CM Punk knows a lot about the pro wrestling business, and he’s been around for decades. All of that time away from the ring also gave him a perspective on how to treat things. Of course, he might ruffle a lot of feathers in the process.

While speaking to ESPN, CM Punk opened up about his time in the All Out media scrum, and how he put Tony Khan in bad position. This was about all he could speak about, but suffice it to say that emotions were running high.

“”I know pro wrestling is absolutely the most bizarre form of entertainment on Earth, but to me, I treat it like a business, and I treat it like the television show that it is. So, y’all haven’t seen me since I won the belt. I’m coming back. Tune in to find out exactly what I have to say. I’m picking up right where I left off.””

We already covered how CM Punk opened up about his bad time against Hangman Page at Double or Nothing. That moment caused a rift between the two. Sadly, Punk couldn’t talk about the whole Brawl Out situation.


AEW has a lot of eyes on them right now, and CM Punk is already drawing a ton of attention. Hopefully, AEW will be able to hang on Saturday nights, because that is a very tough time slot to find success in.

What’s your take on AEW bringing CM Punk back to the company? Is it a good idea? Sound off in the comments!

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