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Britt Baker Takes A Shot At CM Punk?

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• Britt Baker Takes A Shot At CM Punk?

The Wrestling Observer recently reported that there are talks within AEW to buy out CM Punk’s official contract, so he won’t have to return to the promotion again after what happened backstage at the All Out 2022 pay-per-view.

A fan then tweeted the following about Punk:

“Imagine that you’re CM Punk. You’ve had one of the most triumphant comebacks ever in the history of wrestling. You’ve been promoted as the star you never got to be in WWE. And within a year, you completely ostracize yourself, becoming so toxic that you’re not worth having around.”

Top AEW Star Chris Jericho agreed with the fan and liked this tweet. Below is a screenshot of it:

Chris Jericho Agrees With A Fan That CM Punk Is Toxic & Not Worth Having In AEW

It looks like former AEW Women’s World Champion Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. took a shot at Punk when she said the following during an appearance on the Swerve City podcast:

“I’m so sick and tired of hearing from people and reading online that our whole locker room is toxic.

What’s really toxic is when somebody thinks they’re bigger than the company. Or that the company needs them.

There’s literally no one in AEW that they need, other than Tony Khan to survive. Everybody can be replaced.”

Also Read: Triple H’s Stance On Bringing CM Punk To WWE Has Changed

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 26, 2008) – WWE Cyber Sunday 2008

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 26, 2008, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE Cyber Sunday 2008’ LIVE on PPV from the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Arizona.

This was the fifth and final annual Cyber Sunday (in 2004 & 2005 known as “Taboo Tuesday”) pay-per-view and it featured the WWE RAW, WWE SmackDown and ECW brands.

Old School WWF Legend The Honky Tonk Man challenged Santino Marella for the Intercontinental Championship and only won via Disqualification, which means that the title didn’t change hands.

Honky still holds the record for the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion in history.

Here are the PPV results:

No Holds Barred: Rey Mysterio defeated Kane

ECW Championship: Matt Hardy (c) defeated Evan Bourne

John Morrison and The Miz defeated Cryme Tyme

WWE Intercontinental Championship: The Honky Tonk Man defeated Santino Marella (c) by DQ

Last Man Standing: The Undertaker defeated Big Show

WWE Championship: Triple H (c) defeated Jeff Hardy

World Heavyweight Championship: Batista defeated Chris Jericho (c)

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