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CM Punk: Fans wonder what is in his bag on AEW Collision

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CM Punk opened up the debut episode of AEW Collision in a fiery way, and he came out holding a red bag with a mystery inside.

During his absolutely incendiary promo, Punk claimed that what was in the bag was his, that he never lost it and he was going to keep it until someone took it off of him.

Fans assumed that it was the AEW Championship, but Punk did not reveal exactly what it was and speculation continued. Here are some of the reactions from the fans on Twitter:

  • I hope that’s not an AEW championship in that bag CM Punk is holding.
  • That CM Punk promo was money. THAT’S why he’s back. And the fact that he’s carrying around (in a bag) the AEW championship considering he never lost adds a special, invigorating wrinkle to the title scene.
  • CM PUNK SAYS HE HAS WHAT HE NEVER LOST IN THE BAG AND HE STILL THE CHAMPION UNTIL SOMEONE PINS HIM OR TAPS HIM OUT!!!!!
  • So they say there’s no brand split but there’s CM Punk supposedly with an AEW World Championship in a bag claiming to also be champion when MJF is the champ.. Nothing says “no brand split” like having 2 world champions Tony.. #AEW#AEWCollision

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CM Punk AEW Collision Promo

Here is everything that is set to take place on the card tonight from United Center in Chicago, Illinois:

CM Punk and ‘FTR’ Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler vs. Samoa Joe, Jay White, and Juice Robinson
Wardlow vs. Luchasaurus for the TNT Title
Toni Storm and Ruby Soho vs. Willow Nightingale and Skye Blue
Andrade El Idolo vs. Buddy Matthews
Miro in action
The Acclaimed speak

Fans in the United Kingdom can watch all of the action from AEW Collision back on demand via the AEW+ subscription service on FITE TV.

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