Engaging in speculation about pro wrestling rumors is a beloved hobby for numerous fans, often rivaling the excitement of watching actual matches. In this regular feature, we delve into the most current rumors circulating in the world of pro wrestling.
According to a report from Fightful Select, an altercation—perhaps just a disagreement—occurred backstage at Collision in Canada involving CM Punk and Jack Perry. Perry was on set for a segment and proposed using real glass, prompting Punk to interpret it as a way for Perry to avoid work the following week, which Punk views as a larger company issue. Punk’s perspective is that Perry was throwing a tantrum.
On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer shared that two individuals, who aren’t commonly associated with such discussions, have conveyed that this situation is a ticking time bomb. They believe it could escalate if not addressed promptly.
Brian Gewirtz mentioned on Cheap Heat that he would find it surprising if The Rock appeared on WWE television during the SAG-AFTRA strike. However, he does anticipate The Rock returning for a storyline in the future.
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Based on data from WrestleTix, AEW has reportedly distributed 80,056 tickets for All In, surpassing figures for SummerSlam 1992 and coming very close to WrestleMania 32.
In a conversation with Torg & Elliott, Mark Henry unintentionally revealed that The Elite’s recent contracts with AEW are four-year deals.
Adding to the mix, speculation has arisen about Paul Wight’s potential return to in-ring action for AEW, possibly in the role of Captain Insano. This conjecture is based on an Instagram post.
As the rumor mill churns, the world of pro wrestling remains abuzz with anticipation for these potential developments.