Why Tony Schiavone Doesn’t Care About CM Punk’s AEW Comments

Tony Schiavone and CM Punk

Tony Schiavone’s in no mood for another CM Punk scandal.

During an appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, CM Punk managed to wish AEW luck in the future and torch any of the remaining goodwill he had within the company. Punk addressed his acrimonious departure from AEW and multiple backstage incidents that marred his All Elite run.

CM Punk claimed “AEW isn’t a real business,” Tony Khan is a nice guy, not a boss, and denied punching Jack Perry at All In. Although he did admit to “choking someone a little bit.”

While discussing the start of his issues with Perry and the star’s insistence on using real glass in a stunt, Punk name-dropped Tony Schiavone. The star said that it was Schiavone who approached him to express his concerns.

On the most recent episode of his What Happened When podcast, Schiavone was asked about Punk’s comments, although it seems he “doesn’t give a sh*t.”

“I really don’t give a sh*t about it. I’m not going to get into this. I know what he said and let him continue to talk if he wants. That’s all I got. I don’t give a sh*t. That’s all I can say. I can’t get into that. It would be stupid for me to get into that. I have no idea what he said with the exception of someone who told me, ‘Oh, he brought up your name and here’s what he said’, and I went, ‘So what. So f**king what.’”

Eddie Kingston Has No Interest In CM Punk

Tony Schiavone isn’t the only person with little interest in Punk’s latest comments. Speaking in an interview ahead of ROH Supercard of Honor, Eddie Kingston said he was more concerned about AEW talents being released.

The ROH World Champion said he was more interested in making sure those who lost their jobs were okay, rather than anything Punk had to say.

H/t to WrestlingNews.Co