CM Punk Original Plans for All Out 2023 Revealed ! Right now The Second City Saint finds himself suspended from All Elite Wrestling after a backstage alternation with Jack Perry this last weekend at AEW All In London 2023.
This means that both men will miss this week’s AEW events in Chicago including Saturdays tapings of AEW Collision as well as AEW ALL OUT 2023 Pay-per-view.
Fightful Select revealed the original plans for CM Punk. Which was likely to happen this Sunday at AEW All Out pay-per-view. With indicating that a match with Ricky Starks was in the works. They’d note :
“Several readers inquired asking if Ricky Starks was injured. We’ve confirmed that he’s not, and was always planned to remain on television. with several ideas for him on the table. However, he wasn’t set to be booked for AEW All In, so the storyline made sense from that perspective.
He was discussed for a big match at AEW All Out – against CM Punk. One of the matches on the table was CM Punk vs. Ricky Starks for the AEW Real Worlds Championship, which would have followed up their series of matches that went down this summer.
From what we’ve heard it likely would have been the main event. There’s no word on the status of the match now that CM Punk was Suspended after his physical altercation with Jack Perry.”
What we do know is that Ricky stars is said to take part in a segment with Ricky Steamboat. Which is scheduled for Saturday Night Collision. Where he would challenge Ricky Steamboat for a strap match at Upcoming ALL OUT pay-per-view.
It is interesting to see. Will a match between Ricky Starks and Ricky Steamboat eventually happen? Or will there be any other challengers? We’ll be covering more on this so stay tuned and remember…the home of professional wrestling is All Elite Wrestling! For more updates follow AEWHindi.com.
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