CM Punk Vs Darby Allin Is Happening At AEW All Out
On September 5, the All Out Pay-Per-View has got an extra match… the only one involving CM Punk. Cm Punk Vs Darby Allin is on at AEW All Out. During his return to the opening segment of Rampage, CM Punk specifically mentioned Darby Allin. Sting and Punk put Allin on top of Allin to be as tough as the Chicago crowd, which featured Allin hanging on the ceiling.
Addressing him, Punk said, “There’s nothing you can’t do wrestling with is more dangerous than CM Punk. Except for wrestling CM Punk in Chicago.” The former champion then issued a challenge to Allin for at AEW All Out. Tickets for AEW All Out went up soon after the match was announced, with the cheapest being around $300 going up to $8,000.
This will be CM Punk’s first wrestling match on pay-per-view since the January 2014 WWE Royal Rumble. CM Punk left WWE after the show. Punk was very emotional thanking the fans of Chicago. Punk said he’s listened to fans for 7 years and has a lot to say about future episodes of Rampage and Dynamite. He said he’s not going anywhere.
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Why He Returns To Pro Wrestling
He said that he could never recover if he stayed in the same place (WWE) that made him sick in the first place. Punk opened up about his Ring of Honor release in 2005. He said that he cried when he left ROH because he helped create a place where people could learn and develop their craft and enjoy pro wrestling.
Punk said that he was crying because he was leaving a place (WWE) he loved and moving to the next place was not easy. CM Punk said it was 2005 when he left pro wrestling and on August 20, 2021.
Punk said that he was back because he wanted to work with enthusiastic young talent and there were some scores to be settled. CM Punk named Darby Allin, who was in the raft with Sting. Punk praised Allin for being tough on some crazy things. Punk said that he wants to help Allin because there is nothing more dangerous than fighting CM Punk. He has said that he will see Allin and Sting live on-demand on AEW All Out on September 5.
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Dream Comes True at AEW All Out
Is this a dream match that AEW fans didn’t know they wanted? It certainly seems so. Maybe it’s because of Punk’s absence from the business, which has caused a lot of fantasy bookings to end in recent years. The idea of punk vs someone from Tony Khan’s company was just wishful thinking on the part of fans and nothing more.
But the prospect of CM Punk stepping into the AEW ring has now become so real that it seems almost certain. Combine that with Darby calling out Punk on live TV and suddenly, wishful thinking has turned into something else. Perhaps this is the ideal dream match for Punk.
Darby Allin doesn’t look like a pro wrestler. The same was once said about CM Punk. Darby is too young and the little guys don’t take money or ratings. Once again, the same was said of punk. The fact that the two men have more in common that probably no one has ever realized. But what makes this matchup so intriguing isn’t their similarities, it’s their differences.
Darby has really thrown himself into his work. Every pro wrestler takes every opportunity to step into the ring. But for Darby, it’s his level of risk that makes him who he is. He is absolutely fearless and he is undeniably driven. Darby Allin is on a mission to prove that he belongs and he will stop at nothing to make it happen. Despite how many fans make him happy and how many times he is given her due, it will never be enough. He’s an adrenaline junkie and has to get his fix.
Build Up Of CM Punk Vs Darby Allin
CM Punk had been at the center of online fan speculation due to rumors of a possible signing with AEW. The man once known as The Voice of the Voiceless has remained silent on the matter, which is understandable. Punk loves to have fun with fans on social media and in such a situation, he is definitely taking everyone’s guess.
No one knows for sure outside of punk and AEW. But AEW Rampage will go live in Punk’s hometown of Chicago on August 20. Darby has teased this already and the fact that the situation is surrounding suggests that Punk’s arrival is imminent. All signs seem to point to it, just as all signs point to Darby vs. Punk. So is this going to happen?
That notion just screams “CM Punk”. Punk’s entire career has happened on his own terms, in his own way. Punk screwed up the system because he felt that no one knew his business like him. No one could step into his world and tell him how to live in it. He himself made these decisions. Whenever Punk found himself in a bad position, he changed it. He found a way to survive.
AEW started loading up on talent and went on. CM Punk was not involved and that was okay. In the end, the company didn’t seem to need him. Fast forward to 2021 and it can very well be said that AEW no longer needs him. The fact is that AEW, despite all the criticism and all the criticism from WWE fans, seems to be doing just fine.
It’s now been seven years since Punk is gone and in that time, every possible dream match could be imagined. This is especially true of AEW’s roster. Punk vs. Kenny Omega, Jon Moxley, and MJF, of course, have all been discussed. But what about CM Punk vs Darby Allin, September 5.
Where To Watch AEW ALL OUT
You can’t watch AEW All Out live stream with the app you want, you’re not out of luck. With a virtual private network or VPN, you can surf the web from your home town, and access the same streaming services you’ve already paid for. Not sure which VPN is right for you? We have tested many different services and our pick for the best VPN overall is ExpressVPN. It offers great speeds and excellent customer service.
If You are an American from the USA you can also watch AEW All Out. The thing about non-WWE PPVs is that they always cost more. AEW All Out 2021 is no exception, priced at $50. You can order the AEW All Out 2021 live stream from the Bleacher Report app.
The Bleacher Report app has apps on Roku and mobile devices and can be viewed on the web. “There will be more connected platforms available this week,” Bleacher Report says, which we expect include Apple tvOS, Fire TV, and more.
Full Match Card Of AEW ALL OUT
- AEW Championship: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage.
- CM Punk vs. Darby Allin (with Sting).
- Chris Jericho vs. MJF.
- AEW TNT Championship: Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston.
- Paul White vs. QT Marshall.
- AEW Women’s Championship: Britt Baker D.M.D. vs. Kris Stadtlander.
- Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima.
- Steel Cage AEW Tag Team Championship match: The Young Bucks (c) vs. The Lucha Brothers.
- Women’s Casino Battle Royale.