AEW Star Appears To Hit Back At CM Punk’s Recent Comments

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A new CM Punk interview is still hot off-the-presses and a member of The Elite coincidentally had a similar person on their mind.

Punk had a heavily hyped conversation with ESPN’s Marc Raimondi release on Friday and in it, he commented on newsworthy topics such as the All Out media scrum and his current non-relationship with The Elite, but did take a moment to spotlight his tension with Hangman Page.

Punk commented on his history with Page, stemming back from when Hangman went off-script during the May 25, 2022 episode of “AEW Dynamite” and then expressed his disappointment and apprehension when it came to their AEW World Title match at Double Or Nothing. Punk said “it poisoned everything for me, and it made it all really, really ugly.” Punk added that since then, “sh*t hasn’t been done about it,” but did say he wants to move past all the controversy entailing with that and the fight following the All Out scrum.

Following CM Punk’s Interview, One AEW Star Makes A Well-Timed Post

The wrestling media world hasn’t even had a full day to dissect all of the CM Punk interview when Nick Jackson took to his Instagram stories to also join in on the Hangman conversation. He tagged Page and shared a photo of Hangman doing his patented “outside-of-the-ring” moonsault with the following quote:

“Not only is he good at wrestling but he’s a better human being.”

The Young Bucks haven’t been afraid to stir the pot when it comes to their situation with CM Punk as The Elite did the stars’ signature moves on an episode of “Dynamite” and also covered up Punk’s face on the side of a production truck during a backstage segment. In a recent interview with Kenny McIntosh of Inside The Ropes, legendary wrestling manager Jim Cornette accused The Young Bucks of being “scared sh*tless” of Punk. Who knows how much (if any) of this continued drama is an elaborate work, but let the speculation continue.