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AEW Collision Spoiler: MASSIVELY POPULAR star teams with CM Punk this week

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In a thrilling turn of events leading up to the much-anticipated AEW All In at London’s Wembley Stadium, fans were treated to a revelation that has set the wrestling world abuzz.

The wrestling community had been rife with speculation about who would join CM Punk in the upcoming four-on-four match at AEW Collision.

The suspense reached its peak during the taping of AEW Dynamite on August 23rd. The announced teams were Swerve Strickland, Brian Cage, Luchasaurus, and Jay White squaring off against CM Punk, Darby Allin, Sting, and a yet-to-be-revealed mystery partner.

And then, the moment everyone had been waiting for arrived. The final member of team CM Punk was unveiled, and it was none other than the immensely popular HOOK. This revelation sent shockwaves through the AEW fanbase, with many eagerly anticipating the dynamics this new addition would bring to the match.

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Samoa Joe’s Unexpected Appearance on AEW Collision

But the surprises didn’t end there. Samoa Joe made a surprise appearance. Not only did he cut a promo before the match, but he also took a seat at the commentary table, providing his insights throughout the bout.

The climax of the match saw CM Punk employing Joe’s signature move, the Coquina Clutch, to tap out Brian Cage.

This sets the stage for an electrifying face-off between CM Punk and Samoa Joe. Punk is slated to defend the Real World Championship against Joe at the All In event on Sunday.

With the stakes this high and the tension palpable, fans are in for a treat.

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A Change in Broadcasting

While the Collision event was initially scheduled to be taped on Saturday, August 25th, logistical challenges related to the upcoming pay-per-view event in London necessitated a change.

The matches for AEW Collision were instead taped post the AEW Dynamite event on August 23rd. However, fans need not worry as Collision will still be broadcast at its regular time on Saturday, albeit not live.

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Looking Forward to All In

The upcoming pay-per-view event, All In, promises to be a spectacle. With the card already boasting of high-profile matches and now the added intrigue of CM Punk’s defence against Samoa Joe, the event is shaping up to be one of the most memorable in AEW’s history.

For those keen on staying updated with all the developments and match line-ups for All In, there are resources available online to keep you in the loop.

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