Amidst the excitement of one of the most thrilling weeks in wrestling, AEW delivered an action-packed episode of Dynamite on April 10. The episode was highly anticipated worldwide, particularly due to the promise of backstage footage from the All-In event, which was set to be revealed by The Young Bucks. However, AEW ended up removing the segment from the official YouTube upload.

During the episode, The Young Bucks took center stage to highlight their upcoming showdown against FTR at AEW Dynasty. While their match was a significant talking point, it was the airing of the All-In footage that truly captivated the audience.

The footage showcased a heated confrontation between Jack Perry and CM Punk. The situation intensified as Punk aggressively pushed Perry, sparking chaos backstage. It wasn’t until Samoa Joe and other backstage personnel intervened that order was restored, preventing further escalation.

However, if one goes to their official YouTube video, it will be discovered that AEW ended up removing the All In portion from the segment entirely. This came as a shock to fans considering the fact that AEW had already shown the whole thing to the world.


Even Tony Khan was heavily criticized for this move and Eric Bischoff clowned AEW for the same. Nonetheless, many believe that airing the footage did more harm than good to AEW.

Are you surprised AEW removed the All In footage from the aforementioned segment on YouTube? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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