It has been months now since members of the WWE Universe, some shocked and some unsurprised, became aware of the news that CM Punk had walked out of WWE.
Given his sudden departure, the fact we have heard little from Punk either via his Twitter account or through media reports of his whereabouts since he left, is not really shocking news.
What we do know is that he married WWE Diva AJ Lee in June this year and also joked about being arrested on Twitter a few days ago.
The fact the information we do know is very few and far between, as well as a lot of it being false speculation, only proves that we won't know a great deal about what Punk plans to do with his future any time soon.
A lot of what has been said since the 35-year-old left has been more out of hope that fact from the WWE Universe. Ultimately, with the money he has earned his decision to quit WWE has probably lead to him doing more things in his personal life which he wasn't able to do before, which is a private matter.
Realistically, since Punk decided to leave, WWE has still maintained its great following, with a number of less prominent Superstars currently emerging well within the company.
This isn't to say should Punk ever return it wouldn't be a big deal, of course it would. But WWE fans should be pleased either way and still show a great interest in the industry if that is what they really follow, whether CM Punk is a part of the current WWE roster or not.
In addition, if The Straight-Edge Savior was to return, I am not sure what point he would be trying to prove. He already achieved so much prior to leaving that the statement, if any, he would aim to make by returning would surely not be about his talent as a wrestler.
It is said he left the company on very bad terms with WWE, so perhaps a return would see him showing that issues had been solved between the two. If the terms Punk left on were that bad, though, surely we won't be seeing an appearance made by him any time soon.