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CM Punk takes yet another shot at the WWE in tweet

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It's been well over a year since CM Punk left the WWE, but the former World Heavyweight Champion still can't help taking shots at his former employer.

The UFC fighter-in-training is good friend's with NXT superstar, Samoa Joe. Joe, who recently turned heel on his former ally Finn Balor, tweeted about the road to WrestleMania.

Well, in keeping with his good guy persona, Punk gave Joe a solid bit of advice.

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According to Punk, the WWE really like it when a star points at the WrestleMania sign that usually hangs in the arena during shows.

This seems like some top-notch advice. Try and think about anyone who has been in the main event of WrestleMania over the past decade. Now, think about how much they stare and point at the sign.

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There has to be a correlation between pointing at the sign and how far you get up Vince McMahon's brass-ring grabbing ladder.

As one intrepid fan went on to point out in a further tweet, maybe the reason why CM Punk never got his WrestleMania main event moment was because he didn't point at the sign.

Punk always complained that despite being the WWE Champion for 434 days, he never got to main event 'Mania. Maybe, just maybe it's because he didn't point at the sign. Probably not though.

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