Miro and CM Punk: AEW's Mutual Respect


Miro and CM Punk: AEW's Mutual Respect
Miro and CM Punk: AEW's Mutual Respect

Miro's highly anticipated return to the AEW stage during the debut episode of "AEW Collision" was undoubtedly a highlight of the event. However, it was former AEW World Champion CM Punk who stole the headlines with his much-awaited comeback.

During an interview on "Good Karma Wrestling," Miro shed light on his professional relationship with Punk and expressed his admiration for the fellow wrestler. "I get along with him fine. I think every time we talked, I feel like we have a mutual respect.

I've never had anything bad with him, but everybody hears a whole bunch of things," Miro revealed. He also expressed his confusion regarding the criticism directed at Punk, stating, "If you're not happy with something, just do whatever you want to do and then go cry in your mansion.

I don't understand all the lashing out, but everybody's responsible for their own actions."

Punk's Controversial Absence

Miro's reference to the "whole bunch of things" alludes to the controversies surrounding Punk. Speculation has been rampant, particularly regarding Punk's attitude since the All Out event and the subsequent incidents during the post-show media scrum.

Fans and pundits alike have been eager to unravel the events that led to Punk's absence, which was attributed to both a backstage altercation and an injury sustained during his match earlier that night. Miro's return on "Collision" showcased his dominance as he swiftly dispatched Tony Nese.

Prior to this comeback, the Bulgarian Brute had been noticeably absent from AEW television since the All Out pay-per-view in September. This absence, apart from a brief period away due to injury, had left fans curious and yearning for an explanation.

With Miro's return signaling his renewed presence in the AEW landscape and Punk's highly-anticipated comeback generating immense excitement, fans are eagerly awaiting future interactions between the two charismatic performers. The mutual respect they share promises to add an intriguing dynamic to the already captivating world of AEW wrestling.

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