The real-life brawl after the 2022 AEW All Out media scrum between CM Punk and The Elite has been subject of discussion for a long time now. Months after the fiasco went down, there is still no 100% clarity on the resolution between both parties.

Despite the real-life incident having taken place months ago, the feud is still fresh in the mind of wrestling fans. However, rumors of them coming to a truce have also been floating around as well. It looks like that is not the case.

Another incident that sent the fans into a frenzy was right after the January 11th edition of AEW Dynamite that took place at the KIA Forum in Los Angeles, California. The incident saw CM Punk was seen wearing forum hoodie next to fellow AEW star Brody King close to the venue.

CM Punk’s rumored presence around AEW Dynamite’s location was further ignited on the latest edition of Being the Elite. The Young Bucks revealed during the episode that they had a stressful week leading up to the show, with people linking it to CM Punk’s appearance around the venue. However, Bryan Alvarez clarified on the Wrestling Observer Radio that both CM Punk were not going to see each other in Los Angeles.


“You can make up any story you want if you want something to talk about on the internet on a holiday, but CM Punk is not meeting with the Young Bucks and that’s not happening. You could make up that story if you want to, but it didn’t happen.”

It was also clarified that Nick and Matt Jackson were talking about visa related issues during that latest episode. This should be a message to all fans regarding any rumors about CM Punk and the Young Bucks calling a truce.

The fact is that a reconciliation between CM Punk and The Elite is not looking likely any time soon. Keep checking back with Ringside News just in case something changes in this situation.

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