anybody in this matter, revealed certain things. He stated that Punk was assumed to be causing trouble, which was not the case with the Young Bucks.
Meltzer would likewise state that he thinks that Punk was at that point annoying a lot of individuals there who wouldn’t listen to him when he attempted to offer guidance.
“He was annoying fellow superstars. I know, from his outlook, that his inclination was that he’s attempting to show these folks how to draw cash. Sort of the veteran thing, how to draw cash, how to do stuff, he’s attempting to offer them great guidance, and he was exceptionally disappointed. Some individuals were tuning in, and some individuals weren’t.”
Who will succeed CM Punk as the new AEW Champ?
Except if Danhausen put a real revile on CM Punk following becoming the AEW World Champion, Punk can only put his injury issues forward for vacating the title.
Punk’s title would have been sacked, in any case, because of what occurred at All Out. However, the injury he suffered in his clash against Jon Moxley gave AEW president Tony Khan no other option except to take away the title.
Currently, Bryan Danielson, Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, Darby Allin, and Sammy Guevara are all still in the ‘Tournament of The Champions’ ending at the Grandslam episode of Dynamite on September 21.
Then there is MJF, who has a guaranteed championship opportunity in the wake of winning the Casino Ladder Match at AEW All Out.
Maxwell Jacob Friedman hasn’t uncovered when he will trade out his chance. However, it does make the coming weeks quite exciting.
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