Adam Cole went all out to keep his AEW debut a secret.
There’s really no bad news in the Sept. 10 ratings, but WWE is the only company that can brag its Friday night numbers are currently on the upswing.
It turns out that Bryan Danielson is not targeting The Elite as a group.
Their relationship didn’t last long at all.
The numbers for both pro wrestling/sports entertainment shows continue to impress, but only one had a key number go up on the eve of Labor Day weekend.
The Sept. episode - the last show before All Out - continued the excellent build to CM Punk vs. Darby Allin, but it also gave us the TNT title feud moments we’ve been wanting. Check out that and all the highlights here.
The go-home angle for CM Punk vs. Darby Allin was exactly what it needed to be.
Punk plugs a hole that Rampage doesn’t have on the go home show for All Out.
CM Punk says WWE wasn’t interested in taking care of him, so he needed to take care of himself by leaving the company.
AEW’s big signee is doing a lot of press ahead of his return to the ring at All Out, and covered some pressing wrestling fan questions. Totally honestly & seriously, we’re pretty sure.
Expect CM Punk content too, especially on Friday night.
He was called upon to send the crowd home happy at "Rampage" in Milwaukee. See how he, along with Christian & Kazarian, did so.
Lots at stake in three All Out programs, and more from CM Punk.
He said he’d be around Fridays, Wednesdays & PPV weekends. He ain’t lied yet.
A lot of wrestling fans are convinced that CM Punk’s shoes contain a coded message hinting at the AEW arrivals of Adam Cole and Bray Wyatt.