WATCH: CM Punk Comes to Darby Allin’s Aid Two Nights Away from Their Epic Clash at AEW All Out

Published 09/04/2021, 7:30 AM EDT


Darby Allin and CM Punk stood face to face to end this week’s episode of AEW Rampage. This was the go home show before All Out, where CM Punk will make his in-ring debut for AEW. AEW went ‘all in’ to build hype for the match, especially in the aftermath of the night’s main event. CM Punk also did an exceptional job on commentary alongside Taz and Chris Jericho during the main event.

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One last faceoff between CM Punk and Darby Allin before AEW All Out

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The main event of the show featured Darby Allin accompanied by Sting facing Daniel Garcia accompanied by 2.0. Daniel Garcia called out Darby Allin, and Jon Moxley a few weeks ago, hence leading to this match. Garcia and 2.0 attacked CM Punk on Dynamite this week, and Allin and Sting rescued him.

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The match between Darby Allin and Garcia was a balanced one, as both superstars had their share of moments. But it was Allin who came out victorious via pinfall as he rolled up Garcia for a win. Just after the match, 2.0 entered and attacked Allin. Sting, who was at ringside, tried to counter the trio’s attack. However, Allin was outnumbered on one side of the ring, but CM Punk came to the rescue.

Then, Punk created a distraction, allowing Allin to hit an insane suicide dive to take out 2.0. Allin then turned his attention to Punk, and the duo ended the show with a faceoff.

Fans are impatient to see the in-ring debut of Punk

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At AEW All Out, CM Punk will wrestle in front of a live crowd after seven long years. Punk left WWE back in 2014, and his last match was the Royal Rumble. Since then, The Best in the World hasn’t stepped foot in a wrestling ring. Instead, Punk tried martial arts and ended up in UFC for a short, unsuccessful stint.

Now that The Voice of the Voiceless is back where he belongs, fans are incredibly impatient to watch Punk wrestle again.

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In his commentary session during the show, Punk mentioned the pressure that he has to carry to All Out. He added it is a disadvantage to wrestle in his hometown, as the crowd expects a lot from their hometown hero. Well, CM Punk pulled off the GTS on AEW Dynamite, but will he hit it on a faster and more agile Darby Allin at All Out?

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Shijas Muhammed

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Shijas Muhammed is a WWE and Tennis Author at EssentiallySports. Making his way into the final stage of his bachelor's degree, Shijas has been a lifelong WWE fan. He was captivated by the Attitude Era of WWE because of its star-studded locker room.

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