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CM Punk tells AEW haters to “shut the f*ck up” in passionate rant

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New AEW signee CM Punk appeared in front of the live crowd following Saturday night’s episode of AEW Dark and commented on the haters of the brand online.

‘Last week in Milwaukee, I very sarcastically sent the crowd home happy with: ’˜you guys enjoyed the show? Great. Tell your friends, tweet about it.’ And then I said, ’˜if you didn’t like it’¦.’” CM Punk began.

‘And what I mean by that is we don’t mind the criticism. We want the criticism because to me it’s feedback” Punk noted. “I said I’m no longer the voice of the voiceless because this place doesn’t need me. This place already has a voice. I want all the criticism, I want the feedback, I want to know if you guys are happy.

‘The part about shutting the f–k up is for the people who hate-watch stuff and have nothing good to say, or nothing good to add to the conversation. We don’t need you, so shut the f–k up’’ CM Punk concluded.

CM Punk on haters

Here’s the current and updated card for this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite; which will be available on TNT Network in the United States and on FITE TV in Europe and the United Kingdom.

  • Venue – Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati, OH, US
  • Jon Moxley Homecoming – The former AEW Champion makes his return home from Cinncinati following his All Out match against Satoshi Kojima
  • All Out Fallout – Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite will feature all of the fallout from the AEW All Out PPV event on Sunday, September 5th from Chicago, Illinois.
  • Malakai Black vs Dustin Rhodes – After going through multiple members of the Nightmare Family, notably Cody Rhodes, Brock Anderson and Lee Johnson, Malakai Black gets a shot at Dustin Rhodes
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