The media scrum following AEW All Out event ended in turmoil after CM Punk unleashed a scathing attack on Colt Cabana, Page, and The Young Bucks, verbally lashing out at all parties involved. This incident caused significant damage to Punk’s reputation, and the repercussions have been felt throughout AEW since then. That being said, Punk ended up causing outrage after approving a controversial Jim Cornette story.

Ace Steel was fired from AEW when he was a part of Brawl Out last year, where he allegedly bit Kenny Omega on the arm during the brawl. He was brought back and had been working remotely following Punk’s return as well. He got fired again shortly after CM Punk’s AEW firing as well.

CM Punk and Ace Steel’s attorney is Stephen P. New, who recently expressed his approval of working with Punk and Steel. In case you didn’t know, New is also Jim Cornette’s attorney.

The Second City Saint took to his Instagram story and uploaded a thumbnail from Jim Cornette’s latest story, where the latter talked about Punk and Steel using his attorney. He also stated that the fan art should be hung up in the Louvre. Unsurprisingly, a lot of fans were outraged at this because Jim Cornette has been very racist over the years, while Punk has actively championed against racism and


Hang it in the Louvre.”

Ace Steel also gave his unwavering support to CM Punk after his WWE return. Regardless, AEW All Out forever marked the slow descent of the company for many reasons, something that the company is still trying to recover from.

What do you think of this CM Punk story? Are you surprised CM Punk would do such a thing? Let us know in the comments section below!

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