CM Punk’s dog was damaged during the altercation at AEW All Out

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backstage of All Elite Wrestling gave what to talk about after the pay-per-view All Out 2022. After a series of statements to the press, CM Punk He took the negative approval of the executive vice presidents Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks, ending in a possible physical altercation where Punk’s trainer Ace Steel was also involved.

In the last hours, it was revealed that the backstage of All Elite Wrestling began to discuss the possible return of The Elite to their administrative positions. This opened the mystery much more regarding the future of CM Punk in the company, who would have been disadvantaged in the internal discussions. However, a new report from the fighter’s team denied the existence of those talks.

the news portal WrestlingINC spoke directly with the team that represents CM Punk. They assured that AEW has not communicated with the fighter at any time since the incident in All Out. The same source confirmed that there is a “pact of silence” between AEW and Punk to which the latter agreed without any problem to avoid further legal incidents in the short term.

On the other hand, the CM Punk team revealed that Larry suffered an accidental blow during the conflict. Punk’s dog was hit with the door to the wrestler’s dressing room when The Elite pushed it to enter, losing several teeth in the process. This benefits the situation of CM Punk, since Illinois law allows for a violent response if one of the members of a household is physically affected (including pets).

Finally, they mentioned the discrepancies between CM Punk and Adam Page as a key factor in this situation. Sources noted that there were several concerns regarding the development of the title match at Double or Nothing 2022, and there were fears that either party would start a real fight in the ring.

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