REPORT: CM Punk Had No Plans To Take Legal Action Against AEW

A recent report from Haus of Wrestling indicates that CM Punk has shown no inclination to pursue legal action against his former company, despite his termination and claims made by Khan about feeling threatened during the infamous backstage incident at All In. It appears that Punk is now exhaling a “sigh of relief” after navigating the daily drama at AEW, with no apparent desire to rekindle any legal disputes.

CM Punk’s contract with Khan and AEW was terminated on September 2, just one day prior to All Out in Chicago. Punk has largely remained quiet about his situation post-firing. However, during a Caged Fury Fighting Championship broadcast, his fellow commentator, John Morgan, playfully suggested that Punk returned to broadcasting at CFFC 125 “with cause.” Later in the program, Punk mentioned that he would have some free time in the coming two months to engage in more work with CFFC.

While speculation swirls that Punk might not be finished with professional wrestling, the timing of his availability coincides with WWE’s upcoming Survivor Series event in Chicago. Nevertheless, other promotions have their sights set on the wrestling star as well. IMPACT Wrestling, with whom Punk has a history, reportedly holds a strong interest in bringing him aboard. The NWA has also expressed a warm welcome to Punk, and MLW’s connection to the former AEW Champion dates back to 2002, further fueling the speculation around his potential future in wrestling.

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