CM Punk’s remark about having numerous time on his palms for the following two months throughout his return to MMA commentary final Friday (Sept. 15) obtained lots of people pondering he’d simply revealed the size of his AEW non-compete.
It led Haus of Wrestling’s Nick Hausman to ask round about Punk’s contracts. He couldn’t observe down any solutions on that, however did acquire some perception into authorized points between Punk and his former employer:
Punk doesn’t have any litigation pending in opposition to Tony Khan following his termination. Contemplating how Khan mentioned his life was in peril throughout Punk’s backstage altercation at AEW: All In London, many individuals requested me whether or not Punk may very well be contemplating motion, and I’m instructed that’s not the case.
From what I collect, Punk is seeking to keep away from any additional litigation and transfer on along with his life. He was described to me as somebody respiration an indication of reduction now that he’s away from the day-to-day drama that appeared to observe him at AEW.
Hausman’s been perceived as having shut ties to Punk since their dialogue throughout Punk’s post-All Out/pre-Brawl Out media scrum promo final yr, and the non-public perception right here actually makes this sound prefer it comes from somebody in Punk’s internal circle.
The report additionally mentions that, whereas Hausman couldn’t discover out if Khan or AEW has any authorized motion pending in opposition to Punk, “issues do appear quiet between the 2 sides.”
So perhaps we will all simply transfer on, aka get again to questioning if WWE will signal Punk?