• CM Punk & The Elite’s Side Of The Story About Their Backstage Fight Revealed
As seen on last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Tony Khan stripped CM Punk of the AEW World Championship and The Elite (Kenny Omega & Young Bucks) of the AEW World Trios Championship.
Fightful Select has now released information regarding the backstage fight at All Out 2022. Below are the highlights:
CM Punk & Ace Steel’s side of the story:
– Young Bucks “pounded” on CM Punk’s locker room door after the All Out media scrum.
– After Punk didn’t answer, Young Bucks “kicked the door down”.
– Ace Steel’s wife was in the room and that’s what “set him off”. He threw a chair that hit Nick Jackson in the eye and then bit Kenny Omega, as he was trying to protect his wife.
– The fight was said to be “very long”.
The Elite’s side of the story:
– Young Bucks did go to Punk’s locker room, but didn’t kick the door down. They simply opened the door to have a conversation with Punk, like Punk suggested during the media scrum.
– Before Matt Jackson could say a word, Punk began throwing sucker punches at Matt’s head.
– When Nick tried to intervene, Steel threw a chair that hit Nick in the eye.
– Omega then took Larry (Punk’s dog) away from the situation as he was barking and going crazy, and handed him to Steel’s wife. Omega then tried to pull Steel away from Jackson, which led to Steel biting Omega and pulling his hair.
– Punk’s side made legal threats to The Elite.
– The fight went on for about 6 minutes, before security broke it up.
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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Legend Raven (Real name: Scott Levy) turns 58 today.
After working for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as Scotty Flamingo (1992-1993), he joined the World Wrestling Federation as Johnny Polo (1993-1994).
After those stints, Levy created the ‘Raven’ character, a character he developed in Eastern Championship Wrestling / Extreme Championship Wrestling (1994-1997 & 1999-2000), World Championship Wrestling (1997-1999) and the World Wrestling Federation, later known as World Wrestling Entertainment (2000-2003).
His last major runs came for TNA Total Nonstop Wrestling, a promotion now known as iMPACT Wrestling, where Raven wrestled from 2003 until 2008 and also in 2009-2010.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY RAVEN!