Tony Khan is still investigating an incident at AEW All In.
During AEW All In, Fightful Select reported there was an incident between CM Punk and Jack Perry that occurred just before the show went on the air. Immediately following the event, Tony Khan confirmed an incident happened, he did not mention any names, and that there was an investigation happening.
Speaking on the AEW All Out media call, Khan was asked if CM Punk would be part of the show on Sunday.
"We're still continuing to investigate an incident that happened before All In, I can't comment any further about it at this time. I appreciate you asking. If I could say more at this moment, I would. I'm still looking into some things. I promise, I've always done my best to be honest with the fans. In this situation, I'm doing my best to be honest about what's happening and have been looking into this. We'll get back to you as soon as we possibly can, I promise," he said.
Later in the call, Tony was asked if fans would get an answer regarding the status of Punk at AEW All Out by Sunday.
"That is my goal. I promise, that is what I hope, that we have a resolution. I don't expect a full resolution, but I at least expect more information by then. I'm going to keep working on it. It's a challenging situation to say the least and not something I was hoping to be dealing with," he said.
CM Punk and Jack Perry are not currently scheduled for AEW All Out. They are both reportedly suspended following the incident.
Fightful Select has more details on the incident. We will continue to keep fans updated when more details and the fallout is known.
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