Published: Sat, June 09, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Dream Bouts That Could Have Been If CM Punk Never Left WWE

Dream Bouts That Could Have Been If CM Punk Never Left WWE

Him returning would be a heck of a moment for any wrestling promotion but at the end of the day, he claims that he doesn't need the money and at age thirty nine (forty later this year) it's not like he's going to have many years left in the ring.

However - fans still hope that one day, both sides can put the whole ordeal behind them, and hope to see "The Best In The World" return to WWE, or wrestling, in the future.

"But you do not own me and I'm entitled to do what it want to do and that's what I'm doing".

While recently speaking with TSN reporter Aaron Bronsteter, UFC superstar and former WWE Champion CM Punk finally answered the one question that all his Pro Wrestling fans have been wanting to hear for a while now, as "The Second City Saint" eventually revealed if he's ever considering a return to the Professional Wrestling industry, despite departing from the WWE nearly four years ago. "I'm pretty sure I'd feel there would be a lot riding on a fight no matter what number fight it was or if I was coming off a win or loss". Wrestling is in the rear view mirror. I kind of don't understand that.

"I love Terry Funk, he retired for the first time when I was 2 years old".

The Voices Of Wrestling podcast covered the trial this week, specifically some of the things Punk told the media after the jury verdict. People always come and go and they leave and come back. "This is where I live now, this is my head-space".

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The long-awaited court case came after Punk made comments in 2014 relating to injuries he suffered while with the company, on a podcast hosted by Cabana.

I guess the big takeaway here is that if you want to see Punk again at a wrestling show, then you should root for Punk to look good on Saturday night at UFC 225.

"Nobody's ever been like, 'hey, here's the deal, we're having a show, we're paying you X amount and you're working this guy".

He said: "I don't think so, it's a hard question to answer, a lot has happened this week".

"I legit feel this is a bucket list thing for him", Jackson told MMAWeekly. I don't know know what I'm going to do. "Whaddaya say, yes or no?' Nobody's ever done that". "I'm not gonna sit here and be like 'no, no.' Something might come up, some fun might be had".

Punk added right now his mind is "100%" on fighting and was hopeful he would continue his career in UFC.

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