CM Punk and Jack Perry had a confrontation backstage at All In, right before the “Real” World Title match. Tony Khan admitted the incident took place in the press conference after All In London, but he didn’t comment further. It turns out that there is more to the story, but TK still isn’t putting anything out there.

Many AEW stars were extremely frustrated with the situation. Some say that the ordeal overshadowed AEW’s success at Wembley Stadium. The Second City Savior has not contacted Tony Khan, but he was informed of his suspension through his attorney.

Tony Khan was almost victim of this situation as well, and things were not pretty at all. CM Punk also wanted to fight Miro in the middle of everything, but then that story was finally cleared up.

Tony Khan recently spoke to the media regarding All Out, but the subject of CM Punk kept coming up. Khan stated that an investigation is going on, and he is going to let it play out. Click here for our complete coverage of that call.


When asked if he and CM Punk had any communication backstage after the incident, Tony Khan declined to comment on that. There is a report that the two had heated argument.

On that note, Tony Khan also noted that he hopes to have more information about this situation by All Out. After all, video footage of the incident reportedly exists.

Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more on this story, and so many more, from the pro wrestling world!

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