Seth Rollins has been well known for his dislike towards one of the biggest WWE superstars of all time, CM Punk. The injured Best in the World was once again dissed by Rollins himself, this time echoing the words of his former Shield brother, Jon Moxley.

The Purveyor of Violence went head-to-head with CM Punk during his time in AEW, feuding over the World Championship. Moreover, Moxley pinned Punk in minutes due to his injury to capture the title in one of their bouts.

Moreover, it was also during that heated rivalry that Jon Moxley launched a verbal tirade on CM Punk, calling him washed up and fragile who was no longer in his prime.

The Visionary recently borrowed some words from Moxley to address CM Punk’s triceps injury during recent interview with Wrestle Radio Australia, firing shots at him again much like every time he is asked about Punk.


“I mean, I don’t want to say I told you so. But me and a lot of other people told you so. What’s the line? Fragile mind. Fragile body. Fragile ego. I think somebody that I know said something like that about him and it rings true . So look here’s the deal and I told him this in the ring, if you want to find your way to me and the World Heavyweight Championship you’re gonna have to work for it, the deal is he’s gonna have to work a little harder now.

CM Punk was originally scheduled to face Seth Rollins for his World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 40 before being sidelined with his injury. So it will be interesting to see this rivalry come to fruition when Punk makes his return to the squared circle.

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Thanks, Fightful for the above quotes!

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