CM Punk is back in pro wrestling and that is no secret at all. Ringside News exclusively reported that he inked a deal with the company. We also reported that he will wrestle 10 to 12 times per year, and that will start with All Out.

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CM Punk said that he had good news and bad news, because there is so much to get to that there is no way they will do it in one night. The good news is that he is not going away.

Punk soon pointed to the rafters at Sting and Darby Allin. CM Punk heard fans chanting his name for the past 7 years, and he also heard Allin say that he wants to face the best in the world. CM Punk said that Allin likes danger, but there is no danger like facing the Second City Savior in Chicago.


CM Punk vs Darby Allin was then added to the All Out card. Punk said that he will see Allin and Sting and everyone else on September 5th, live on pay-per-view. We will have complete coverage right here at Ringside News. You can check out the updated All Out card below.

AEW World Title

Kenny Omega vs Christian Cage

Andrade vs Pac

Women’s Casino Battle Royale

Paul Wight vs QT Marshall

AEW Tag Team Titles

Young Bucks vs ??? – Cage Match

CM Punk vs Darby Allin

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