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AEW Rampage Results-September 24th,2021
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CM Punk vs. Powerhouse Hobbs (with Hook)!

This is Punk’s first match on TV in over seven years!

Punk charged Hobbs and connected with a dropkick! He began kicking at Hobbs’ quads. Hobbs raked Punk’s eyes. Punk followed up, though, with a drop toehold on Hobbs.

Punk popped the bird to Hook!

Hook jumped up on the apron to distract Punk, and in the heat of the moment, Punk went after Hook. Hobbs sprung at Punk with a crossbody press. Punk tried to fight his way back to his feet and Hobbs hurled Punk sternum-first into the corner turnbuckles.

“Hobbs is obviously agitated by the CM Punk-support from this crowd,” said Excalibur.

Hobbs tried to suplex Punk but Punk countered with a roll up for a near fall. Hobbs came back with a massive tackle on Punk. Hobbs draped Punk’s throat over the middle rope and then charged at Punk with a running leg drop to the back of Punk’s body! Hobbs distracted ref Aubrey Edwards so Hook could sneak in some cheap shots to Punk.

“Powerhouse Hobbs is battering CM Punk,” said Excalibur.

“It’s been an absolute beating,” added Taz.

Punk retaliated with stereo back elbows to Hobbs. Punk connected with a leg lariat and then a swinging neck breaker to Hobbs! Punk used the running knee on Hobbs!

“Seems like Punk has hit his second wind,” said Taz.

Punk headed to the top and crashed down on Hobbs with a beautiful “Macho” elbow drop!

The fans chanted “You still got it!”

Punk lifted Hobbs up for the GTS but Hobbs blocked it! Hobbs regained the advantage after planting Punk with a spinebuster! Punk got Hobbs’ back and applied a rear naked choke. Hobbs used his raw power and suplexed his way out of Punk’s chokehold!

Hobbs nailed Punk with the Oklahoma Stampede Slam for a near fall on Punk! Hobbs climbed to the top turnbuckle but he took too long—and Punk met him up there! Punk spiked Hobbs with a hurracanrana on his head!

“They are going to war!” said Excalibur.

Punk locked in a triangle choke submission. Hobbs used a single arm grip, hoisted Punk up and slammed him back to the mat! It was good for a two-count on Punk!

“Powerhouse Hobbs learning just how tough CM Punk is,” said Excalibur.

Hook jumped to the apron and Hobbs inadvertently collided with him after Punk dodged him! Punk hoisted up Hobbs and put him down with the GTS and pinned Powerhouse Hobbs!

AEW Dynamite Results-September 22nd,2021
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In the ring, CM Punk spoke ahead of his match this Friday on RAMPAGE! This will be CM Punk’s first TV match in over seven years!

“How do you follow that match? It’s been a long time since I’ve been in New York City. It’s been an even longer time since professional wrestling has been in New York City. I hear people tell me that I need to be mad. That I need to be pissed off..that I need to be the old CM Punk. Be careful what you wish for.

“Hobbs, Taz, half of Team Taz is from here and they don’t even like you. Last week on DYNAMITE, they tricked me. Hobbs jumped me and they tried to put me through a table. Yes, it pissed me off. But when my music hits and I step out onto that stage, I can’t help but feel the way I feel. That pissed off feeling goes away. Yes, it’s a love fest. Yes, I’m smiling. Yes, I’m happy to see you!

“Of course, I think what they attempted to do was take all of this away from me. They don’t want to hear ‘Cult of Personality’ or see ‘happy CM Punk’ enjoying the fans. And then I get pissed off because it’s been so long since I felt this and since I needed this! I get pissed off because nobody is going to take this away from me. This is mine once again!

“Team Taz, Hobbs, you should have picked me back up and you should have finished the job. You should have put me through the table. You made a mistake and you let me live. And you slept on the legend of CM Punk. And it’s not my job to wake you up. It’s my job to tuck you in. Friday…RAMPAGE, ‘Powerhouse’ Hobbs goes to sleep!”

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.

AEW All Out Results-September 5th,2021
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CM Punk vs. Darby Allin

We move on to the pre-match video package to tell the story leading up to the long-awaited in-ring return of CM Punk, as he goes one-on-one against Darby Allin — next.

Back live inside the NOW Arena, we cut to a black-and-white Darby Allin trademark pre-match vignette. It shows him grabbing a body bag and attatching it to a helicopter that he is flying in, which he leaps out of.

The video wraps up and Darby Allin’s theme is playing as we return live inside the NOW Arena. Allin makes his way out accompanied by “The Icon” Sting. He is holding his trademark skateboard. He and Sting give each other a pound and then Allin hugs Sting and begins skating down to the ring for this highly-anticipated showdown.

