CM Punk resurfaced last week and told his side of the WWE story and "broke the internet" in the process.
This was a major development for many WWE fans because they finally found out the real reasons for the "best in the worlds" departure from the company.
This week, as promised CM Punk returned to Colt Cabana's podcast and answered fans questions about his final few years with one of the biggest wrestling company's in the world.
Punk, real name Phil Brooks talked about working with The Shield at last year's TLC when he didn't even want to be at the pay-per-view. He said he had booked the day off to go to a friends wedding and WWE hadn't allowed him to, so instead he was forced to be a part of a three-on-one handicap match with The Shield.
He said that the build up to that match was so hard because everyone was in his ear telling him he had to go over but at the same time he had to make Roman Reigns look strong.
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As well as this he talked being fired on his wedding day again and addressed the fact that many fans had said it could have been a coincidence, but Punk said WWE knew it was his wedding day because his wife AJ Lee had booked the time off to get married and he had talked to Triple H the day before. He then received the letters via overnight delivery so WWE had purposely done it to ruin what was supposed to be a special day for him.
Vince McMahon had appeared on Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast earlier in the week and had apologised to CM Punk for what happened but Punk said that this was all publicity, it was so that Vince was seen to be doing something right when he could have done the right thing when he was ten minutes away from his house. Vince could have called him like he had so many times before and apologised to him without the whole world knowing, but Vince did it for the attention.
Host Cabana said this was the last time Punk was going to be on the podcast and talk about his time in WWE, so this was basically the final part of a story that has been going on for the best part of eleven months.
The good news about this is that CM Punk said it was to early to decide if he would return to wrestling, but he wouldn't be returning to WWE. He talked about other companies like PWG and returning to the ring in the distant future, so at least Punk has filled fans with a little bit of hope for the next few years.
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