When it comes to social media, there are few sports stars who can get away with having any kind of dig without it being noticed and CM Punk is certainly no exception.
Despite having left the WWE on what were not exactly the best of terms over a year ago, CM Punk is often still a hot topic amongst the WWE Universe, not least for his strong words on social media site Twitter.
For anyone who is a follower of the former Straight-Edge Saviour, they will be aware that his tweets are most commonly about hockey or UFC and very rarely have any link to WWE, which is understandable.
Over the past couple of days however, Punk has been involved in two heated discussions as a result of tweets made, with both of them involving top names of WWE.
This past Monday, CM Punk was tagged in a tweet referencing his cash in of his Money In The Bank on Edge some years ago, in the run up to the pay-per-view event which takes place this coming Sunday night.
The tweet read as follows:
Although it was actually seven years ago this took place, the incorrect information did not hinder any chance of a reply from the former WWE superstar, who said:
Although it is unclear who the tweet was specifically aimed at, it is clear Punk is taking a shot at Triple H, as it is common knowledge that the relationship between the two is not exactly the best it could be.
It was well known that while CM Punk worked under WWE, The Game was not exactly his biggest fan and thus did not give him the push he deserved which surely confirms the idea that this tweet was directed at him.
As well as this, CM Punk also fought back against none other than professional wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, who had some clear words for the 36-year-old following the Lightning vs Blackhawks hockey game.
Which unsurprisingly prompted an angry and direct reply from CM Punk:
These two incidents near enough confirm the idea that CM Punk's feelings towards WWE when he left are the same as what they are now.
With the experience he had, the backstage rumours and tweets like the aforementioned one from Hulk Hogan however, it is easy to see why he is not exactly WWE's number one fan.