AEW Dynamite, emanating tonight from Charleston Coliseum, Charleston, WV has been generating buzz as they revealed that they would air backstage footage from last year’s AEW All-In event that took place at the Wembley Stadium in London.

AEW President Tony Khan has been vocal about this addition to the show, building anticipation among fans. However, the specifics of the footage remain ambiguous, leaving room for speculation.

However, the most anticipated aspect among fans is the potential involvement of former AEW star CM Punk and Jack Perry who got into a real-life physical altercation backstage. The incident led to The Best in the World getting fired from the company and eventually returning to WWE in November 2023.

During the recent edition on his Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray questioned AEW’s motives for airing the footage on national television and whether it serves any constructive purpose for the company.


“Is this what’s gonna get more people to tune in to your product? Punk admitted to everything that he did, so let’s just say this video corroborates everything that Punk [said]. … Where is the win for AEW here?”

Bully Ray’s concerns extend beyond mere speculation about the contents of the footage; he delves into the strategic implications and potential fallout for AEW. He emphasized the lack of a clear endgame in airing the footage and questioned its relevance given CM Punk’s prior acknowledgment of the incident. So we will have to wait and see what contents of the incident the company decides to show and the impact it will have on AEW as a company.

What are your thoughts on Bully Ray’s assessment of AEW airing All In footage situation? Sound off in the comments!

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