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Eddie Kingston Reacts To CM Punk’s Negative Comments About AEW

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Below are some top news stories of the day, involving CM Punk and the WWE Hall of Fame.

• During an interview with Adrian Hernandez, Eddie Kingston had the following to say about CM Punk’s negative comments about AEW this week:

“And? He don’t work for us. I don’t give a f**k. Honestly, he don’t work for us so I don’t care, that’s it. I’m not even mad. If it sounds like I’m mad this just the way I talk but no I don’t care. I don’t.

I know other people do but I really don’t give a f**k because he doesn’t work for AEW, that’s the way I look at it.

If he worked for AEW and did that, then I might feel a certain way for a little bit, and then I would just let it go and well, that’s Phil being Phil. Can’t control him, that’s his thing, he ain’t me and I ain’t him so I don’t care what he does.”

Punk defeated Kingston at the AEW Full Gear 2021 PPV.

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• As WrestleMania 40 looms closer, anticipation builds not just for the in-ring action but also for the star-studded array of attendees. Among the familiar faces slated to grace the event are some unexpected yet highly welcomed names from WWE’s past.

According to reports from PWInsider, two notable veterans, Jazz and Maryse, are set to make appearances during the WrestleMania festivities in Philadelphia. Jazz, renowned for her fierce presence in the ring, will be part of WWE World, a significant gathering for wrestling enthusiasts. Additionally, she’s slated to attend the prestigious Hall of Fame ceremony, adding a touch of nostalgia to the star-studded event.

Meanwhile, Maryse, known for her glamorous persona and memorable runs in WWE, is also expected to be in attendance during WrestleMania weekend, further enhancing the allure of the festivities.

In another exciting development, there have been rumblings of former ECW / WWE diva Dawn Marie’s potential appearance at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. If confirmed, this would mark Dawn Marie’s first involvement with WWE since her departure from the company back in 2005, adding an intriguing layer of nostalgia to the proceedings.

The presence of these iconic figures from WWE’s past underscores the rich history and enduring legacy of the sport. As fans eagerly await the Hall of Fame induction of Paul Heyman, a pivotal figure in wrestling history, the attendance of these esteemed individuals adds an extra layer of excitement to the highly anticipated event.


        
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