Former WWE Superstar CM Punk's 'Pipebomb' trends worldwide
- CM Punk shared a thing or two about his favorite promos.
- The WWE fans responded by making his Pipebomb trend on top for whole day.
Yesterday, BT Sport put up a post asking the WWE fans to rank three of their favourite promos in the show's history. In return, the rest of the promos will forever be deleted from the history of WWE, as was implied by their game. It turns out; former WWE Superstar CM Punk also wanted to be part of their conversation and share his opinion.
Soon after that, CM Punk took to Twitter and announced his choice, naming three best promos from the given list. The three WWE promos that he thought was greatest of all time are Hard Times, Pipebomb, and Austin 3:16.
The list also included the Total Divas promos that was cut by his wife, AJ Lee. Although the couple left WWE long back, CM Punk and AJ Lee still have their loyal set of admirers who never forgot their brilliance both inside the squared circle as well as on the mic.
Soon after this, the WWE fans all over the world recalled one of the greatest moments in not just WWE, but also the entire professional business. The company was never the same after this incredibly good promo that demolished the fourth wall and brought out a lot of personal stuff.
CM Punk and his current status with WWE
Last year, FS1 started the broadcast of WWE Backstage -- a show hosted by Renee Young and Booker T.
While it wasn't the most popular show on the network, it was indeed the one that was responsible for bringing CM Punk's return to the WWE Universe -- even if it was under the channel and not the promotion.
Last week, however, the reports suggested that WWE Backstage and one other show will have cutbacks in the promotion. Renne Young then took to Twitter and said that show was cancelled while also announcing that she has contracted the coronavirus.
Following the news, many fans speculated if the show will move to the WWE Network and if that happens, will CM Punk still feature on the show as a special guest? Well, that remains highly unlikely as CM Punk's deal was with FS1 and not WWE. Hence, it is highly unlikely for that to happen.
While Triple H and Vince McMahon have stated they will be open to working with CM Punk in the future, the latter said that he would probably do it for big bucks. This business is known for its uncertainty, and we will have to wait to find out what's next for CM Punk.Published 30 Jun 2020, 06:46 IST