A very focused, determined and possibly even nervous-looking Darby Allin takes a seat in the corner of the ring as his music fades down and in the silence, we immediately hear an enormously loud “CM Punk!” chant that spreads throughout the Chicago-based venue.

From there, the familiar sounds of “Cult of Personality” plays and the Chi-Town fans sing along with the lyrics to the world-famous song as “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts introduces “The Best in the World” CM Punk. Punk makes his way out and the already loud crowd gets noticably louder. He kneels down in the ring aisle and combs the fake sand in trademark fashion and then like only he can, yells out, “It’s clobbering time!” which the fans shout along with him.

CM Punk makes his way down to the ring as we get ready for our co-main event of the evening here at the AEW All Out 2021 pay-per-view inside the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. It’s almost time, wrestling fans!

The camera shows Allin sitting in the corner of the ring and the commentators note that he is doing the right thing by allowing Punk to have his moment. Punk takes his ring jacket off and has his wrists taped up in trademark fashion. He’s wearing black tights with blue stripes going down the side and white stars along the side as well.

Punk’s music fades down and the fans chant of “CM Punk!” only gets louder. CM Punk sees Allin sitting in the corner of the ring. He sits down cross-legged in trademark CM Punk fashion a couple of feet away from Allin. The two just stare intensely at each other as the fans chant “Holy sh*t!” Allin pops up and takes his ring jacket off.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running. The fans go nuts as soon as the bell sounds. Punk and Allin immediately start circling each other. They lock up and the fans erupt again. One of the loudest lock-up pops you’ll ever see. Allin arm-drags Punk down to get things going. The fans break out in another “CM Punk!” chant. They lock up again and Punk pulls a side head lock. He hits the ropes and lets go. He shoulder blocks Allin down and the crowd explodes again.

We hear the fans break out in a “Welcome back!” chant. Punk points at Allin and looks at the crowd. He points at himself and looks at the crowd, which explodes to let him know that yes, obviously, it is he who they are welcoming back. They lock up again and Allin applies a hammer lock on Punk. Punk reverses. Allin reverses it back. Now we hear a “Let’s go Darby!” and “CM Punk!” split / dueling chant from different sections of the crowd inside the NOW Arena.

Allin brings Punk down to the mat and works on controlling the arm in the hammer lock. Punk works his way back up and he drops Allin with a back-elbow. He scoops Allin up and slams him down. He covers him but Allin kicks out at one. Punk slaps a rear chin lock on Allin. Allin escapes and charges at Punk with a full head of steam. Punk side-steps him and Allin goes sailing out to the floor. Punk smirks as the fans chant “You still got it!”

Now we see Darby fire up out of nowhere and he goes to work on Punk in the corner of the ring. He sprints from one end of the ring to the other with a coffin splash on Punk in the corner. He keeps that same energy as he charges at Punk who reverses him and irish-whips him hard into the corner. Allin swung through the ropes and bounced hard off the steel ring post. Allin’s eye looks banged up after that spot. Punk heads out and brings Allin back in the ring. He goes to work on him with a unique submission on the mat.

Punk slows the pace down as he continues to control Allin with holds and various submission attempts. He locks Allin in an abdominal stretch which he modifies into a bit of a neck crank. Allin elbows his way out but walks into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker from Punk for a near fall. Punk slaps a rear chin lock on Allin once again to slow down the pace, which Excalibur does a good job of pointing out on the broadcast. The fans break out into dueling “Darby Allin!” and “CM Punk!” chants as Allin tries to fight from underneath back into competitive form.

The commentators call this the most unorthodox match Allin has ever been involved in during his run in AEW thus far, as it has been very much an old-school style mat-based wrestling match with a couple of sped-up flurries mixed in here and there. Allin builds up a full head of steam after escaping and he blasts into Punk, decking “The Best in the World.” Both guys are slow to get up but when they do, it is Allin who starts to speed up and take over on offense. He hits a couple of big spots for close near falls. He hits a code red that Punk specifically mentioned wanting to avoid during his commentary on Rampage this past Friday. He goes for the cover but Punk kicks out.

Allin heads to the top rope and is looking for a Coffin Drop, however Punk avoids it. Punk brings Allin up to the top and goes up after him. Whatever he was trying to do doesn’t work, as Allin reverses in mid-air and brings Punk down the hard way. He hits another spot on Punk for a near fall but Punk hangs on. Punk connects with his GTS finisher but Allin bounces out to the floor so he can’t finish him. He heads out after him and brings him back into the ring. A lifeless Allin lays on the mat as Punk plays to the crowd and calls for another GTS. He hoists Allin up but Allin starts elbowing Punk once he’s across Punk’s shoulders. He elbows the hell out of Punk until Punk collapses face-first into the canvas, and then Allin keeps elbowing the crap out of him some more anyways.

