CM Punk took the pro wrestling world by storm after making his debut on AEW Rampage: The First Dance. In fact, his debut might even make it to Guinness World Records. 

CM Punk left WWE after the Royal Rumble in 2014 on a very sour note and essentially burned bridges with them. Punk had made it clear that he never wanted to go back to pro wrestling, though his words did not age well.

For a long time it was evident that CM Punk simply lost his love for professional wrestling and it was not known if he’d ever get it back.

At AEW All Out, CM Punk defeated Darby Allin in the first match Punk had in seven years. On top of that, Daniel Bryan and Adam Cole made their debuts in the Pay-Per-View and shocked the pro wrestling world.


In light of this, CM Punk took to Twitter and replied to tweet by him in 2013 where he said wrestling isn’t fun anymore. He then stated that pro wrestling is fun again.

This shit is fun again. #AllOut #AEW

AEW All Out will go down in history as one of the best pay-per-view events in recent memory and truly made it evident that it’s a great time to be a pro wrestling fan.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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