CM Punk thanks his fans

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CM Punk thanks his fans

365 days have already passed since CM Punk's sensational debut in AEW. After spending 7 years away from the world of wrestling, throwing jabs at WWE multiple times, and attempting a short career in the UFC, the Chicago native has decided to sign with Tony Khan's company.

His debut, which quickly became viral, took place in the episode of Rampage on August 20, 2021, live from the United Center in Chicago. Building completely "sold out" without the presence of Punk having been explicitly announced, but only "teased"

Punk wanted to celebrate the anniversary of his debut by posting some photos of the best moments he had in AEW, accompanied by the following message: "A year ago the best year of my career began. So many great moments, there is no space to post all the images.

A reinvigorated passion, new friends and a reunion with old acquaintances. I can't stop smiling and won't stop until the wheels drop. Thanks to all the fans who made it possible. I'm having the best time of my life."

CM Punk is a true champion

CM Punk has repeatedly declared that he returned to love the world of Pro-Wrestling thanks to AEW. His comment on social media clashes, however, with the rumors of recent days that his attitude is creating a real rift within the backstage of Tony Khan's Company.

Apparently, the current AEW World Champion went out of the script at Dynamite, brought up Adam "Hangman" Page in his promo, and showed his frustrations to Tony Khan. Meanwhile, next week at Dynamite there will be a match between Punk and Moxley valid to unify the titles and decree the one and only champion.

Despite this surprise announcement (perhaps as a matter of audience), the plans for All Out have not changed: the two will also clash in the main event of the PPV, scheduled for Sunday 4 September in Chicago (the same day will also be held NXT Worlds Collide).

WWE legend Booker T boldly claimed that CM Punk won't be able to go back to his younger self during the course of his AEW career. "One thing about father time, it waits for no man. To get back in that ring and perform and try to pull off some of the old CM Punk maneuvers from yesteryear, those days might be over," Booker said.

"CM Punk had a little bit of trouble with some of the stuff he tried to pull off before that injury. And it's been a few botches so I don't something like that is gonna help him or anything like that. May wanna think about changing that style up and becoming a heel," he added.