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  2021/09/24
AEW Dynamite Results-September 15th,2021
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M Punk Takes His Spot On Commentary

J.R. welcomes his broadcast partners beside him already and then CM Punk’s theme hits and out comes “The Best in the World” to join them on special guest commentary for tonight’s show.

The fans sing along with Punk’s theme as he comes out and the commentators sing his praises. He does his new customary stage dive into the crowd and plays along with fans, including one at ringside dressed up like Dusty Rhodes in yellow polka dots.

Punk then sprints back up to the top of the stage to take his spot alongside J.R., Tony Schiavone and the returning Excalibur. The announcers run down the advertised lineup for tonight’s show and then Punk finally joins them as he puts his headset on.

CM Punk On Minoru Suzuki Incident, Lance Archer & Suzuki Calls Out Moxley & Kingston

Now we shoot to the commentary section where CM Punk comments on the Minoru Suzuki incident as promised. He explains that he is a legend of wrestling and MMA and feels slighted that his entrance music was cut off last week, as were the fans.

Punk says they take this very seriously in AEW. They then introduce a video package that features Lance Archer and Minoru Suzuki calling out Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston for a match at Arthur Ashe Stadium where they vow to show them what hard style wrestling is all about.

As the commentators continue to talk, up walks Taz and his son, Hook. Taz talks off mic and confronts Punk for “trying to take his job” on commentary. Punk says he’s not trying to do that but Taz keeps talking trash and closing in on him.

Punk stands up and takes his headset off. He closes in on Hook but as he does, from behind, Powerhouse Hobbs takes him out. Hook slaps a dragon sleeper on him and then Hobbs beats him down some more. Hook goes over and demands that Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone and Excalibur leave the commentary desk and walk away.

They do. Hobbs brings Punk over and chokeslams him onto the table, but it doesn’t break it falls over and Punk takes an ugly spill. The fans loudly boo as Team Taz walks off. After that, we head to another commercial break.

 

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