CM Punk has been the most talked about wrestler on the internet this year, and the fact that he has been absent from the WWE for nine months hasn’t changed anything.
If anything, CM Punk has become more searched on the internet since he left WWE the day before Royal Rumble back in January, with fans voicing their disdain at WWE's willingness to let him walk.
More headline grabbing exploits
But time has passed since then and more and more WWE fans are blaming Punk for his acrimonious exit, and for fans that are not convinced yet that Punk’s divisive character off-screen cost him his job, I’m sure WWE Chairman Vince McMahon would like to point you the way of his latest headline grabbing exploits.
CM Punk was once known as the Indie darling of wrestling, and his 434 day reign as WWE Champion was a true testament to the popularity he gained during his time in WWE. But it seems that his popularity could be waning, or at least it has with this fan who claims they were rudely ignored by Punk at a recent Chicago Blackhawks NHL game.
Ignoring his fans
It has been reported that a WWE fan bumped into CM Punk last week, but the fan has explained that the experience was certainly not a good one. Revealing their experience on wrestlingforum.com, Punk was allegedly rude to the extreme. Read what the wrestling fan had to say below, reported by WhatCulture.
“I was at the Hawks game and I’m standing getting food and I look to my left and literally 2 feet next to me AJ and Punk are standing,” the fan stated. “The only thing I said to them was Hey Phil can I get a picture please and he smirked and totally ignored me looking around like he was spacing the hell out.”
“It seems like he’s got a stick up his a** and doesn’t even want to acknowledge his fans that spent lots of money to get him super famous and rich. He should’ve at least said hi or sorry.”
Well…I imagine Vince McMahon will love this…
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