For some reason, he decided not to take the mask off and he left the building after the GTS.
We had another source reach out to confirm that CM Punk was indeed the masked man who appeared at MKE Wrestling's "The Last Knight" event on Friday night. Silas Young, who can be seen filming Punk's appearance with his cellphone in the video below, had some fun with this on Twitter by noting that "some PUNK" interfered in a match.
The former WWE Champion entered the ring wearing a mask, and he helped Ace Steele defeat Daryck St Holmes when he hit Holmes with the GTS. We have also been told that Punk waited in his vehicle outside the venue before making his appearance and left immediately afterwards.
Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp indicated that this isn't actually the first time that Punk has done this since leaving wrestling.
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This reportedly is not the first time Punk appeared an independent event in disguise.
Don't expect him to make a return to the business full-time, but mini appearances like this can only be good for the independent wrestling scene.
The original plan was to do a reveal on Colt Cabana's Wrestling Road Diaries 3.