Former WWE superstar CM Punk has revealed that he 'didn't give a f**k' about his WrestleMania 29 showdown with The Undertaker, reports inquisitr.com.
Punk, who controversially left the industry earlier this year, has insisted that he had nothing against the Deadman, but revealed that he didn't have any passion as he entered the ring at the 'Grandest Stage of them All'.
The self proclaimed 'Best in the World' was ultimately beaten by Taker as the Streak continued in 2013 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, but it's something that clearly didn't bother him.
There's no doubt about it, for the majority of superstars on the WWE roster, wrestling at WrestleMania is the pinnacle of their career, but it's something that Punk wasn't fussed about.
Speaking on Sirius XM’s Opie with Jim Norton, Punk said: “Yeah I was [over it by then]. I didn’t care, and that was a big part of the problem, I was wrestling The Undertaker in front of 80,000 people, and I didn’t give a f**k.
I was just like ‘ah, whatever.’ I had zero passion, I was just like ‘yeah, whatever.’ And [The Undertaker] might get offended at that, but it’s nothing against him, it’s just where I was at. But I would hope he gets it.”
Now, then, with Punk having signed a deal with UFC, it seems extremely unlikely that he will ever step foot inside a WWE ring again.
The WWE Universe will, though, live in hope that he will one day put his differences aside with the organization, but for now his focus will be firmly on his new career path in martial arts.
The Undertaker's future
The upcoming WrestleMania certainly won't be featuring Punk, but it remains to be seen as to whether The Undertaker will return after the Streak came to an end at the hands of the now WWE champion Brock Lesnar earlier this year.
Taker hasn't been seen in WWE since that fateful night, with speculation continuing over his future in the business.
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