AEW: Legal Issues Pending After Backstage Fight With CM Punk, Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, and Ace Steel
AEW’s circumstance in regards to CM Punk, the All Out post-show media scrum, and the supposed battle that occurred a short time later is a long way from being done, as per the Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer. For the individuals who missed it, Punk shot a few unstable remarks in the wake of bringing home back the AEW World Championship with respect to Hangman Page and the organization’s EVPs (Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks) for purportedly spreading misleads correspondents about how he attempted to drive Colt Cabana out of the organization.
“There’s kin who call themselves EVPs that ought to have been f — ing knew better,” Punk said. “This s — was nothing of them should be concerned about. I comprehend standing up for your f — ing companions, I f — ing get it. I stood up for that person (Cabana) more than anyone. I covered his bills until I didn’t. Furthermore, it was my choice not to.”
What occurred next has been accounted for on by various sources. Purportedly, Punk was defied by Omega and the Bucks in his storage space, punches were tossed, Ace Steel tossed a seat that got Nick Jackson in the attention and it took a huge gathering to at last split things up. Meltzer made sense of that there’s legitimate forthcoming from what occurred.
“No one’s permitted to talk or needs to talk since, indeed, they’re not permitted to talk since there are forthcoming legitimate issues in view of what occurred. It’s anything but work by any means, and you don’t have lawful issues, and cops run in there…it’s not work. That is without a doubt,” Meltzer made sense of. “There’s lawful individuals included. There are a ton of lawful circumstances included, and it tends to be extremely muddled. I believe that is one reason why nobody in AEW is permitted to discuss it and from an organization outlook, nobody is talking, yet they must sooner or later location it.”
Here are the full outcomes from Sunday’s All Out occasion. AEW gets back to pay-per-view with the Full Gear occasion on November 19 in Newark.
- (The opening shot) AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championships: Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo def. Ortiz and Ruby Soho
- (The opening shot) FTW Championship: Hook def. Angelo Parker
- (The opening shot) AEW All-Atlantic Championship: Pac def. Kip Sabian
- (The opening shot) Eddie Kingston def. Tomohiro Ishii
- Club Ladder Match: “The Joker” wins
- AEW World Trios Championship Tournament Finals: The Elite def. Executioner Page and The Dark Order
- AEW TBS Championship: Jade Cargill def. Athena
- Wardlow and FTR def. Jay Lethal and The Motor City Machine Guns
- Stalwart Hobbs def. Ricky Starks
- AEW World Tag Team Championships: Swerve In Our Glory def. The Acclaimed
- In-between time AEW Women’s World Championship: Toni Storm def. Dr. Britt Baker, Jamie Hayter and Hikaru Shida
- Christian Cage def. Wilderness Boy
- Chris Jericho def. Bryan Danielson
- Darby Allin, Sting and Miro def. The House of Black
- AEW World Championship: CM Punk def. Jon Moxley