CM Punk returned at Survivor Series, and WWE wasted no time getting out new merchandise. Punk’s WWE comeback occurred on November 25th, 2023, marking his first appearance in a WWE ring in nearly a decade during the subsequent episode of Raw. Naturally, fans wanted to celebrate this occasion by picking up some merchandise.

The November 27th episode of WWE Raw experienced increased ratings, driven by CM Punk-related segments that performed well on social media platforms. Since his return, his merchandise has become top seller for the company.

WWE Shop has expanded its CM Punk-related offerings, including a limited edition CM Punk WWE Framed 15″ x 17″ 2023 Survivor Series Collage with a Piece of Match-Used Canvas, limited to just 500 pieces, available for pre-order. Additionally, an unsigned photograph and a ‘Sublimated Plaque’ featuring Punk sitting crossed-legged at Survivor Series are offered.

For those seeking attire options, there is a Return of CM Punk full-zip hoodie and a pullover hoodie available. The CM Punk’s return T-shirt range has also been expanded to include a youth version and a women’s version of the design.


CM Punk’s in-ring promo from WWE RAW, which has been viewed more than 2.4 million times on YouTube since Monday night, still has fans talking. This is still exciting for a lot of people, and for good reason.

Only time will tell what’s next for CM Punk in WWE, but fans are already showing their support by opening up their wallets. You can check out images for his new merchandise below.

What’s your take on this new CM Punk merchandise? Are you buying one of everything they dropped? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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