CM Punk showed up at NXT this week to visit at the WWE Performance Center. He may not have actually appeared on the USA Network television show, but the Second City Savior was around to make a good impression.

CM Punk’s return raised questions about how things would go for him this time around, given his track record of not always fostering positive relationships with colleagues. Currently, it seems that he is fitting in well, and he’s taking additional trips to be in closer proximity to the ongoing events.

According to Sean Sapp’s report behind Fightful’s paywall, CM Punk was backstage at NXT this week. This development came as a surprise, but there was no confirmation that he would appear during this week’s show. Throughout the day, he was present, simply spending time backstage.

It was also noted that CM Punk was around to office advice to NXT Superstars as well. He gave them valuable feedback on their matches, and we can only imagine that his words were taken seriously.


He’s been giving talent feedback on matches this evening.

CM Punk is getting adjusted in WWE, and it appears that things are going well. He is now booked for two live events on WWE’s Holiday Tour, where he will wrestle Dominik Mysterio. Now, he is around NXT this week for their December 12th episode.

One of CM Punk’s biggest issues in AEW came when his veteran advice was ignored. This is what led to his backstage alteration with Jack Perry in the first place. Now, it seems that CM Punk is in a much different situation with WWE.

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