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Following An Injury, AEW World Champion CM Punk Will Undergo Surgery


CM Punk’s reign as AEW world champion has already met a snag.

Punk, 43, said on Friday night’s edition of Rampage that he’d sustained an injury that will require surgery just five days after becoming champion. The AEW world championship will not be relinquished by Punk, but an interim champion will be crowned in his place.

The injury was described by Punk as a broken “wheel.” He swore to come back larger, quicker, stronger, and more hungry than ever.

Punk addressed the fans on Rampage with tears in his eyes. He informed his audience that he had both good and bad news for them.

On Sunday, Punk defeated Adam “Hangman” Page in the main event of Double or Nothing to win the AEW world championship. The injury was then sustained by Punk on Dynamite on Wednesday. On the show, he paired up with FTR to defeat Max Caster, Austin Gunn, and Colten Gunn.

On Sunday, June 26, the temporary AEW global champion will be crowned at AEW and NJPW’s co-promoted Forbidden Door pay-per-view.

AEW has confirmed that Dynamite will begin with a battle royal on Wednesday, with the victor going on to fight Jon Moxley in the episode’s main event. The victor of that match will compete for the interim title at Forbidden Door against an opponent who has yet to be revealed.

Hiroshi Tanahashi of Punk vs. NJPW was supposed to appear in Forbidden Door.

Seven years after leaving WWE, Punk returned to professional wrestling when he signed with AEW last August. This is his first world championship since 2013.

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