CM Punk’s highly anticipated debut in AEW initially seemed to place the world at his feet. However, his tenure in the company took a drastic turn as he was released last year, leading to a disappointing outcome. Additionally, recent events suggest that Punk has notably distanced himself from AEW.

In 2021, CM Punk made significant impact by joining AEW, swiftly becoming a central figure in the promotion. His crowning achievement came at Double or Nothing 2022 when he secured the AEW World Championship. However, his reign was plagued by injuries, including a torn triceps and a suspension following the controversial Brawl Out incident at AEW All Out 2022.

Despite these setbacks, Punk returned to the spotlight in June 2023 as a key figure on AEW Collision. Unfortunately, his time with AEW came to an abrupt end due to an incident involving Jack Perry, resulting in the termination of his contract. In surprising turn of events, Punk made a dramatic return to WWE at Survivor Series 2023, marking a new chapter in his esteemed career.

The Second City Saint took to his Instagram and uploaded a birthday post, wishing Samoa Joe and Brody King a happy birthday. What’s notable is the fact that Punk covered the ‘All In’ logo at Wembley with Danhausen’s face.


”Happy birthday to my brothers you shouldn’t head butt”

AEW talent also claimed that they miss CM Punk in the company. Nevertheless, it is not surprising to see CM Punk’s actions as he no longer wants to associate himself with AEW at all.

Are you surprised by CM Punk’s move by snubbing AEW All In? Let us know in the comments section below!

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