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CM Punk Questions AEW’s Decision Of Introducing The TBS Women’s Championship

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• CM Punk Questions AEW’s Decision Of Introducing The TBS Women’s Championship

Just like the TNT Championship for men, the TBS Championship is coming for the women in All Elite Wrestling.

During a recent interview on My Mom’s Basement with Robbie Fox, AEW wrestler CM Punk questioned if AEW’s women’s division has enough depth for another women’s title.

Here’s what Punk said:

“I think if everybody has a Title and if everybody’s a Champion, then nobody’s a Champion. I think you got to be really careful with that, and I think TBS Title is even pushing it.

There’s already a Women’s Title. Do we have the depth in the women’s division? Do we have the depth in the men’s division to have a secondary title? I think it’s been doing pretty good so far.

I think Miro brought a lot of credibility to that (TNT) belt and stabilized it, and obviously, Kenny Omega is the AEW Champion. It’s kind of a touchy subject. I know in 2021 everybody wants to really extol the virtues of women’s wrestling, and this isn’t a knock. I married a women’s wrestler. I just wonder if we have the personnel to support a secondary or a title that’s on even footing with the Women’s Title.

I don’t know, and Trios (Titles), it’s the same thing. Yeah, there’s a lot of stables that have three people, and yeah, you can have me tag with Sting and Darby (Allin), but, again, if everybody’s a Champion, nobody’s a Champion.

There needs to be, in my opinion, less Titles, but we’ll see how it goes. I’m sure all the women will prove me wrong, and I’m okay with that. I think maybe instead of a another Women’s Title, maybe Women’s Tag belts, but then again, I don’t know. Women’s Tag belts before Trio belts, I’ll say that.”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Chavo Guerrero Jr. celebrates his 51st birthday today.

He is the son of “Chavo Classic” Chavo Guerrero Sr., who passed away in 2017, and the nephew of “Latino Heat” Eddie Guerrero, who passed away in 2005.

Chavo Guerrero Jr. wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1996 until the company was sold to Vince McMahon and then continued to wrestle for the World Wrestling Federation (later known as WWE) until 2011.

His biggest accomplishments are winning the WCW Cruiserweight Championship (2x), the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (4x), the WCW World Tag Team Championship, the WWE World Tag Team Championship (2x) and most famously the ECW World Heavyweight Championship.


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