CM Punk believes WWE’s level of hypocrisy has gone too far

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WWE’s decisions in the recent past have angered CM Punk. We all know that the superstar wrestler fell out with Vince McMahon and the WWE back in January, leaving the company for good in the process.

Many WWE fans hope he will return soon, but some believe the swift nature of his exit leaves CM Punk himself facing some criticism. All we know is that the attention on that has been toned down somewhat in recent months, but that doesn’t mean things have been quiet in WWE circles.

Troubled Diva

WWE's sacking and reinstating of Diva Emma tells you that much. A quality Money in the Bank pay-per-view was soon followed by talk of problems outside the ring again. This time it was the turn of WWE Diva Emma, or Tenille Dashwood. Whatever you want to refer to her as, she's made a lot of headlines recently.

Quite a lot of the stories written about her in the last month became old 24 hours later. Dashwood was arrested for theft, and then was subsequently fired by Vince McMahon and the WWE 24 hours later, before being reinstated one day later. 

WWE hypocrisy

Considering the problems many WWE wrestlers have been through in the past, it seemed awfully hypocritical that Vince McMahon and his organization would show Diva Emma the door so quickly.

CM Punk shared the view that the WWE had been hypocritical on the issue, although he showed it indirectly. @SethMates tweeted this past week, “Gotta be more to Emma story. Hope she is OK. If it's just shoplifting, WWE's level of hypocrisy has reached WWE levels of hypocrisy.”

This tweet was favorited by CM Punk this week, which clearly shows that he shares the view of @SethMates. It’s a clear example of the wrestler using social media to share his views without publicly broadcasting them.

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The situation

CM Punk led WWE as the longest reigning champion during what is called ‘the modern era,’ having held the title for 434 days. He is currently signed to the company, but hasn’t been seen in the ring since the start of 2014.

Considering everything that CM Punk has accomplished in the WWE, some people have questioned what he would have to experience in WWE that he hasn’t already. Though the one event that would be persuade him back is likely to be the main slot at WrestleMania XXXI. But whether he and the WWE can sort out their differences remains to be seen.

If you still miss CM Punk, see the video below for his best bits. 

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