CM Punk surprises fans with his first televised appearance since leaving AEW, taking on a new role as a commentator for the Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC). Read on to discover more about Punk’s potential future plans and the buzz surrounding his return to the wrestling world.
| CM Punk returns to the spotlight as a commentator for the Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC).
| During the event, Punk’s broadcast partner cleverly alludes to his recent departure from AEW.
| Punk hints at having free time for the next couple of months, sparking speculation about his future plans.
| WWE President expresses respect for Punk and wishes him the best.
| WWE Survivor Series in Punk’s hometown adds to the excitement and speculation about his potential return.
CM Punk Returns to the Spotlight
On Friday night, the wrestling world was taken by surprise as CM Punk made his first televised appearance since parting ways with AEW . However, instead of stepping back into the squared circle, Punk took on a new role as a commentator for the Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC).
The CFFC 125 event, which originated from North Dakota, was broadcast live on UFC Fight Pass. Punk’s presence on the commentary team added an unexpected twist to the evening’s fights.
Punk’s Broadcast Partner’s Witty Remark
During the event, Punk’s broadcast partner, John Morgan, cleverly alluded to Punk’s recent departure from AEW . Morgan jokingly mentioned that he had bumped into Punk backstage, stating that Punk was now back ‘with cause.’ This lighthearted comment drew a chuckle from Punk and the viewers alike.
Punk’s Potential Non-Compete Clause
While providing commentary, Punk hinted at his future plans. He mentioned having some free time on his hands for the next couple of months, possibly alluding to a non-compete clause after his departure from AEW . This statement has sparked speculation among fans about what Punk’s next move in the wrestling world might be.
WWE President’s Response
In a recent interview with ESPN, WWE President Nick Khan was asked about the possibility of Punk returning to the company. Khan expressed respect for Punk, acknowledging his contributions during his previous tenure with WWE and his venture into the UFC. Khan wished Punk the best in his future endeavors.
Survivor Series in Punk’s Hometown
Adding to the intrigue, WWE Survivor Series is scheduled to take place in Punk’s hometown of Chicago on Saturday, November 25. This coincidence has fueled speculation among fans about a potential surprise appearance by Punk at the event.
As the wrestling world eagerly awaits CM Punk’s next move, his unexpected appearance as a commentator for CFFC has reignited excitement and speculation about his future in the industry.