CM Punk and his situation at All In London is still making headlines, overshadowing the company’s glowing success at the world-famous venue.

While CM Punk had to rely on train to reach the All In venue in London, it appears that several other AEW stars were similarly unimpressed with the travel arrangements, or rather, the lack thereof.

The AEW All In event, held at London’s Wembley Stadium and attended by over 80,000 fans, ultimately went off without a hitch, meeting the expectations of the company higher-ups and Tony Khan. The wrestlers put forth their best efforts to ensure the show was memorable. However, it seems they encountered numerous challenges leading up to the event.

Previously, it was noted that CM Punk encountered travel difficulties upon his airport arrival, as no one from the company came to pick him up, forcing him to resort to taking a train with the assistance of strangers. Meanwhile, other wrestlers also expressed disappointment with the limited accommodations provided to them.


PW Torch reported that many AEW stars who had worked for other companies and traveled internationally were not impressed by how Tony Khan’s operation handled things.

“Wrestlers who had traveled internationally with WWE or even gone overseas for tours with New Japan Pro-Wrestling were underwhelmed by AEW’s travel accommodations, with multiple wrestlers reportedly not picked up from the airport, as is tradition in WWE and NJPW.” 

AEW All In was immediately followed by a big announcement for 2024, and Wembley Stadium might be just as packed for next year’s show. Only time will tell if CM Punk will be a part of the company.

We will have to see if AEW is able to correct some of the oversights that they had when arranging AEW All In London travel. If anything, this first show was certainly a learning experience.

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