All Elite Wrestling has been in the news for all the wrong reasons at AEW All Out. What ensued backstage after the AEW All Out Media scrum confirms that the company is not going to get through things easily.
Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks are still suspended, but they haven’t heard any new information recently. According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW superstars may have to face some legal action before they can make their way back between the ropes and in their roles as the EVPs.
Regarding the Young Bucks and Kenny Omega, they all hadn’t heard anything from the company at least as of a few days ago. The company hasn’t and won’t address anything regarding pretty much anything these days on these type of subjects, but the belief is that their situation is on hold pending potential legal action, which unless cleared up, could delay things for some time and there is also a second hold up that hasn’t been made clear.
AEW has been silent on the matter since it happened. The only thing we have heard is that there’s an internal third-party investigation going on, and the company plans to make things better by proving that they are doing things by the law.
There are those who think there will be some legal action taken on these superstars before they can be cleared up for ring performance and given the opportunity to explain their actions. After all, CM Punk has been known to use his attorneys when needed.
When that legal situation might come to a head is a different question, but their return will pop the crowd both in the arena and at home. The Elite is one of the most respectable factions of The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega. Ringside News exclusively reported that many people backstage stand with The Elite after Punk divided the locker room.
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