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Unique Forbidden Door Arrangements For Stars

Sunday's show was a big deal for a number of reasons, one of which brings us to unique Forbidden Door arrangements for stars.

Unique Forbidden Door Arrangements
source: @Bub3m16, twitter, screenshot

Sunday’s show was a big deal for a number of reasons, one of which brings us to unique Forbidden Door arrangements for stars.

Specifically, certain stars in particular.

These unique arrangements were brought about for some very good reasons, too.

If nothing else, decisions were made and plans were put in place out of an abundance of caution.

But, well, let’s get into these…

Unique Forbidden Door Arrangements
source: @Bub3m16, twitter, screenshot

Unique Forbidden Door Arrangements For Stars

Sunday in Toronto was a big day for AEW. It was the first time since the post-All Out Brawl that all of CM Punk and The Elite were in the same building at the same time, on purpose.

Considering how that post-show event went (not good), and keeping in mind all of the fallout…it’s not a shock that AEW got creative in order to avoid certain issues.

To that end, Fightful reported that the company made sure that CM Punk was on the opposite side of the arena from Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks.

Meaning, they were about as far apart as could be arranged.

On top of that, none of those named above took part in the media scrum following Forbidden Door.

That was a smart move to ensure there was no chance of things being said to spark any new clashes.

In the grand scheme of things, you have to think that Tony Khan hopes that things can eventually be a bit more friendly.

Perhaps, eventually, they will be. As they say, time heals all wounds.

Unique Forbidden Door Arrangements
source: @thepuropower, twitter, screenshot

In the short term, however, it seems as though AEW is going to do whatever it can do in order to keep all involved in the brawl away from each other.

While Punk has expressed some remorse, and sought out certain key talent to mend bridges…it seems like there’s been no peace made between Punk or The Elite.

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