The upstart promotion All Elite Wrestling has been in the media highlight for a number of wrong reasons after the fallout of their event, AEW All Out.
The event featured the crowning of a new AEW World Champion in CM Punk and AEW World Trios Champions, Kenny Omega, and the Young Bucks, Nick, and Matt Jackson. What looked to be a fresh start and direction for the creative regime of All Elite turned into a major uproar following the events that happened after the pay-per-view.
The punishment will be suspensions for every person involved in the AEW backstage altercation after All Out on Sunday.
CM Punk & Ace Steel will either be a-part of those suspensions or no longer with the company by the end of Wednesday.
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During the post-All Out media scrum, newly crowned AEW World Champion CM Punk took major shots at the AEW EVPs which led to an all-out brawl between the four Superstars, leaving the company’s President and General Manager Tony Khan with no choice but to take strict action in an effort to resolve the issue in the public eye.
It’s been reported that AEW has suspended Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks and more following the altercation that reportedly took place following AEW All Out.
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Appearing on the following edition of AEW Dynamite, Tony Khan announced that the AEW World and Trios titles have been vacated and a further statement released indicated that Punk, Omega, and the Bucks have been indefinitely suspended.
The only thing clear at the moment is that an internal third party is investigating the issue and the company plans to set things rights by proving that they are going by the book of the law.
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Other speculations suggest that legal action will be taken against these superstars for their misconduct before they can be cleared to step back inside the squared circle and get an opportunity to explain their intolerable actions at All Out.
Many Superstars on the AEW roster have sided with The Elite (Kenny Omega and Young Bucks considered as one of the most respectable factions behind the scenes and blamed the Best in the World CM Punk for being the locker room divider.
There is no clear direction at the moment for the return of these main event stars currently serving the suspension.