Report Claims Jack Perry Not The Only AEW Star CM Punk Had Backstage Issue With At All In, Others Claim Story Isn’t True

Report Claims Jack Perry Not The Only AEW Star CM Punk Had Backstage Issue With At All In, Others Claim Story Isn’t True AEW

UPDATE 3: The hilarious real story of what happened between CM Punk and Miro has been revealed – get caught up at this link.

UPDATE 2: CM Punk reportedly “confronted” Tony Khan in a “heated, intense” situation – read more here.

UPDATE 1: PWInsider has added to its report that there were “words exchanged” between CM Punk and Miro, but nothing physical. Punk and Miro actually traveled to Wembley in a car together with Brody King.

A report has claimed there was an incident involving CM Punk and another AEW star after the altercation with Jack Perry had taken place, but others claim the story isn’t true.

The Perry altercation has led to both men being suspended by AEW, and you can get caught up on it at this link.

According to Bryan Alvarez on Wrestling Observer Live, there was also an issue between Punk and Miro.

Alvarez’s recount described that when Punk went backstage after his match with Samoa Joe, which itself was right after the Perry incident, Miro asked Punk what had happened with Perry.

Alvarez said this resulted in an argument where Punk essentially asked Miro if Miro had a problem with him now and if he wanted to “step outside”.

There was no stepping outside and Punk was taken to the trainer’s room, and as mentioned in the previous Perry story, left the show soon after.

It is worth mentioning though, that PWInsider reports that several sources have told them that there wasn’t an altercation between Miro and Punk after Punk’s match with Samoa Joe.

Nick Hausman of Haus of Wrestling is also reporting he’s been told the Miro story isn’t true.

So once again, this seems to be a case of some people in AEW leaking something and others claiming the opposite.

Alvarez also explained that this ordeal has really affected backstage morale.

AEW has Dynamite, Collision and All Out all in Chicago this week, but it seems Punk’s suspension will prevent him from being on the shows in his hometown.

We’ll keep you posted with any further details that emerge.

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3 weeks ago by Liam Winnard


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