CM Punk is determined to make a lot of noise in AEW, and now we know that the big Wembley Stadium show won’t go down without him. AEW Collision kicked off this week with CM Punk in a very interesting segment.

Click here for our complete coverage of AEW Collision from this week.

Samoa Joe kicked off AEW Collision this week, and he was supposed to have a match with a masked opponent. Then that masked opponent turned things around in a big way. Before Joe knew it, he was on that masked man’s shoulders, and then he ate a GTS.

That masked man took off their hood and revealed CM Punk underneath. The Lexington, Kentucky crowd chanted for Punk as he gave his GTS pose.


CM Punk then grabbed the microphone and tore the AEW logo off before saying, “I accept, bitch!” This was quite a statement as they booked a massive match for All In London. That match will be for the “Real” AEW World Title as well.

CM Punk vs Samoa Joe will be another chapter in their storied rivalry. Only time will tell how Tony Khan books this big match.

AEW World Title

MJF vs Adam Cole

AEW Women’s Title

Hikaru Shida vs Saraya vs Britt Baker vs Toni Storm

AEW Tag Team Titles

FTR vs Young Bucks

‘Real’ AEW World Title

CM Punk vs Samoa Joe

Wheeler Yuta, Jon Moxley, Claudio plus 3 partners vs Best Friends, Penta, Fenix, Eddie Kingston – Stadium Stampede Match

Darby Allin & Sting vs Swerve Strickland & AR Fox – Coffin Match

Golden Elite & Takeshita vs Kenny Omega, Hangman Page, and Kota Ibushi

Chris Jericho vs Will Ospreay

ROH Tag Team Titles

MJF & Adam Cole vs Aussie Open – Zero Hour

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