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Par David Marques

CM Punk’s potential return to the WWE has been the subject of much speculation and excitement among wrestling fans. Despite his release from AEW, the WWE has reportedly declined to sign the former star.

The WWE’s Decision

According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, executives Vince McMahon, Nick Khan, and Triple H collectively decided that the “negatives outweighed the positives” when it came to Punk. While there is currently no agreement between Punk and the WWE, it’s important to note that things could change in the future.

Punk’s History

In 2021, CM Punk made his long-awaited return to professional wrestling with AEW after a hiatus of over seven years. However, backstage issues ultimately led to his departure from the promotion. The final straw came during an incident at AEW’s All In event, which resulted in Punk’s contract being terminated.

Limited Options for Punk

With his release from AEW, CM Punk’s options for continuing his wrestling career are limited. The WWE is the industry leader, followed by AEW. Other promotions, such as Impact Wrestling, NWA, MLW, and GCW, are significantly smaller and may not be able to match the WWE’s offer.

New Japan Pro-Wrestling is a possibility, but it would likely require Punk to primarily wrestle overseas. Additionally, New Japan has a working relationship with AEW, which could complicate matters.

Possible WWE Return

In recent weeks, WWE has dropped hints that suggest a possible return for Punk. These include Shinsuke Nakamura using Punk’s finishing move during a match and the upcoming Survivor Series event taking place in Punk’s hometown of Chicago.

While a return at Survivor Series may not be in the works, a comeback at the Royal Rumble in January or WrestleMania 40 in April could still be a possibility.

The WWE’s decision not to sign CM Punk may disappoint some fans, but the landscape of professional wrestling is constantly evolving. Only time will tell if Punk and the WWE will have a future partnership.

Source : bleacherreport.com