CM Punk is a very controversial person in the pro wrestling world, and that is no secret. The Undertaker is one of the most respected wrestlers to ever grace any locker room, and he also had problems in the ring with CM Punk. That being said, there is no real heat between them.

AEW is currently CM Punk’s home, and he returned to the company to lead the Collision locker room. That being said, The Elite might still have legit heat with CM Punk, since AEW is keeping them separate.

While talking to Inside The Ropes, The Undertaker was asked about CM Punk. This is when he got real during the interview and disclosed that he never had any real-life problems working with CM Punk.

I had no beef with Punk. He was always business with me. Supposedly I squashed his push and stuff, and if anyone knows me, even if i didn’t like somebody, which I don’t dislike Punk, that’s another rumor that I have this disdain with him. He was good with me and that’s all that matters. Business is business, and that’s one thing I learned from Vince is that whatever’s best for business then that’s what you do, and so I can’t worry about what people who have no clue about our business. Business has always been business and I have no problem with him and he was always business with me.”


The Undertaker and CM Punk had quite a feud through WrestleMania. Although many fans bought into the heat in the rivalry, it appears that everything was for the good of teh match so they could do business.

CM Punk will consider doing as he pleases, no matter who he might upset. At this time, we are still waiting for his next direction in AEW. Meanwhile, The Undertaker might just be watching at home to see what the Second City Savior is up to on AEW programming.

The Undertaker might not have had any issues with CM Punk, but do you think that you could work with him? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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