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Chris Jericho Not Open To Working With CM Punk Again?

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• Chris Jericho Not Open To Working With CM Punk Again?

After suffering a triceps injury and getting suspended for the backstage fight at the All Out 2022 PPV, CM Punk is ready to return to AEW.

According to Fightful Select, current plan is for Punk to return on the June 21st episode of Dynamite at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. AEW President Tony Khan wants to announce his return in advance and not keep it a surprise.

Punk is hoping to work with The Elite (Kenny Omega & Young Bucks), but there has been no contact between both sides.

There’s also a meeting planned between Punk and Chris Jericho, to see if working together is a possibility. For those who don’t know, Jericho (who is a locker room leader in AEW from day 1) confronted Punk after the All Out fight and Punk told him it’s none of his business. Punk recently called Jericho a “liar & stooge” on Instagram.

A fan posted a photo of Jericho & Punk doing commentary together on Rampage and asked Y2J the following:

“Chris Jericho, correct me if I am wrong but you’ve always been willing to work with everyone and you always do what’s best for business. People are foolish to suggest otherwise.”

Jericho replied:

“Not everyone.”

Was this a hint that Jericho doesn’t want to work with Punk again?

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• Old School WWF Diva Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School WWF Attitude Era Diva Lita (Real name: Amy Dumas) turns 48 today.

After being trained in Mexico and becoming a valet in Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling under the name “Miss Congeniality”, Lita joined the World Wrestling Federation in 2000 and instantly became the valet of Essa Rios, and later The Hardy Boyz, which led to a real life romance and relationship with Matt Hardy, that lasted for a couple of years.

During the late Attitude Era, Lita also evolved into a professional wrestler, who eventually ended up winning the WWF/E Women’s Championship on 4 occasions until her semi-retirement in 2006.

She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014 by fellow Attitude Era Diva Trish Stratus.


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