CM Punk had quite a night in London for All In. Of course, it did not go the way he would have liked, because a backstage brawl with Jack Perry stunted his progress in the company. Now, AEW is having to figure out what to do without him around.

Both CM Punk and Jack Perry were suspended after their backstage brawl at All In. An investigation is ongoing, and Tony Khan hopes to have more information on that soon.

We previously reported that Ricky Starks was really affected by CM Punk’s suspension. He was set to face the Second City Savior at All Out, but that’s not happening now.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer said that Ricky Starks might have an All Out match anyway. This will go down on Collision, where they will make their creative plans public.


It was noted that, ironically, Ricky Starks might face Hangman Page instead of CM Punk. This is ironic, because CM Punk and Hangman Page had quite a bit of drama between each other.

We will keep a close eye on this ongoing story, right here at Ringside News. You never know what will happen, especially in AEW, but they certainly need to figure someone out by All Out on Sunday.

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