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CM Punk Returns: Wrestler Comes Out Of Retirement For ‘AEW Rampage’




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CM Punk Returns: Wrestler Comes Out Of Retirement For ‘AEW Rampage’
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The best in the world is back!

CM Punk, a two-time WWE champion, made his anticipated return to wrestling after seven years of retirement on Friday’s episode of TNT’s AEW Rampage.

Fans didn’t have to wait long to see Punk. The beloved wrestler kicked off the hour, taking an emotional walk to the ring, greeting fans along the way. “August 20, 2021, I’m back, and I’m back for you!” he told the crowd. “I’m back because I want to work with that young talent [in AEW]. I’m back because I have some scores to settle.”

Punk specifically called out Darby Allin, who appeared in the rafters alongside Sting, and challenged: A one-on-one match at Everything out, will take place on September 5. “I’m here to help, and you’re the first on the list.” he said. “There’s nothing more dangerous you can do than wrestle with CM Punk, except wrestle with CM Punk in Chicago.” Punk is scheduled for next Wednesday on AEW: Dynamite.

Rumors of Punk’s return started on July 22 when pugnacious‘s Sean Ross Sapp reported that the veteran wrestler was in talks with AEW about making a comeback in the ring. That whisper reached a fever pitch when it was announced that rampageThe August 20 episode — touted as the “First Dance” — was set to take place live from the United Center in Chicago, which happens to be Punk’s birthplace.

Several AEW wrestlers also hinted at Punk’s return, including Darby Allin, who nicknamed Punk’s “Best in the World” during a promo, and Kenny Omega, who is both a “Cookie Monster” and a “Chick Magnet.” shirt in the air. (Punk has joked before that both names are what the “CM” in his name stands for.)

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AEW boss Tony Khan also dropped a hint, tweet“I bet the excitement of the highly anticipated announcement in @AEW’s history on #AEWRampage The First Dance will increase through All Out on PPV. We will create new fans + we welcome sleeping struggling households worldwide back into the fold; starts tomorrow a new era in #AEW.”

Punk last wrestled at the 2014 Royal Rumble, and in April he was removed from the WWE’s promotional images. He confirmed his retirement in July of that year, declaring that he would “never” return to wrestling. The ex-wrestler switched to mixed martial arts and competed in both UFC and the CFFC. He also wrote for Marvel comics and appeared in shows like The Challenge: Champs vs Pros and Ultimate Beastmaster.

Punk made a surprise return to WWE programming in 2019 with an appearance on WWE Backstage, where he raised whether or not he would wrestle again. “It’s nothing I’m actively pursuing or interested in, but I’m 41 years old and I’ve lived an experienced life where I know I shouldn’t say no,” he said. “But that will be a bridge to be built, and it could take as long as building the Great Wall of China, because there are some hurdles there.”

Punk will also appear in the Starz wrestling drama Chop (Sundays at 9/8c on Starz) as Rusty Rabies, a beloved local wrestler with a unique gimmick.

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