CM Punk’s Birthday Post Sparks Controversy: AEW All In Logo Edited Out

CM Punk's Birthday Post Sparks Controversy: AEW All In Logo Edited Out

Recently, on March 17th, the wrestling world celebrated the birthdays of two notable figures: Samoa Joe, the reigning AEW World Champion, turned 45, while Brody King from House of Black marked his 37th year. Amidst the birthday celebrations, former AEW World Champion turned WWE star, CM Punk, decided to send his wishes to his friends in a rather unique manner.

Taking to Instagram, Punk shared a throwback photo featuring himself alongside Samoa Joe and Brody King, taken before AEW All In London last year. In a humorous twist, Punk playfully edited out the AEW All In logo from the background of the image, replacing it with a picture of Danhausen.

Accompanying the photo, Punk wrote, “Happy birthday to my brothers you shouldn’t head butt.” This gesture not only highlighted the camaraderie shared between the wrestlers but also showcased Punk’s signature wit and humor.

For Punk, All In London holds particular significance as it marked his final match in AEW before his unexpected departure. Punk’s victory over Samoa Joe during that event remains a memorable moment in wrestling history. However, Punk’s AEW stint concluded abruptly due to a backstage incident, leading to his subsequent firing just a week later.

Despite the unexpected turn of events in AEW, Punk found his way back to the WWE, making a highly anticipated return at Survivor Series 2023. Unfortunately, his WWE comeback was short-lived as he suffered a torn triceps injury at the Royal Rumble 2024, sidelining him from WrestleMania and leaving fans eagerly awaiting his eventual return to the ring.

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