Amidst one of the most thrilling weeks in wrestling, AEW delivered an electrifying episode of Dynamite on April 10th, promising an exclusive unveiling of backstage footage from the All-In event courtesy of The Young Bucks. The global anticipation surrounding this episode was palpable, with fans eager to witness the revelations.

As the episode unfolded, The Young Bucks took center stage, building anticipation for their upcoming clash against FTR at AEW Dynasty. While their match garnered considerable attention, it was the unveiling of the All-In footage that truly captivated the audience.

The footage depicted a heated altercation between Jack Perry and CM Punk, escalating to the point where Punk forcefully pushed Perry, sparking chaos backstage. The situation only de-escalated with the intervention of Samoa Joe and other backstage personnel, preventing further escalation.

According to insights shared by Wade Keller at, the decision to showcase the footage did not originate from the individuals involved in the segments. Contrary to speculation, it wasn’t The Young Bucks’ initiative but rather Tony Khan’s. Khan, the mastermind behind AEW, was reportedly adamant about airing the footage, despite reservations from other quarters.


“I’ve been checking with people in AEW and I have been told that this was not something The Bucks were in favor of doing. It wasn’t their idea, it was Tony Khan’s idea that he wanted this out there.”

However, Khan’s decision faced significant backlash, leading AEW to remove the footage from their YouTube channel. Many within the wrestling community have voiced their belief that airing the footage ultimately did more harm than good to AEW’s reputation.

The move has sparked discussion and debate among fans and pundits alike. Are you surprised by Tony Khan’s decision to showcase the footage? Share your thoughts in the comments section below as the conversation continues.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet, a professional wrestling fan for over 20+ years, found his passion during the Monday Night Wars. With expertise honed over decades and a broad spectrum of interests including TV, movies, anime, novels, and music, he offers insightful analysis and coverage. Respected in the industry, Subhojeet keeps fans informed and engaged with his knowledge and perspective.

Disqus Comments Loading...