CM Punk and Jack Perry are suspended from AEW after their messy All In situation. That ordeal was real blemish on AEW’s huge night in Wembley Stadium, and now the Second City Savior has been informed of his suspension.
This incident with CM Punk and Jack Perry was just one of several backstage occurrences in which Punk has been involved in. He also wanted to fight Miro after the whole deal with Perry.
The physical altercation between Jack Perry and CM Punk at All In stemmed from an incident a few weeks prior when Punk advised Perry against using real glass for a storyline. In the heat of the moment, Punk reportedly contemplated leaving AEW altogether before his scheduled match with Samoa Joe, even expressing his disdain for the promotion. Following the incident, Punk had limited interaction with AEW President Tony Khan before being asked to leave Wembley Stadium.
Nick Hausman from Haus of Wrestling reported on Twitter that Punk was not officially informed of his suspension by AEW; instead, he received this news through his attorney.
Here’s a follow-up to what @SeanRossSapp reported earlier about CM Punk not being made aware of his suspension by AEW.
From what I gather, AEW has not directly contacted Punk about his suspension, but he was informed about it by his lawyer.
It seems that CM Punk has been made aware of his suspension. We will have to see how long that time away from AEW lasts, but as we previously noted, Punk has only been around for just over 50% of the time since his AEW debut.
Tony Khan was almost victim of that CM Punk and Jack Perry brawl. So, he probably wasn’t very happy. Keep it tuned with us here at Ringside News for more on this situation, and every other story in the pro wrestling world.