CM Punk returned to AEW Dynamite last week and saved Interim World Champion Jon Moxley from a heinous assault at the hands of The Jericho Appreciation Society. The show ended with Mox walking out from the ring.

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The Second City Saint opened the August 17th edition of Dynamite and addressed his plans for the upcoming All Out pay-per-view event. Punk dragged WWE into his feud with Mox.

The AEW World Champion referenced Mox’s past as a Shield member, saying he has always been the third best in his group. He also said Mox won’t be the first “John” Punk beats for the title in Chicago. Of course, that was a reference to John Cena.

Moxley then fired a shot at CM Punk by saying that he’s only in AEW, because he ran out of money. This is a very personal feud that will come to a head at All Out.

Punk and Mox are expected to unify the AEW World Championship in the main event of All Out on September 4th. Tony Khan has yet to officially book the card for the pay-per-view event.

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Manik Aftab

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