CM Punk reportedly reaches new deal with WWE

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The WWE and CM Punk haven't been completely friendly recently, with reports suggesting that the relationship between Punk and his former employers had reached an all time low.

New Deal

Well it seems that something must have started going right in the past week or so, as it seems the two sides have agreed a new deal with the WWE finally started the former Champion's merchandise on their website again.

This really does mark a change in the two sides standpoints as Punk's party had previously sent the WWE a 22-page manuscript detailing royalties they believe he is owed ever since leaving the WWE in January after the Royal Rumble.

2k15 and Film

In an apparent response to the letter a month or so ago, WWE slashed prices on many Punk items before removing them altogether. This included a huge price drop in the "Best In the World" DVD and Blu-ray, which was reduced to $2.99.

The discrepancy stems from WWE feeling Punk was in breach of his contract when he quit the organization this year, and therefore WWE feels they do not owe him anymore money. It should also be noted that Punk's 22-page letter to WWE was not a lawsuit.

In addition to the using of his likeness on their store, Punk is also said to be featured in the WWE 2K15 game that comes out this month as well as the WWE Flintstones movie that is set to be released next year.


Unfortunately, this doesn't mean that he is set to make an imminent return to the ring. As much as the wrestling universe would love a Punk comeback, it seems that the 36-year old is happy being away from the non-stop lifestyle that is being a WWE superstar.

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