Fans were eagerly waiting for CM Punk’s return on the debut episode of Collision, as it marked the first time he appeared on AEW television since All Out last year. CM Punk has been a regular in-ring competitor and fans have enjoyed watching him every week. That said, it appears Punk might miss out on a significant episode of AEW Collision due to his outside commitments.

The Second City Saint has competed in several matches since his return back in June and his most recent feud with Ricky Starks is already beginning to gain fan attention as well.

That said, CM Punk also has his ventures outside of AEW, namely being a play-by-play commentator for Cage Fury Fighting Championships. The promotion recently announced its Labour Day weekend lineup with CFFC 123 and 124, which will be taking place on September 1st and 2nd. CM Punk has been confirmed to be a part of the event, which will be taking place in Bensalem, Pennsylvania.

Current AEW wrestling superstar and two-time UFC veteran CM Punk calls the action at CFFC 123 and CFFC 124 alongside editor-in-chief John Morgan on UFC FIGHT PASS.


However, that means CM Punk will likely miss out on the September 2nd episode of AEW Collision, which will be taking place in the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. On top of that, it will be the go-home edition of the show just before the All Out pay-per-view.

We will have to wait and see whether The Second City Saint will end up missing out on the September 2n episode of AEW Collision, as that would certainly be a big loss for the company.

What’s your view on this story? Do you think AEW Collision will suffer if CM Punk won’t be there on September 2nd? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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