Several AEW suspensions lifted

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Several AEW suspensions lifted

AEW has already lifted several suspensions for some executives and wrestlers of the company. The violent brawl that broke out in the locker room between CM Punk and members of the Elite led to severe disciplinary measures with long suspensions for athletes and guilty officials.

The fight would have been sparked by the words CM Punk during the post All Out press conference where he heavily criticized the Elite, Hangman Adam Page and Colt Cabana. During the backstage turmoil where several punches started, Ace Steel is said to have even bitten Kenny Omega.

Several AEW suspensions lifted

In addition to CM Punk and the Elite, Pat Buck and Ace Steel, the two AEW executives who had tried to quell the brawl, were also suspended, but only Buck would return to his work. The same goes for the suspensions of Christopher Daniels, Brandon Cutler and Michael Nakazawa which according to the Fightful Select and the Wrestling Observer would have been revoked.

At the moment, therefore, only the main protagonists of the CM Punk affair, Ace Steel, Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks remain suspended, of all of them there is still no news on their possible return on-screen. During the Dynamite episode, therefore, the main AEW title and the Trios titles were both declared vacant.

The former was held by CM Punk while the latter was recently won by the Young Bucks and Kenny Omega. Since then, the Trios titles have been won by the Death Triangle as Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley will meet at Dynamite Grand Slam to determine the new AEW champion.

In fact, the chaos in AEW continues with numerous rumors and rumors regarding this issue. The delicate post-All Out story has also temporarily closed the famous online column 'Being the Elite', where the Young Bucks and Kenny Omega used to talk about the AEW, also revealing its birth in January 2019.

The weekly series will take this way a pause for the moment, most likely until calm can return to Tony Khan's company. Former WWE and current AEW star Lance Archer has taken to Twitter to tease a return to All Elite Wrestling after being away from the promotion for the majority of the summer.

"Return is inevitable! Resistance is futile! #EveryBodyDies #AEWRampage" said @LanceHoyt. Dutch Mantell claimed that Khan lost control of his locker room and the only way for him to regain respect was to fire people instead of handing out suspensions.

"I think he's [Tony Khan] lost really the respect of the dressing room. I hope he hasn't and he may have a way to bring it back, I hope he does."