All wrestling fans know that CM Punk left WWE back in 2014, and went on to have a career inside the octagon where he got beat up for UFC money.
So, basically, just like his life with WWE. He then claimed in an interview that he won't be returning to wrestling anytime soon, which disappointed legions of fans.
And then, from out of nowhere, some dude in a mask and a hood got himself involved in an indie wrestling event—but fled immediately after the appearance—recently.
It was later confirmed that the mysterious character was indeed CM Punk. Could this finally be the prelude to the return wrestling fans are salivating for?
Just like everyone else, we’re dying to know where Punk might show up next. So we scoured the internet until we found out where the likely sighting's going to be.
Many fans have speculated that the former WWE rebel would show up in All Elite Wrestling’s first official show, “Double or Nothing,” on May 25, formalizing his allegiance to the WWE's newest rival.
Sadly, that won’t be happening because Punk has already been booked on the said date.
The official website of Cage Fury Fighting Championships has confirmed that Punk will be calling the action at the CFFC 75 event on the 25th, all the more making the possibility of him double-booking a total long shot.
Punk had made his CFFC debut as a color commentator back in December 2018, and since then, has really liked working there.
“I can't wait for this opportunity to call the CFFC fights on UFC Fight Pass,” he said. “CFFC has a long history of putting on exciting fights featuring some of the sport's up-and-coming athletes. This card is going to be a lot of fun and I'm really excited to have the chance to be a part of it.”