C.M. Punk rips WWE again, rejects Vince McMahon’s apology
December 4, 2014 - WWE
The behind and onward between former WWE luminary C.M. Punk and a company’s owner, Vince McMahon, continues.
Last week, Punk explained, in good detail, because he left a WWE, citing bad health and medical courtesy as one of a categorical reasons. Punk also claimed that a association gave him his stop papers on a day of his marriage to WWE diva A.J. Lee.
McMahon afterwards seemed on “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s podcast and apologized to Punk for a marriage day firing, citing a mixup with lawyers and talent relations.
McMahon also settled that notwithstanding a bad blood, “I wish that one day, we’ll be means to get behind together soon.”
On a new part of “The Art of Wresting” podcast, expelled on Thursday, Punk was asked about returning to a WWE.
“It’s approach too f—ing early, we have no seductiveness in f—ing going back,” Punk said. “The disproportion in my appearance, my mental stability, all opposite a board, now from 9 or 10 months ago, is so drastically different.”
Punk also commented on WWE luminary Chris Jericho, who left a association in 2005 and returned a integrate of years later, observant that Punk will eventually be back.
“Jericho thinks that we feel accurately how he felt in 2005. He left for two, two-and-a-half years or something like that. From his perspective, he felt in 2005, when he left, he was never gonna come behind and he sees me observant that and he’s substantially like, ‘Just wait 3 years, you’ll feel like it’ll come back.’ we can see his indicate of view, though then, in turn, I’d go, ‘Motherf—–, they didn’t glow we on your marriage day. They didn’t intentionally and maliciously try to hurt a day that was ostensible to be special to everybody.”
Punk continued, “I don’t wish to hear ‘It was a coincidence, a lawyers didn’t speak to talent relations.’ … My mother asked for that time off so she could a) get married and b) go on her honeymoon. … They knew. If a reparation was sincere, we wouldn’t use it as a broadside attempt on Austin’s podcast. You have my phone number, we have my address, we could text, we could call, we could uncover adult when you’re a 10-minute f—ing expostulate from my residence and apologize to me like a man. That’s a f—ing existence of it. That’s a f—ing timeline, ladies and gentlemen.”
You can listen to Punk’s full coming on “The Art of Wrestling” below.