CM Punk has finally broken his silence on the drama between himself, AEW and reportedly the locker room, for the first time since All Out.
When we last heard substantive comments from CM Punk, he had just eaten copious baked goods and changed the course of AEW history.
This time however, his comments were admittedly more flippant however his off the cuff response to a rib from his current colleague was enough to make fans take note!
On commentary for an MMA event, CM Punk’s commentary team partner cracked a joke first about Punk’s injury status to which Punk replied:
“Everything is hurt. I’m nursing everything.”
When they went on to tease that they were hoping to create a new professional wrestling organization and looking for a big signing, Punk interjected:
“Oh I’m bad news, you don’t want me in the locker room.”
To which the fellow broadcaster commented, “Yeah that dude will mess up your entire organization. I like working here man! Don’t let him do any press conferences!” as CM Punk laughed along.
CM Punk remains off of AEW television after having been forced to vacate the AEW World Championship title after there was an altercation backstage involving numerous staff.
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— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) November 19, 2022
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