It was considered one of the biggest matches in AEW history, but the world title unification match between CM Punk and Jon Moxley wasn’t the main event on August 24. dynamite.
This was sold that the match would all be televised even if you hit the 60 minute time limit. Mox only needed a few of them.
The comment was questioned by the bell if Punk had come back from a broken foot too soon. And when he collapsed in pain while taking a round kick, it seemed they were right.
The interim champ never took his foot off the gas, even as the coaches spoke to Punk from ringside. Moments later, after Ryder’s death and a paradigm change, Mox is no longer an interim champion.
Cleveland fans were so surprised to be happy for their state champion, they didn’t seem to dive into Punk right away.
Count me among those who don’t know where to leave this stuff Everyone is outside. My hunch is that Punk won’t be cleared to work a full match there, and that provides an angle for a subsequent full comeback. But that still doesn’t tell us who will face Mox on the September 4th PPV in Punk’s hometown.
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