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CM Punk Indirectly Says He Wants To Squash His Feud With The Elite & Return To AEW

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• CM Punk Indirectly Says He Wants To Squash His Feud With The Elite & Return To AEW

CM Punk hasn’t appeared in AEW since the backstage fight with The Elite (Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks) at the All Out 2022 pay-per-view.

During a recent interview with Sean Ross Sapp, Dax Harwood revealed that Punk read Steve Kiern’s book and it made him miss wrestling.

Someone posted about this on Instagram and Punk left the following comment under the post:

“Great story about Gator and Koko fighting in the locker room and then Lawler drags em in the office the next day and they squash it. Fascinating.”

According to the Wrestling Observer, Punk wants to return to All Elite Wrestling and that’s why he posted this comment:

“He brought up when Steve Kerin was in Memphis, he got into a fight with Koko B. Ware and he said that (Jerry) Lawler sat them down and that was it. It appears that he was trying to say that in wrestling in the past there’s fights. That situation was completely different.

What it says is that he wants back in. Which we’ve already known, other people have said that too, that he’s looking to get back in. It’s up to Tony (Khan) and Tony’s gonna make a decision at some point.

He’s probably just about ready, if not ready already, from the torn triceps, so it is one of those things that he can do soon enough. It’s a tough decision.

Every situation is different and it’s a decision that Tony’s going to have to make, but people who are like you want him back.”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Hiroyoshi Tenzan (Real name: Hiroyoshi Yamamoto) celebrates his 52nd birthday today.

The Puroresu Legend started his career in 1991 for the same promotion he’s still wrestling for nowadays, New Japan Pro Wrestling.

Though most North-American Wrestling fans probably remember him for his time in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1995-1998) during the famous days of the Monday Night War.

He was a member of the famous New World Order (nWo) faction in WCW and also joined the nWo Japan stable in NJPW.


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