CM Punk returned to AEW for the first episode of Collision, and he had a lot to say. He also held a bag that contained the AEW World Title, as he claimed that he will hold that title until someone takes it from him.

The first episode of AEW Collision was highlighted by CM Punk stating the fact that he has never been pinned or submitted by anyone in the ring, including the current reigning AEW World Champion, MJF. In a symbolic gesture, Punk carried a red bag during his promo, implying that the AEW World Title may be within it.

While the contents of the bag are technically unknown, it is worth noting that CM Punk was seen in possession of a championship in Chicago. Specifically, he received a customized Chicago Blackhawks Championship from Blackhawks mascot Tommy Hawk while attending Collision at the United Center.

The situation surrounding the AEW World Championship and CM Punk’s involvement continues to generate intrigue and speculation among fans.


CM Punk’s affinity for hockey and the Chicago Blackhawks is well-known, as he has consistently displayed his fandom over the years. During the NHL playoffs, Punk frequently shares updates and moments from the games on his Instagram stories, showcasing his passion for the sport and his support for the Blackhawks. His posts about the NHL playoffs through social media further highlights his dedication as a longtime hockey fan and his allegiance to the Blackhawks.

We will have to see where CM Punk pops up next. He will continue as a huge hockey fan, and it’s obvious that his love of the Blackhawks isn’t likely to go away either.

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