Pro wrestling veteran and top AEW Star CM Punk, who made his pro wrestling return after a long 7-year hiatus and signed with All Elite Wrestling in August of 2021, recently took to his Twitter and talked about how he is not sure how much time he has left as an active in-ring competitor, but he will treat every match and every moment he has in the ring as his last and he will always give it his all and he will always leave it all out there.
CM Punk also thanked all the fans who have supported him and said that every time he is inside a ring and in front of a live audience he feels like it is something he thought he will never have back.
Punk made his promotional AEW debut on The First Dance special episode of AEW Rampage in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois. The pro wrestling veteran would then make his All Elite Wrestling in-ring debut at the company’s All Out PPV Event this past September 5th, when he defeated Darby Allin in a Singles Match. CM Punk has since competed in 10 more matches and has an undefeated win-loss record in AEW. He is currently in a feud with MJF and is set to face the member of The Pinnacle on next week’s Dynamite from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois.
You can check out CM Punk’s tweet below:
Everyday I’m in a ring, in front of a live audience, is time I never thought I’d have back. I treat ever second like it’s my last. Not sure how long I have left, but I will leave it all out there. Thanks to everyone who supports.— player/coach (@CMPunk) January 27, 2022