AEW built the new Collision show around CM Punk in a big way. They even curated the roster to be filled with people that Punk approved, and now he is gone from the company. There is a lot more that will happen as a result of this big release, and Collision might change as well.

Click here for our complete coverage of AEW Collision this week.

Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that Warner Bros Discovery and AEW are in talks about Collision right now. It was noted that they might take the company’s Saturday night show in a new direction.

“We’ve heard that there were also ongoing discussions between AEW and WBD about the on-screen direction of AEW Collision.”


AEW didn’t want to see CM Punk signs at Collision this week. They were confiscating them, and the company soon replaced Punk at All Out with Bryan Danielson.

In the end, the ultimate determining factor was the story that CM Punk sucker punched Jack Perry. We will keep our eyes peeled for more updates, because you never know what will happen next.

What’s your take on AEW releasing CM Punk? How will it change AEW Collision? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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