CM Punk’s AEW debut last week at AEW Rampage: The First Dance was touted as the biggest moment in the company’s history and it’s easy to understand why. CM Punk already smashed T-shirt sales records with his first batch of t-shirts. On top of that, even Jim Cornette considered his debut to be perfect.

On this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, CM Punk dropped a massive hint regarding Daniel Bryan making his way to AEW. On top of that, Punk further teased Daniel Bryan’s upcoming debut in the company on social media.

After the conclusion of this week’s episode of AEW Rampage, AEW released a video of CM Punk cutting a promo, where he addressed the fans at the UWM Panther Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. CM Punk joined The Elite Hunter Frankie Kazarian and Christian Cage in the ring.

“I just had to come out here and say, ‘this is so cool.’ I know it’s late, I know sometimes these shows can be long, but you sit in your seats, and you’re enthusiastic, and you give everybody here everything you’ve got. Because everybody here, at least from what I’ve seen so far, gives you everything that they have. I just want to say I’m super grateful.


Eventually, the luster will kinda wear off from the shiny CM Punk. You’re just gonna have a good time listening to Cult of Personality, but do know that until it does wear off, I’m gonna keep doing this and soak in as much as possible.

Christian Cage then took the mic and reminded Punk how big of a deal it was that he’s in AEW now. On top of that, the three had a hilarious discussion about Christian Cage not getting any ice cream bars and more. It certainly made fans in attendance go home happy as they saw the stars having a great time and just enjoying themselves.

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