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Jul 29, 2021
Along with CM Punk’s rumors on AEW, the company made several references to the former WWE star on Dynamite last night. News broke last week that CM Punk and AEW were in talks about a return to wrestling and it is widely believed that a deal is in place. All signs point to WWE icon joining AEW AEW Rampage will debut on August 13. It was announced on Dynamite that the following week, Rampage will stage “The First Dance” at the United Center in Chicago. Of course, Chicago is Punk’s hometown where he has a voracious fan base. The mere mention of the news made the North Carolina crowd burst into CM Punk chants. In order for AEW to reserve an arena the size of the United Center, which is much larger than its usual arenas, it must have a surprise in reserve and a raffle to help sell the tickets. It’s a sure bet that is Punk. Shortly after this announcement came an interview segment with Darby Allin and Sting. The first made it clear who he was talking about. The way Darby Allin delivers that last line is KILLER. “Even if you * think * that you are the best in the world …” If we get Punk & Allin, that’s what I’m here for. pic.twitter.com/xoYyVYjXsR “I’ll be in Chicago,” Allin began. “You know, I’ve been around a lot of men in this world who said they were the greatest. “There’s only one place you can really prove it – here at AEW. Even if you think you are the best in the world. Could Allin be Punk’s first feud? It would make sense in many ways. Sting gets to work with Punk, Allin and Punk are both straight edge, they have never worked together; there are a multitude of reasons that would make sense for artists to be excited and for fans. The first game of the night on Dynamite also contained a subtle nod to Punk, 42. The Elite took on Hangman Page and The Dark Order with Page looking for a title and during the fight we saw Nick Jackson use one of Punk’s iconic moves – a running knee in the corner followed by a Bulldog. . All the stars line up with Chicago and CM Punk in AEW In a very subtle final reference to CM Punk, MJF opened his closing promo for the night with a nod to Punk’s famous “pipe bomb” promo where he paraphrased Punk’s immortal lyrics to Cena where he gave him asked to listen to him as he lay down. the ring in an incredible amount of pain. Jericho took on the role of Cena on this occasion, but there is no doubt that the AEW mentions were deliberate and well thought out. While fans might just think they’re having fun, there’s no way they’ll tease so much if they didn’t have something fixed with Punk. All the offers in Chicago make this a virtual lock. .