CM Punk was released by AEW this month after a physical altercation with Jack Perry at AEW All In.
However, he is now ready to move on with his life. After the altercation, Punk reportedly lunged at AEW President Tony Khan.
Punk provided guest commentary at Friday’s Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) event, marking his first public appearance since being fired from AEW. He noted that he had a lot of free time on his hands.
According to Haus of Wrestling, Punk has no litigation pending against Khan after being released, and he is looking to avoid further litigation and move on with his life.
It’s unclear whether AEW and Khan are considering litigation against Punk. Regarding a potential WWE return, it’s still unclear whether the company or Punk is interested in that.
However, multiple sources made it clear that they saw “WWE and Punk working together as a possibility if good business can be done.”
CM Punk, a former professional wrestler, was recently released by All Elite Wrestling (AEW) following a physical altercation with Jack Perry at the AEW All In event. However, Punk is now ready to move on with his life and put the incident behind him.
After the altercation, it was reported that Punk had lunged at AEW President Tony Khan. This incident led to his release from the company. Despite this setback, Punk made his first public appearance since being fired from AEW as a guest commentator at the Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) event. During the event, he mentioned that he now has a lot of free time on his hands.
According to Haus of Wrestling, Punk does not have any pending litigation against Khan after his release from AEW. He is looking to avoid further legal battles and focus on moving forward. It remains unclear whether AEW and Khan are considering litigation against Punk in response to the altercation.
As for a potential return to WWE, it is still uncertain whether the company or Punk himself is interested in that possibility. However, multiple sources have indicated that there is a chance of WWE and Punk working together if it proves to be good for business.
The incident between Punk and Perry at AEW All In has caused quite a stir in the wrestling community. Fans and industry insiders are eagerly watching to see how the situation unfolds and whether any further actions will be taken by either party involved.
CM Punk has had a storied career in professional wrestling, making a name for himself in WWE before leaving the company in 2014. He then pursued other ventures, including a stint in mixed martial arts with the UFC. His return to wrestling with AEW was highly anticipated by fans, but this recent incident has put his future in the industry in question.
Regardless of what lies ahead for CM Punk, it is clear that he is determined to move on from the altercation and focus on the next chapter of his life. Only time will tell what that next chapter will entail and whether he will find success and fulfillment in the wrestling world once again.