WWE: CM Punk spotted at Chicago Blackhawks game

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If any WWE fans were watching the Chicago Blackhawks game last night, then they may have spotted one of wrestling's biggest (former?) stars - CM Punk - taking in the action at United Center.

As reported by WrestlingInc.com, CM Punk - real name Phillip Jack Brooks - was spotted watching the team alongside his fellow Chicago natives as Joel Quenneville's Blackhawks moved closer to securing their place in the playoffs with a 4-2 win over the Dallas Stars.

Also appeared to be pictured with Punk was Scott 'Colt Cabana' Holton, who wrestled in the WWE as Scotty Goldman between 2007-09.

Frustrated wrestling fans desperate to see Punk back on their screens may enjoy such a snapshot, but it does not appear as if he will be granting their wishes and returning to the ring anytime soon.

After forging a deserved reputation as one of the company's biggest and most popular assets over a number of years, Punk appeared to leave the business earlier this week in mysterious circumstances that still do not appear to have been fully explained by either party.

With Wrestlemania XXX now just a matter of days away, many still held out hope that the 35-year-old would return in time to take his place among competitors on the greatest stage of them all inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on April 6.

Check out a pic of Punk and Cobana enjoying the hockey above - which comes to you via the nhlexpertpicks Instagram account.

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