Punk rolls out to the floor and is beat up and staggering. Meanwhile, back in the ring, Allin builds up a full head of steam and launches himself from the ring to the floor, crashing onto and taking out Punk in the process. He heads back into the ring and climbs to the top rope. He hits a flipping senton off the top-rope and takes Punk out on the flloor with it. We see some immediate replays of that as the fans chant “This is awesome!” Allin rolls Punk back in the ring and heads to the top-rope backwards. He mocks Punk’s GTS signal and then leaps off backwards with a Coffin Drop attempt. Punk sits up like The Undertaker and Allin crashes about an inch next to him back-first. Punk smiles and shakes his head. Allin pops up, however, and pulls Punk over and nearly finishes him.

Punk hangs on and takes back over on offense. He takes it to him and finally hoists him up again and connects with another GTS. This time, however, Allin doesn’t land and roll out to the floor, so Punk is able to cover him. 1-2-3. CM Punk wins in his long-awaited comeback. The fans erupt with cheers at the finish and Punk’s theme plays as “The Best in the World” soaks in the big moment and the equally big victory. He talks to the camera and says something about seven years.

Once the match wraps up, “The Icon” Sting comes out from the back and heads down to the ring as Punk is celebrating. He walks over and shakes Punk’s hand. Punk and Sting both go over to check on Allin. Allin stumbles up to his feet and leans against the ropes. Punk walks over and the two shake hands. The crowd cheers. Punk’s theme starts over again. Punk backs into a corner and watches as Sting and Allin exit and head to the back. Punk soaks in the moment with his hometown fans a little more.

Winner: CM Punk

AEW Rampage Results-August 20th 2021
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A new era began tonight with AEW RAMPAGE: The First Dance, which aired live from the sold-out United Center in Chicago, IL!

It’s Friday and you know what that means!

Your RAMPAGE broadcast team is Excalibur, “The Human Suplex Machine” Taz, Jim Ross, and “The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry!

DYNAMITE kicked off with the blaring sounds of “Cult of Personality” and C.M.Punk walking out onto the ramp!!! The roof blew off the United Center!

“C.M.Punk has arrived in All Elite Wrestling!” said Excalibur.

“My goosebumps won’t go down. This is wild,” added Taz.

C.M.Punk jumped into the crowd and they embraced him with open arms!

The chants for C.M.Punk were thunderous!

“You guys really know how to make a kid feel like Britt Baker in Pittsburgh. I’m winging this. We’re winging this. We—that’s a very important distinction. I didn’t plan on what I’m going to say because I knew I needed to feel it. And I feel you Chicago. And I hear you Chicago. For seven years, I’ve heard you. There’s a lot to cover. The good news is I’ve got the time Wednesdays, Fridays, four Saturdays or Sundays a year. I got the time and I ain’t going anywhere,” said C.M.Punk.

“Possibly for me the most important thing I’m going to say…if at all during my journey, if any of my choices or personal decisions made you feel disappointed, let me just say, I was never going to get healthy by staying in the same place that got me sick in the first place.

“Can I tell you guys a story? I felt before like I had to leave. I didn’t want to, but I had to. I left Ring of Honor and I came out that last night with tears in my eyes. And now I know why. I had made a place where people could work, get paid, learn their craft, and love professional wrestling. I cried because I knew I was leaving a place I loved, and it was a home, and I knew where I was going wasn’t going to be easy for a guy like me. Because I’m one of you.

“So I look at it like this: August 13th, 2005, I left professional wrestling. August 20th, 2021, I’m back. And I’m back for you! I’m not gonna lie. I’m back for me too. But I’m back because there’s a hell of a lot of young talent that I wish I was surrounded by ten years ago. I’m back because I want to work with that young talent. I’m back because there’s a couple of scores to settle in that locker room.”

C.M.Punk shouted into the microphone “Darby Allin!”

Darby Allin and Sting were watching from high up in the rafters!

“I see you. You’re good. I’ve seen you jump out of airplanes. I’ve seen you get kicked down a flight of stairs and you always come back. You’re tough. But I’m here to help, Darby. And you’re first on the list. You’re a daredevil and Darby, there’s nothing more dangerous that you can do than wrestle C.M.Punk, except wrestle C.M.Punk in Chicago!

“I’ll see you September 5th at ALL OUT live on pay-per-view. I’m back! Oh, and I appreciate everyone who waited seven long years for me. So everyone, on your way out, grab yourself a free ice cream bar,” concluded Punk.

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