AEW has announced that The Young Bucks will be releasing backstage footage from AEW All In and discussing it for the first time.

The specifics of the footage have not been confirmed, leaving fans to speculate if it includes the CM Punk incident. This incident involved CM Punk getting into an altercation with Jack Perry and yelling at Tony Khan. As a result, Punk was fired, and Perry was suspended. Khan expressed concerns about Punk’s behavior, stating that he felt endangered.

Following his departure from AEW, Punk returned to WWE, making comeback at WWE Survivor Series. Perry resurfaced in NJPW in January, tearing up his AEW contract and claiming he requested his release, which was denied.

On the April 3 episode of AEW Dynamite, The Young Bucks made several references to Perry, including the phrase “Cry me a river.” Additionally, CM Punk provided his perspective on the incident during an appearance on the MMA Hour on April 1.


With Punk returning to WWE and Perry resurfacing in NJPW, the wrestling world is abuzz. Recent references to Perry by The Young Bucks and Punk’s comments on the incident only add to the intrigue. Wrestling fans are on the edge of their seats, anticipating what revelations this footage might bring.

What are your thoughts on AEW’s decision to release backstage footage from All In featuring The Young Bucks? How do you think this footage might shed light on the CM Punk incident and its aftermath? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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