WWE should bring in CM Punk


WWE should bring in CM Punk.

The WWE Universe doesn’t want to admit it, but this is the least exciting the WWE has been for the past few years. The best thing in the company right now could be a debate between World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins and Intercontinental Champion Gunther. Outside of them and LA Knight, WWE lacks in the excitement department.

The Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns hasn’t even been on television since Money in The Bank back in July, and the women’s division is still struggling. There is one move that WWE could make that could change the entire trajectory of the company.

Yes, we know Triple H and Punk don’t have a great relationship, but imagine if they’re able to put their beef aside to coexist and bring him back to the WWE. It doesn’t make sense when people say he couldn’t improve ratings in AEW. Punk’s return at AEW Collision drew an impressive 816,0000 viewers for their debut show.

A lot of the hate CM Punk gets in the back is self-inflicted. He carries himself with arrogance and with a chip on his shoulder that nobody else has. The reason it makes sense for him to go back to WWE is simple — elevating the excitement. The Bloodline storyline (if there is one anymore) is getting stale and quite frankly confusing. For the past few years that storyline carried the WWE, and now that it is essentially gone, it feels like something is missing.

On the other hand, you have a desperate CM Punk, who likely wants a job somewhere. Maybe companies like IMPACT will take a chance on him, maybe not. Nothing would resurrect his career as a wrestler than returning to WWE clearing his name and succeeding like he once did in WWE. Quite frankly, they need each other right now.

I came across this tweet the other day and there is no better summary of the perception of Punk returning to WWE.


Before anyone gets upset, this is not me claiming he should be the one to dethrone Reigns or anything like that. The argument against him returning to WWE can’t just be, “Well people don’t like him.” Rollins and Cody Rhodes have heat in real life as well, and remember how great the feud was? Bring Punk in on some “probationary contract” and as long as he hasn’t started fights in the back, this could work out for the both of them.

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