CM Punk and Jack Perry had quite an incident at AEW All In, and that reportedly killed morale in the company. Tony Khan was almost victim of this situation as well, and things were not pretty at all.

New details are emerging regarding the backstage events at AEW All In on Sunday night. The latest report suggests that the relationship between CM Punk and Tony Khan may have reached an irreparable point.

According to Wade Keller at PW Torch, during the live All In London pay-per-view, when Jack Perry made comments about “real glass” and “cry me river,” CM Punk was reportedly already upset due to not being picked up at the airport by anyone from AEW. At the time, Punk was unaware that no one had been picked up at the airport, so he wasn’t being singled out by the company.

CM Punk reportedly confronted Tony Khan in front of others in the locker room, and the exchange was described as “heated” and “intense.” Punk is said to have used strong language when addressing Khan.


As previously reported by various sources, CM Punk was initially hesitant to go out for his match with Samoa Joe, and he threatened to quit the company after his incident with Jack Perry. Bryan Alvarez mentioned that Samoa Joe was extremely frustrated with the situation and had to persuade Punk to fulfill his in-ring obligations.

It was also reported that CM Punk eventually agreed to proceed with the match as planned. After the match, there was said to be a prolonged period of no communication between Punk and Khan.

Both CM Punk and Jack Perry are under suspension, and Punk was informed of this development through his lawyer. Some within the company are speculating that Punk is seeking to distance himself from AEW, after all, he did say he hates the company now.

Unless the suspension is lifted before the upcoming weekend, which appears unlikely, CM Punk and Jack Perry will not be participating in All Out in Chicago. We already reported that AEW will be forced to change their creative plan for the All Out pay-per-view.

We will keep our eye out for more developments on this story, and many more from the always-busy pro wrestling world. We appreciate your clicks, and can’t wait to bring you the news for years to come, right here at Ringside News.

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