CM Punk returned to Dynamite three weeks ago and immediately put Jon Moxley on notice. The two battled for the Undisputed AEW World Championship during Dynamite last night. Mox squashed Punk in less than five minutes and became the Undisputed AEW World Champion.

Punk sold his foot injury during the match as well. The commentators noted that Punk lost the match because he could not work through the injury, which allowed Mox to beat Punk in quick fashion. Now exclusive footage from the aftermath of the match is headed to Rampage this week.

Tony Khan announced on Thursday that AEW will air the exclusive backstage footage of CM Punk following his Dynamite match with Jon Moxley for the Undisputed AEW World Championship on Rampage this Friday. Check out the tweet below.

Tomorrow on Friday Night #AEWRampage @ 10pm ET/9pm CT, we’ll have exclusive backstage footage of @CMPunk shot following his Undisputed
@AEW World Championship Match vs @JonMoxley yesterday on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite!

Don’t miss Friday Night #AEWRampage tomorrow on @TNTdrama

Despite Punk’s loss to Mox, AEW is still very much going forward with a rematch in the main event at All Out on September 4, 2022. You can check out the card announced so far right here.

AEW had already announced matches and segments for Rampage during Dynamite this week. If you aren’t bothered by spoilers, check out the results for Rampage right here.

What do you think the footage will be about? Sound off in the comments!

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