In a surprising move, Tony Khan and his company personnel announced to air previously unseen backstage footage from the AEW All-In event that took place at Wembley Stadium in London.

During tonight’s edition of AEW Dynamite, EVPs Matthew and Nicholas Jackson presented the footage to the audience. The video provided a glimpse into the confrontation between Punk and Perry, which quickly escalated into a brawl.

Despite a mixed reaction from the crowd, chants for Punk grew louder as the fight intensified, eventually leading to intervention by AEW personnel to separate them. However, the company’s attempt to garner more interest in their product and upcoming AEW Dynasty event with this footage as reported, seemingly backfired on them.

AEW’s actions garnered more of negative reactions from the fans on social media and in a turn of events, more support for CM Punk as witnessed by the reaction of the audience in attendance for tonight’s show in Charleston, WV.


Moreover, former AEW star and current member of the WWE NXT roster, Shawn Spears also took a subtle jab via his X at the company’s tactics to attract interest by dropping a GIF of a person throwing an exercise ball on the wall of a gym only for it to bounce back and knock him down.

It is still yet to be seen if The Best in the World will give an official statement in regard to AEW airing the footage, despite giving cryptic response just a while after it was shown on live television.

What are your thoughts on Shawn Spears’ subtle claim of AEW’s plans failing after airing All In footage? Sound off in the comments!

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