VIDEO: The CM Punk/Elite issues in AEW remain unresolved

Amongst all the news regarding CM Punk and the new AEW Saturday night show, one thing is still true: the situation between Punk and The Elite remains unresolved.

Pat Laprade joined Dave Meltzer and Garrett Gonzales on Wrestling Observer Radio Saturday to discuss the situation between CM Punk and The Elite, who will appear to be working on two different shows starting in June.

“ [Punk] is going to be on one show, they are going to be on Dynamite, only meet on pay-per-views and I’m like, but this thing isn’t resolved yet," Laprade said. "I mean how can you bring a guy back. It’s almost worse than Bret and Shawn from, I don’t know, 25 years ago.”

Meltzer agreed that it’s a worse situation than the issues between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels in 1997, as he pointed out that after the two got into their backstage fight, they eventually agreed to continue to work together. Meltzer said that some in AEW backstage wonder when the next backstage drama could start up.

“I know people in the company..the mood of the people that I know there that aren’t any of the people we just mentioned…it’s kinda like, when’s the next explosion going to happen? We know it’s going to happen, we just don’t know when,” Meltzer said.

Meltzer explained that the idea seems to be that people think the backstage situation has improved, even as ratings and attendance remain soft. Punk could be the answer that AEW needs to improve business, even if it means the potential for more backstage drama.

“The thought is of course if he delivers, if Punk delivers the numbers that he did when he first came in…but we don’t know if that’s going to happen, we don’t know it’s not going to happen,” he said.

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