AEW star comments on the company’s decision to air security footage from All In 2023

During the April 6th 2024 edition of AEW Collision, it was announced that The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson) will present backstage footage from AEW All In and will discuss it for the first time on the April 10th edition of Dynamite. It was previously reported that video footage exists of the CM Punk backstage altercation with Jack Perry at All In. Punk recently told his side of the story during an interview with The MMA Hour.

During his podcast, AEW star Jeff Jarrett commented on the company’s decision to air the security footage…

“We’re gonna see the security footage…Schiavone said security cameras footage. We’re gonna see real footage, and how’s this gonna blur the lines? Where’s it going? Who’s involved? Who’s not involved? But certainly a weekend that was, obviously the whole world was talking WWE and WrestleMania and everything that goes with it, and the new regime, I would say AEW has quite a bit of chatter. Whether it’s good or bad, that’s up for everyone’s debate. But at the end of the day, we’ll see how it plays out on Wednesday, and that’s the greatest thing about this business that I learned as a kid. ‘Hey son, there’s always Saturday morning. We get to reshuffle the deck. I don’t care how good or bad our TV or our houses were this week. We gotta go do it again and saddle up.’ So it’s exciting, man. It is so exciting.”

“The centerpiece of it all is Jack Perry. He works for…he doesn’t work for WWE. I’m assuming there is some type of a relationship. There’s gotta be. Again, I’m there, and I damn sure don’t want to know. It’s got me and you talking about it and intrigued. Mission accomplished. Period. Coming off WrestleMania weekend.” (quotes courtesy of Colin Tessier)