Colt Cabana addressed the fact that he hasn’t been seen on AEW television in months.
After AEW All Out concluded, CM Punk lit the world on fire with a tirade of comments aimed at the AEW EVP’s Adam Page, and his former friend Colt Cabana. Calling Cabana by his real name of Scott Colton, Punk insisted that he had nothing to do with the fellow Chicago native, and revealed details of the previous lawsuit between the two of them.
One of the other topics on CM Punk’s mind was the fact that some were speculating he was the one to get Cabana moved from AEW to ROH when Tony Khan purchased the latter company. Cabana’s absence from TV has been noted, but CM Punk insisted that he had nothing to do with that fact as he has nothing to do with the man at all. Tony Khan has also denied these rumors.
While he did compete in several matches to promote the new AEW Fight Forever game at Gamescom 2022 in Germany in August, Colt Cabana hasn’t been seen on AEW television since the March 4th episode of AEW Dark where he and Alan Angels lost to Butcher and the Blade.
During a recent Twitch stream a fan asked about the fact that Colt hasn’t been seen on Rampage or Dynamite in quite some time, and Cabana replied that it was an “odd question.” However, he doesn’t seem too bothered by his absence from TV as he made it clear that AEW is still paying the bills.
“My checks still say AEW so I don’t know what to tell you.”
Though he’s not been active on AEW TV, Colt Cabana did participate in both ROH pay-per-views that have aired under Tony Khan’s ownership. He’s also competed for a number of independent promotions including Freelance Wrestling, F1RST Wrestling, and UWN.