CM Punk exit pleases WWE pair?

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The majority of fans may be bemoaning CM Punk’s exit from the WWE, but it would appear that there is at least two wrestlers still with the company that were happy to see the back of him.

According the sources in the US the Bella Twins, Brie and Nikki, have managed to draw positives from Punk’s departure from the organisation, as they feel it could help certain current stars remain at the top of the roster.

Speaking in more specific terms, the sisters, who have been with the WWE since 2007, believe that the hole left by Punk’s decision to leave means that up and coming stars such as Bray Wyatt and Daniel Bryan could benefit. Moreover it’s thought that Brie is pleased with the events which have unfolded, as it gives her boyfriend John Cena a bigger chance of retaining his position as the face of the company.

The rumours surrounding Punk’s sabbatical has been plentiful and far-fetched in equal measure, with no definite reason having come to light as of yet.

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