CM Punk and All Elite Wrestling have been at the center of speculation, rumors, and drama since the former WWE star joined the AEW roster in 2019. Recent reports indicate that there are still some lingering issues between Punk and some of his AEW colleagues, as well as an injury update on the wrestler.

Here are some of the key takeaways breaking down the entire ordeal with CM Punk, Jon Moxley and the AEW Brawl Out incident:

  • AEW and CM Punk have had some contact, and some close to Punk claim that he and Tony Khan have “spoken or had a couple of meetings.”

  • Punk does remain under contract with AEW. We’ve inquired as to whether or not there was ever a suspension or pay docking involved, but traditionally AEW has paid out wrestlers while they’re injured regardless.
  • The issues with Hangman and CM Punk dated back to before their AEW Double or Nothing match, to the point where we’re told that Punk ended up having a meeting with AEW officials.

  • As far as CM Punk’s injury status, he tore his triceps at AEW All Out before the scrum. Those with knowledge of the situation said that he was hopeful he could be fully healthy by late January.
  • There were other talent who were present at the time of the brawl, but did not get physically involved, and therefore weren’t suspended. However, there was another production employee who ended up getting struck with a chair that hadn’t been previously revealed.

Attempts to reach out to both AEW and CM Punk for the story but did not hear back from either in an official capacity.

While it remains to be seen what the future holds for CM Punk in AEW, the latest report from suggests that there are still some issues that need to be resolved between him and some of his colleagues. Fans of Punk will no doubt be keeping a close eye on the situation as it develops.

The drama surrounding CM Punk and AEW continues to unfold, leaving fans wondering about the future of the wrestler in the promotion. While some issues seem to have been resolved, others remain, and it remains to be seen what the future holds. As always, we want to hear from you. What are your thoughts on the situation? Leave a comment below and let us know.

Steve Carrier

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