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AEW Employee Fined For Cursing During CM Punk Segment On This Week’s Dynamite

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• AEW Employee Fined For Cursing During CM Punk Segment On This Week’s Dynamite

On this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, AEW World Champion Jon Moxley left an open contract in the ring for someone to sign and face him for the Title at All Out.

After Moxley left the ring, AEW Producer Ace Steel came out and took the contract.

Later in the night, CM Punk was doubting himself. This is when Ace Steel came out and slapped Punk, and told Punk to keep fighting and gave him the Open Contract for All Out.

Punk signed the contract and will face Jon Moxley for the AEW World Title this Sunday.

During this segment, Steel used a cuss word when he said:

“Life isn’t about how many times you get knocked down, it’s how many times you get up, and you f**king get up!”

You can watch it below:

According to PWInsider, Steel paid a fine for this:

“Talents were informed that Steel immediately returned backstage after the promo and took responsibility for the error.

He agreed to a fine, which was paid and according to communication from the company, will be donated to a charity.”

Also Read: “It’s hard to keep up with what’s going on” – Jim Ross On CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 2, 1985) – NWA Battle of the Belts

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 2, 1985, CWF Championship Wrestling From Florida aired ‘NWA Battle of the Belts’ LIVE on broadcast syndication TV from the Spartan Sports Center in Tampa, Florida.

This was the first of 3 ‘NWA Battle of the Belts’ events, promoted by the CWF promotion.

The results from that night:

Hector & Chavo Guerrero beat Rip Oliver & Grappler

Cocoa Samoa pinned Rip Rogers

Florida Title: Kendall Windham pinned Jack Hart

Southern Champ Rick Rude pinned Billy Jack Haynes

AWA Tag Championship: The Road Warriors (c) wrestled Harley Race & Stan Hansen to a double-count-out

Nick Bockwinkel pinned Frankie Lane

Two out of three falls: NWA World Champ Ric Flair beat Wahoo McDaniel

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