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Tony Khan Confirms Backstage Incident At AEW All In

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In the final match of the AEW All In Zero Hour, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry lost the FTW Championship to HOOK.

During the match, Perry hit a Rolling Thunder on HOOK off the top of his Limousine while he was lying on the hood of the car.

After the spot, Perry said:

“Real glass. Go cry me a river!”

This was a shot at CM Punk as a few months ago, Perry wanted to use real glass in a taped segment on AEW Collision, but Punk was against it and stopped Perry from using it because he thought Perry wanted to use real glass in the segment so that he wouldn’t have to come to work the next week.

This had caused heat between Punk and Perry.

Perry was going backstage and Punk was coming out for his Real AEW World Championship match against Samoa Joe immediately after the Zero Hour.

As noted before, Fightful Select reported that Perry had a physical altercation with Punk when he went backstage. The altercation reportedly involved physicality and a lot of yelling.

PWInsider Elite reported that Punk “went after” or even “hit” Perry.

Fightful Select shared an update in which one side of the story claims that Perry approached Punk backstage and “stepped in his face” and “bumped” Punk. Punk was said to have then pushed Perry.

Perry allegedly “came at Punk and got choked.”

PWInsider later reported that Punk was still at the Wembley Stadium after his match, but Jack Perry was ordered to leave the venue.

During the AEW All In media scrum, AEW President Tony Khan confirmed that there was a physical altercation backstage at AEW All In. He said he can’t go into details about it yet as it’s currently under investigation.

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