CM Punk Finally Breaks His Silence

21

November 27, 2014 by Joey Keogh

cc

After months of speculation, CM Punk has finally decided to share his story, in a two-part series on his buddy Colt Cabana‘s hugely popular Art Of Wrestling podcast, the first instalment of which has just aired online (and you can listen to below).

Punk goes into huge detail about how badly he was treated by the WWE, choosing to work sick and injured until it finally became too much for him and Vince cried as he admitted he couldn’t go on. He also makes it clear that he was fired, he didn’t quit, and that it wasn’t an easy decision to make but he had to do it for his health and well-being.

The podcast is well worth a listen, especially considering Punk will be answering fans’ questions in the second part. His story is devastatingly sad, in parts, and it paints quite a harsh picture of the business but it’s inspiring to know that Punk is in a happier place now and can move on with his life.

Fans and haters alike, rejoice! We finally have our answers.

 

Advertisements

21 thoughts on “CM Punk Finally Breaks His Silence

  1. […] the revelations made by ex-WWE employee CM Punk, on his buddy Colt Cabana‘s podcast, Art Of Wrestling, […]

  2. […] you feel about his debut, Sting has caused quite a stir this week (although he wasn’t quite the biggest news story). And yes, the joke is an obvious, easy one to make, but it’s still funnier than all of those […]

  3. […] Sting, forget CM Punk, forget Dolph Ziggler’s push and certainly forget the Styles clash controversy (get well soon […]

  4. […] the biggest news story of last week is fast becoming the biggest news story of this week, suffice to say it’s all about one man […]

  5. […] full, too, just to get the atmosphere of the conversation) but for the majority of fans, there was one particular topic we all wanted to hear Vince give his views on, and it wasn’t the new and improved […]

  6. […] difficult it was to get he and Vince sat in the same place for long enough to do an interview, but, considering what happened the previous week, that sometimes things just work out for the best. He also revealed he’d reached out to Taker, […]

  7. […] Twins are aptly renamed the Boulder twins, in homage to Nikki’s boobies perhaps? – and CM Punk is included in the feature, presumably due to the time-scale of the animation […]

  8. […] sending the internet into a total meltdown just last week, ex-WWE employee CM Punk has gone and done it again with the shocking (but not […]

  9. […] the explosive reveal at the weekend that ex-WWE employee and general upstart CM Punk is joining forces with UFC – as a fighter, screamed da internetz – a statement was released […]

  10. […] juxtaposition, the biggest news story of our year was Punk’s already-infamous tell-all interview with Colt Cabana, an event from which we’re still feeling the shock-waves. Apparently, the […]

  11. […] of his move to a commentating role, on NXT Takeover [R]Evolution, may have been a swipe at his now-infamous interview with Colt Cabana. During Graves’ speech, he noted how WWE‘s “world class […]

  12. […] an interview with the This Is Awesome wrestling show, Seth Rollins opened up about his feelings on Punk’s departure, and subsequent signing with UFC, diplomatically suggesting the whole situation could’ve been […]

  13. […] Bieber, and generally mocking his chances with the company, along with being pressed to discuss his reasons for leaving WWE yet again – not to mention wife’s status with the company – Punk turned noticeably […]

  14. […] Tweets, Ryback joined Chris Jericho on his podcast this week to give his view on Punk’s rather dubious claims about him allegedly botching moves on purpose and being a “hurty” wrestler in general. […]

  15. […] work in a BBQ joint (literally, not an attempt at humour), then why does he keep botching moves and hurting other wrestlers? Ryback finishes off by calling out Rusev and putting weird emphasis on the words “ass […]

  16. […] the help of his lifelong friend, and fellow wrestler, Colt Cabana. Suffice to say, the broadcast of this particular episode of Cabana’s popular Art Of Wrestling podcast broke iTunes and the internet (although it was […]

  17. […] Bad News Barrett and Mizdow, my favourite wrestler in NJPW, Shinsuke Nakamura, and to CM Punk for staying true to what he believes in and pursuing his […]

  18. […] Ziggles has interests outside of the ring. Considering this feeds into what Punk discussed on his now-infamous podcast with Colt Cabana, it doesn’t really paint the company in the best light, […]

  19. […] Return Imminent (Again) Following widespread speculation about her quitting just like her no-good husband, being injured and, rather weirdly, even pregnant, it’s finally been confirmed that AJ Lee is […]

  20. […] to Wrestling News, Dr. Chris Amann is suing Colt Cabana and CM Punk over comments made on their infamous Art Of Wrestling podcast. Amann feels his reputation has been irreparably damaged following claims Punk was cleared to […]

  21. […] No Regrets, Wishes He’d Punched Certain People There’s seemingly no end to the CM Punk leaves WWE story as the ex-Superstar was asked yet again about his illustrious, yet short-lived, career by Fox […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: