CM Punk: Astonishing comeback at Survivor Series for WWE star

After over a decade away from the WWE, CM Punk has made a stunning comeback.

At Saturday night’s American Survivor Series tournament, fans let out a loud cheer upon hearing his theme song.

He first quit WWE in 2014, and he’s frequently expressed his dissatisfaction with the company’s poor storylines and inadequate attention to his health.

Since the 45-year-old recently parted ways with All Elite Wrestling (AEW), a rival wrestling organization, there have been rumors that he might return.

However, Triple H, the chief content officer of WWE, said that CM Punk’s appearance at the event in his native Chicago was rather last-minute.

“After the show, we are very excited about it, but it was one of those lightning in a bottle moments that came together very quickly,” he stated during a press conference.

“It didn’t start to come to fruition until everybody stopped thinking it was going to happen, and then all of a sudden it was happening.”

In addition, Triple H brought up the fact that since leaving the WWE 10 years ago, CM Punk has frequently suggested that he will not be back.

“If you are the same person you were 10 years ago 10 years later, you’ve messed up,” Triple H stated.

Everyone develops and undergoes change. We’re all beginning from the same place, and I, he, and this firm are all distinct people now.

Fans were loving CM Punk’s return in his hometown Chicago

CM Punk, actual name Phil Brooks, briefly competed in mixed martial arts with the UFC after quitting the WWE in 2014.

After that, in 2021, he became an employee of AEW, although he left the organization earlier this year following the All Out pay-per-view event at Wembley Stadium.

Fans went into a frenzy when CM Punk made his unexpected WWE comeback; he didn’t even get into the ring or have a wrestling match.

On social media, the majority expressed disbelief; one person wrote that it was the “biggest pop in wrestling history.”

When CM Punk returned, Randy Orton—who had made his own comeback at Survivor Series after missing more than a year due to injury—was in the ring, and the two of them grinned as Punk stood at the top of the ramp.

“If he can help with where we’re going and what we’re doing, absolutely welcome aboard,” WWE star Cody Rhodes continued.

“I have a feeling the CM Punk we’re getting is hungry, and that’s the best.”

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