AEW confirmed today that they will launch the AEW Collision program on June 17. The two-hour program will air on TNT.
It’s been reported the show will be built around the returning CM Punk, and there will be a hard roster split.
As seen below, Jimmy Traina of Sports Illustrated noted the initial AEW press release announcing the show’s premiere included CM Punk. However, the mention of Punk was deleted.
Warner Bros. Discovery told Connor Casey of ComicBook.com, “CM Punk is not affiliated with TNT’s AEW Collision.”
WBD’s press release headline for the AEW Collision announcement originally mentioned CM Punk and other wrestlers, which you can see in the cached listing (left) before it was edited (right).
h/t to @JimmyTraina for noticing pic.twitter.com/VUzkvjzbh1
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) May 17, 2023
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