"I'll see you here next week".
It's been six years since wrestling fans last saw CM Punk on WWE TV, but the former champion has left fans in disbelief following a shock announcement he will appear on "WWE Backstage".
While it doesn't put CM Punk back in a WWE ring, it should help the company. It should be noted that the deal with Punk involves FOX and not WWE.
After parting ways with WWE, Punk has gone on to author comic books for Marvel, compete in UFC and star in the horror film "Girl on the Third Floor". However, he did previously admit he was interested in joining "WWE Backstage", and he reportedly screen tested for the role a few weeks ago.
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Punk, known for his famous pipebomb promo in 2011 and the willingness to tell it like it is, could provide the buzz the show needs.
Within minutes, the WWE on FOX Twitter account confirmed that Punk will make periodic appearances on WWE Backstage beginning next Tuesday.
Catch WWE Backstage Tuesdays on FS1 for the latest news and conversation from around the WWE Universe. This will definitely get the rumor mill running though. Talk picked up again when he appeared to sign autographs and do a stage show at the Starrcast III convention done in conjunction with All Elite Wrestling's "All Out" pay-per-view his hometown of Chicago in August.
Punk held the WWE Championship for 434 days and established himself as one of the brand's biggest superstars. The opening chords of Living Colour's "Cult of Personality" rang out and CM Punk arrived. As Triple H said, "Never say never".