How Did CM Punk Get Busted Open During AEW Full Gear 2021

Published 11/14/2021, 6:45 AM EST


The war between the Mad King Eddie Kingston and CM Punk was an instant classic from the get-go. The two shared bad blood and Eddie held grudges and animosity towards the superstar for over 15 years. The clash between them was inevitable, and it finally materialized at Full Gear. With the two titans of professional wrestling ready to trade blows, things were meant to go out of hand.

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They indeed did, as Eddie left CM Punk in a bloody mess during the fight, as Eddie smashed his face into the ring post, This was the first time in 7 years CM Punk shed blood inside the ring, since his exit from the circuit 7 years ago.

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CM Punk is still undefeated following AEW Full Gear

The return of the mega-star has definitely made AEW’s competitor sweat, while fans were seen shedding tears of joy. This is indeed one of the most iconic moments in the modern era of professional wrestling, which was talked about for a long time.

Punk’s exit from pro-wrestling came at the backs of personal issues with WWE and fatigue. Ever since he came back, Punk has faced top competition, chalking off his record at unbeaten 6 wins in 6 matches following win over Eddie Kingston at AEW Full Gear.

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AEW continues to come up with amazing shows

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The inception of AEW has been a blessing in disguise for a lot of former WWE wrestlers. It provided everyone another chance to jump right back into the game. The promotion may not be as massive as its peers, but the growth and slow trajectory towards the top is quite evident.

With each PPV, the young promotion continues to generate more fanfare, which has inserted it on the right path. Sooner than later, it will climb up the charts and become one of the top-rated promotions in the wrestling business.

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AEW’s birth has already killed the unhealthy monopoly and opened doorways for more possibilities. The influx of competitors and more prominent names is only going to help the ecosystem evolve, which is good for the community as a whole.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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