CM Punk Contradicts His Statement After Wrestling Return at AEW All Out 2021

Published 09/06/2021, 8:53 AM EDT


At AEW All Out, CM Punk made his in-ring return after seven long years. The Voice of the Voiceless had a splendid match with the young Darby Allin. The Chicago fans in attendance supported Punk wholeheartedly as they filled the arena with CM Punk chants throughout the show. After the show, CM Punk took to Twitter and made a brief comment about a tweet that he tweeted years ago, which the fans are going to love.

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CM Punk is enjoying wrestling for AEW

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The self-proclaimed Best in the World left WWE seven years ago in a terrible state. Punk was hurting himself during his stay at WWE because of the hectic schedule. He was also extremely despondent about the storylines he was a part of. This led to him quitting WWE, and because of exhaustion, Punk never wanted to wrestle again. The former WWE Champion made that clear in many interviews he gave after his exit from WWE.

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Punk’s decision to not wrestle anymore left the wrestling fans in agony. The former WWE superstar tweeted a cryptic message back in 2013, stating, “This poop just ain’t fun anymore.” After making his in-ring return after seven years, Punk took to Twitter to write a comment about this post. He tagged the screenshot of the tweet and then tweeted- “This shit is fun again.”

From this tweet, fans finally understood that Punk was mentioning how bad it was wrestling for WWE. Now that Punk has rectified his quotes about wrestling, fans are happy to see Punk loving wrestling again.

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A wrestling match after seven long years…

AEW promoted All Out as the in-ring return of the infamous CM Punk. Wrestling fans worldwide finally got the chance to see their most loved wrestling superstar back inside the ring. Punk showed glimpses of some brilliant moves, but the young sensation Darby Allin certainly carried the match.

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Both superstars were at it by pulling off some stunning moves. Allin had the best spots in the match, but Punk was the one who got the fans invested. In the end, CM Punk won the match by hitting the GTS on Allin to pin him.

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Shijas Muhammed

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Shijas Muhammed is a WWE and Tennis Author at EssentiallySports. Making his way into the final stage of his bachelor's degree, Shijas has been a lifelong WWE fan. He was captivated by the Attitude Era of WWE because of its star-studded locker room.

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