The former WWE superstar will have the freedom to talk as much wrestling as he wants now that he's back on TV and has suggested that his takes won't be restricted to WWE.
"It IS weird trying to catch up on 5+ years of rasslin’, I’m doing what I can," he tweeted on Monday. "There’s bright spots, mostly women from what I can tell. There’s BAD too. I’m gonna talk about it, and no one is safe. Join us."
It IS weird trying to catch up on 5+ years of rasslin’, I’m doing what I can. There’s bright spots, mostly women from what I can tell. There’s BAD too. I’m gonna talk about it, and no one is safe. Join us. @ReneeYoungWWE @WWEonFOX @BookerT5x @RealPaigeWWE @VinceMcMahon @TonyKhan— CM Pumpkinpie (@CMPunk) November 18, 2019
Punk caught the attention of rapper Wale, who asked if he's going to be part of the Royal Rumble next year while predicting he wouldn't get a reply from the former Straight-Edge man.
Thing is, though, Punk did reply, giving Wale a blunt "Nope" with assurances over his plans to talk about it. Of course, he kinda had to reply as he started it by asking the artiste how often people call him Whale and if he would be tuning in to Backstage on Tuesday.
"I work for FOX," he would add in his reply.
Punk Back On TV Is Must-See TV
The entire WWE Universe might be tuning in to see Punk take on his new job tomorrow and, following his tweet, intrigue should be sky-high.
This Tony Khan bit does make things interesting. McMahon can't order Punk to avoid mentioning AEW but perhaps FOX can. Then again, he would have known that before posting his tweet, right?