Wrestler, commentator, actor, and former MMA fighter Phillip Jack Brooks (born October 26, 1978) is better known by his ring name, CM Punk. Formerly two-time AEW World Champion and currently sidelined due to suspension following a backstage altercation, he is signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW).
In addition to working for CFFC, he will be commentating on events for Cage Fury Fighting. His 434-day reign as WWE Champion is the sixth longest in the history of the championship. He is best remembered for his time spent in WWE.
Even if CM Punk finds a job, we can assume he won’t be wrestling anytime soon. While defending his title against Jon Moxley on Sunday, the AEW World Champion reportedly got hurt. This was reported by Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer.
The injury, thought to be the result of a tope performed during the match, is said to be serious, and the AEW World title situation “has to be changed and addressed tonight,” regardless of the fallout from the post-show comments from Punk.
which led to a locker room brawl between Punk, Ace Steel, Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, and Nick Jackson, with AEW talent relations members Michael Nakazawa, Pat Buck, and Christopher Daniels also intervening. Steel-bit Omega and a chair were hurled during the brawl.
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Due to the event, suspensions have been handed out to Steel, Omega, the Jacksons, Nakazawa, Daniels, and Buck, while Punk’s future is uncertain. Megha Parekh, AEW’s Chief Legal Officer, overheard the argument.
After an injury-plagued summer and a string of temporary champions, AEW is almost certain to produce a new world champion once again regardless of the consequences. It was necessary to declare an AEW Interim Women’s World Champion because Thunder Rosa announced she would not be able to defend her title at All Out, therefore Jon Moxley became AEW Interim World Champion in Punk’s absence. As of right now, the temporary champion status belongs to Toni Storm.
Former champions Moxley and Chris Jericho, as well as Casino Ladder Match victor MJF, will all be appearing on tonight’s “AEW Dynamite,” and all three men are expected to stake a claim to the world title at some point throughout the show.
Punk declared his signing of a multi-fight contract with MMA promotion UFC (UFC). His response to the Las Vegas Sun’s inquiry on whether he would compete using his ring name or given name was: “With CM Punk’s help, I was able to get this far. To put it simply, that’s the general consensus. So far, I’ve been attempting to maintain that. I won’t avoid the topic. I feel no shame about it.” It’s CM Punk, and he goes by that name in the UFC.
Punk started training at Duke Roufus‘s Roufusport Mixed Martial Arts Academy in January 2015. Even though he still has his Chicago residence, Punk relocated to Milwaukee in June 2015 to be closer to the Roufusport gym. Punk’s move to the welterweight category was later confirmed.
An injury to Punk’s shoulder, disclosed by Roufus in October 2015, pushed out the start of his UFC career until 2016. Punk was scheduled to compete in his debut professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fight against Mickey Gall on February 6, 2016, but he was sidelined after being diagnosed with a herniated disc and subsequently undergoing surgery.
On September 10 at UFC 203, Punk made his debut in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and in MMA, taking on Mickey Gall. CM Punk departed WWE and retired from professional wrestling at the Quicken Loans Arena, where this event took place. In the opening minute of the fight, Punk was brought down and submitted with a rear naked choke. he received $500,000 in compensation, all of which was made public.
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