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Backstage Talk on CM Punk’s Relationship with WWE, Note on Tuesday’s WWE Roster Change

– Before WWE removed CM Punk from their roster on Tuesday, it was said that things may have appeared like they were turning around between the two sides, with Punk’s specials on the WWE Network and AJ Lee’s return, but that hasn’t been the case.

It was said after Monday’s RAW in Richmond that if anything, relations between Punk and WWE are probably worse than they have ever been.

It’s also been noted how it was interesting that WWE heavily pushed the CM Punk Beyond The Ring special on the WWE Network and then removed him from the roster on the same day that it premiered.

Source: PWInsider

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    Maybe he will return one day but not for a very long time. Punk just got buried out and who could blame him. The life of a Pro Wrestler we have no idea how hard it really is as we may think. We sit back and watch in awe but we don’t know the life style the hard work and the wear and tear. CM Punk was done his body was beating up and he was ready to call it a day. I never have a problem with wrestler walking away so young heck The Rock did it when he turn 30 years old. Many call him a sell out I call it being smart. The same with Punk he being smart get out why you still can. He not going to get anybody then holding the WWE title for over a year. So why keep putting your body though it. Hey the way Daniel Bryan is going right now he may soon be next. I mean that neck injury is a real serious life changing deal. I know he at the top of the WWE but it seems like he having the same problem that Arn Anderson have and Anderson hasn’t wrestler since that major injury so Bryan maybe next I hope not but not looking good. Back to CM Punk good for you big respect. To all his fans out there let him retire in peace.

  • ddfindl

    Daniel Bryan needs an opponent at WM31, just sayin’…

  • Don Kim

    I don’t see a big deal about airing his specials on the network.
    It was a DVD that was released two years ago and they just put it on the network to draw people to sign up.
    It’s getting hideous how WWE is trying to gey people signed up.
    We have to hear it from promos too.
    Just sign up PEOPLE!

  • Truth B Told

    They can’t. They just don’t want to admit that a favorite of theirs has left for good but the fact of the matter is that people do hang it up for good, even when it seems like they still have “something left in the tank.” Mainly because not everybody wants to end up like Undertaker where they’re physically limited to one match a year and probably don’t have the best quality of life because they’re constantly hurting so much.

  • TheFizPop

    He played his part, made his money, more importantly was smart with his money and wanted out of a crap run he was on. If he was leaving this month and stayed, his position would not have advanced like 2011. Anything anyone achieves in this gen, is greatly marred by Cenas ever present involvement in wwe main event booking

  • Timothy Davis

    I honestly believe he left for real AT FIRST. But the more time that goes by and the more things that happen to keep his name around the more you know he will be back when he gets his head clear and the burn out fades away. Great talents at any sport or entertainment cant just give up. Their is ego/drive involved whether they wanna admit that or not. When WWE drops someone its like they don’t exist so they wouldn’t keeping showing him.

  • Eric Wescott

    I still think he’s going to return, relatively soon. I wanna say the 2015 Rumble, but may not be until the 2016 Rumble. He loves wrestling too much to just stay away forever…

  • Griffin

    People have been saying that for months, ever since he left. How can you prove it? Not trying to be a jerk, but I’m asking a serious question.

  • Shawn Bronald

    It’s a work.