Chris Jericho Told CM Punk He Was A Cancer After AEW's
Brawl Out Situation
The Elite set to return, we've learned more about
the situation surrounding Brawl Out.
heard about some of the names that were around during
the brawl who were suspended as they were physically
involved, but there were also several that approached
shortly thereafter. One of those was Chris Jericho,
who was heavily lauded by those we spoke to for his
resolve and demeanor stepping up during the scrum
right after the incident took place.
Select was told by numerous sources that Chris Jericho
approached CM Punk, unhappy about the Brawl Out fight
as well as the nature of the scrum that had just taken
place. Jericho told CM Punk that he was a cancer to
the locker room, and a detriment to the company. Those
we've spoken to didn't recount CM Punk's reply verbatim,
but said that he effectively told Jericho it wasn't
his business and needed to leave. We've also heard
there were more interactions that haven't been reported
yet, that we're working on gaining more detail on.
after, Jericho stepped up to appear at the scrum.
He also helped lead a talent meeting in the days that
followed, and was signed to a significant extension
that saw his responsibilities expanded along the way.
reached out to Chris Jericho and AEW for this story,
but didn't hear back, some close to CM Punk did confirm
the interaction took place. I'll reiterated, Chris
Jericho did not comment on this story.
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WrestleMania 38 sets gate, attendance records - 4th
38 is the highest-grossing event in WWE history after
more than 156,000 fans attended AT&T Stadium over
two nights this weekend. The company broke both gate
and attendance records that were set at WrestleMania
32 in '16. That event also was held at AT&T Stadium,
though it was a one-night affair. The 156,352 fans
that came through the gates included people from all
50 states and 53 countries. The heavily hyped main
event of the event saw Roman Reigns defeat Brock Lesnar
to unify the WWE and Universal championship titles
nights announced crowd of 78,453 topped
Saturdays audience by less than 1,000 fans
(DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 4/4).
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