AEW Double Or Nothing is in the books, but during the broadcast they also promoted their return to Chicago for Labor Day weekend.

We can only assume another Starrcast event is on the way and the Sears Centre will sell out in ridiculous fashion, but now fans might have something even bigger to look forward to.

Some eagle-eyed fans certainly noticed the fact that AEW decided to throw some stars on their graphic for ALL OUT. This might not have been that big of a deal, but those stars seem identical to the ones CM Punk has used for years.

The Chicago flag does have stars on it which is why CM Punk used them as the Second City Savior, but it is still incredibly interesting. We previously reported that Tony Khan had some very interesting things to say about Punk possibly joining them down the line.


It should also be noted that ALL IN took place in Chicago and there were NO STARS on that logo.

Sean Waltman also spoke about CM Punk coming to AEW when he said that he didn’t think Punk could “sit this one out.” Needless to say, there has been a ton of speculation that CM Punk could make a pro wrestling return with AEW.

We will have to wait and see what happens next, but AEW might have another big surprise coming on August 31st as they go ALL OUT.

Tags: CM Punk
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