CM Punk Was A Guest On Colt Cabana’s Podcast & He Finally Opened Up About Leaving WWE

Looks like if we want to see CM Punk again, we’re going to have to get NHL Ticket and start watching Blackhawk games. If you’re a fan of CM Punk, or just a wrestling fan in general, this is a must listen interview. It starts around the 10 minute and goes for a little under two hours, but it’s just Punk telling the entire story of the lead up to his departure from WWE and then the departure itself. A lot of this stuff shouldn’t be too surprising, as the men and women in the WWE and wrestling organizations everywhere must be working hurt or sick all the time. With that said, after listening to this interview, I have a completely different take on the whole situation. I used to blame Punk for leaving before his contract was up, but from the sound of it, he tried everything he could to stick around, but sometimes enough is just enough. He tells some good stories about Ryback, HHH, Vince and WWE’s head doctor Chris Amann. Put aside some time and listen to this interview for a fresh perspective on one of the most controversial departures in WWE history.

– Ryan

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