– CM Punk dismisses question about Jack Perry incident
– Maintains focus on All Out debut in the press conference
– Positively reviews Jack Perry’s performance in the ring
Former WWE star CM Punk, who recently signed with AEW (All Elite Wrestling), refused to engage with a reporter who asked him about the alleged brawl that WWE wrestler Jack Perry was involved in during a London All In episode. During an AEW press conference, Punk was asked about the backstage fight and chose to maintain focus on his highly anticipated AEW debut at All Out.
“I’m not here to talk about any of this nonsense,” he stated. Rather than discussing any controversial topics, Punk made it clear that he is only interested in looking towards the future in his wrestling career.
“I’m here to talk about what I’ve been doing for the past five months, what I’m going to be doing tomorrow at All Out,” he commented.
Despite sidestepping the query, CM Punk stated that Jack Perry, son of the late actor Luke Perry, is a “fierce competitor and does not shy away from a challenge.” He specifically mentioned Perry’s performance at All In, recounting his fierce battle in the ring with British pro wrestler Jimmy Havoc.
Praising Perry’s performance, Punk said, “I’ll be honest with you, I was really surprised at how good he is, how instinctual he is.” The former WWE Champion acknowledged that Jack Perry possesses a lot of potential and has a bright future ahead of him.
As the wrestling world continues to buzz about CM Punk’s All Out debut, it is clear that the star remains focused on his career and refuses to engage in any sensationalized discussions. The excitement surrounding his return to wrestling has undoubtedly set the stage for what promises to be a thrilling event.