WWE are interested in getting CM Punk to appear on Stone Cold's 'Broken Skull Sessions'

CM Punk and Stone Cold Steve Austin

Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast made it's re-debut on the WWE Network following Survivor Series this past Sunday, and he managed to get the man who is probably the most request guest of all time.

He rarely does interviews, but The Undertaker found himself on the receiving end of the Texas Rattlesnake's questions, and it was a must-see 100 minutes of content.

Taker spoke about coming into the business in the late 1980s, why he transformed his character during the Attitude Era and how he was all set to retire just a couple of years ago.

In the original incarnation of the podcast, Austin quizzed the likes of Vince McMahon, Brock Lesnar and Triple H, and there's not many more people in the wrestling business who would be deemed as 'special' that he has left to interview.

Stone Cold's first 'Broken Skull Sessions' with The Undertaker went down well with WWE fans

However there is one man that WWE are apparently interested in getting on the show - but he's not contracted to them.

According to , there had been talk internally in the company over the weekend that WWE want Punk for a future episode of Broken Skull Sessions.

Punk's original podcast with Colt Cabana following his departure in 2014 was explosive, but more eyes will see his story if Austin is to interview him - and it would be up there with an Undertaker interview in terms of big guests.

CM Punk

The issue though is that Punk himself has stated that a lot of bridges will need to be re-built in order for him to work with WWE directly again.

The former world champion is currently working for FOX, who produce the WWE Backstage show, and it will be up to WWE to make the first move to make amends with Punk.

But Vince McMahon will already know that his potential return is a chance to make a lot of money, but even if he doesn't return to the ring anytime soon, a WWE-produced podcast with Stone Cold isn't unrealistic at all.

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