CP Punk gave the WWE Universe some measure of hope after working on a WWE project for FS1 last week. But while he's confirmed he auditioned for the company's studio show, WWE Backstage, he's not inter...
Teasing a possible part in WWE’s debut of Friday Night SmackDown on Fox, CM Punk asked The Rock to call him during the show.
In what is quickly becoming an incredibly newsworthy week for CM Punk, he and Colt Cabana finally seem to have settled their differences in court.
As well as working backstage for FOX on a new WWE show, there's speculation CM Punk may also consider wrestling again on a part-time basis.
Cody Rhodes seemed to leave the door open for CM Punk at AEW during an interview earlier this week, although he claims the former WWE star made his promotion "look like dumbasses" after talks earlier this year.
Even if CM Punk shows an interest in joining AEW, it looks like the wrestling promotion is no longer interested in having him, all thanks to one thing.
Reports are confirming that CM Punk is, in fact, back doing some work with FOX for the WWE show on FS1.
According to a recent report, there a feeling inside WWE that CM Punk might actually want to return to the company and not for AEW.
We used to think CM Punk, Eddie Guerrero, and Rey Mysterio in the same match could only happen in our heads, but apparently not.
Jim Ross has accused WWE of not treating CM Punk fairly.
For the first time since WCW's demise in 2001, WWE will be engaging in a serious wrestling war - this time with the new AEW promotion.
CM Punk's interview at Starrcast III was incredibly telling, but the highlight was the revelation that he almost goaded Stone Cold out of retirement.
CM Punk cut a promo for his appearance at Starrcast III this Saturday and, while unorthodox, it effectively teased what's to come with a live mic.
The person behind Starrcast III, Conrad Thompson, looks forward to having CM Punk at his event, but says don’t to expect him at AEW’s All Out.
After Daniel Bryan used the GTS on Kofi Kingston at a WWE live event (twice!) Shinsuke Nakamura has asked its creator if he can use it too.
Daniel Bryan and Kofi Kingston proved there was a pretty easy way to get out of a CM Punk chant if a live WWE crowd try to hijack a match.
Never out of the spotlight, in a recent video on YouTube, CM Punk can be heard getting into an altercation with a fan while calling an MMA event.
Silas Young was at the show when CM Punk allegedly made an appearance under a mask. He can't say for certain, but is pretty sure it was actually Punk.