In the pro wrestling world, few topics create as much buzz as the possible WWE return of a major veteran. The recent stir revolves around former AEW sensation, CM Punk, who seems to be in and out of controversy like he’s in a wrestling ring. The latest in the series of speculation is Cutting Edge; his iconic theme song “Cult of Personality,” performed by Living Colour, got revitalized just before the highly anticipated WWE Survivor Series.
Punk, famous for his intriguing persona and dramatic departures, has once again grabbed the center stage post his AEW exit. As the WWE Survivor Series approaches, industry insiders and fans alike are reading between the lines and drawing parallels. Mysteriously, the punk anthem received a face-lift quite timely, queueing up speculation about Punk’s return to the WWE.
WWE has been thoughtfully crafting their narrative in recent months, cleverly weaving subtle CM Punk references into their programming. But it’s not just them. The USA Network also readily jumped aboard the speculation train, more than once hinting at Punk’s comeback.
“Cult of Personality” by Living Colour has accompanied Punk on his journey through WWE and AEW for over ten years. But it’s the release of the remastered version of the song right before this year’s Survivor Series that is adding intrigue. The timing seems more than a mere coincidence, fanning rumors of Punk’s return to the WWE.
Adding to this, a WWE insider added fuel to the burning speculation, hinting towards a potential path for CM Punk’s return to the WWE ring. The Second City Saint is tipped to make a grand comeback as the pro wrestling world turns its eager eyes towards Chicago on November 25th for the much-anticipated Survivor Series.
So, as the puzzle pieces seem to align in favor of Punk’s WWE return, what are your thoughts? Is the remastered track an indication of a huge comeback? Would CM Punk grace the WWE stage one more time? The anticipation is palpable. Join the rumble and share your opinion in the comment section below.