CM Punk and Jack Perry were suspended after their backstage skirmish at AEW All In London. Now, the question remains of when they will return, but it’s not a good idea to bet on seeing them this weekend. At least, CM Punk’s situation isn’t looking likely.

Haus of Wrestling reported that CM Punk and AEW’s situation is likely not going to be resolved by the time All Out rolls around.

Haus of Wrestling has learned that Punk and Khan have still not been in direct communication since All In this past Sunday and that Punk appearing as part of All Out and Collision this weekend is unlikely. It is always possible that something will happen in the next forty-eight hours, but it does not feel like fans should get their hopes up in regard to the “Real AEW World Champion” popping up at The United Center.

AEW had to scrap plans for CM Punk vs Ricky Starks at AEW All Out. That is unfortunate for Ricky Starks, in a big way.


We previously repoted that neurtal source, who is not a wrestler, said that CM Punk sucker punched Jack Perry. That is not a good look, but luckily, the whole messy ordeal was also caught on camera.

We will have to see when CM Punk makes his return to AEW. He very likely won’t be back by this weekend. That being said, Tony Khan did say that he hopes to have some information from their investigation by All Out.

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