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    Default Reasons Why CM Punk Walked Out on the Company

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    As noted, CM Punk has been removed from WWE events going forward after reportedly informing Vince McMahon at Monday's RAW that he was going home. Punk reportedly told Vince and other WWE officials this in a meeting before the show went on the air.

    While Punk vs. Triple H was planned for WrestleMania XXX, word now is that Triple H will be facing Daniel Bryan in New Orleans this April.

    While Punk is under contract through July, he is no longer factored into company plans. According to one source, the original script for Monday's RAW had Punk losing to Antonio Cesaro after Kane interfered, allowing Cesaro to qualify for the Elimination Chamber. Another source denies that and says Punk was never scheduled to wrestle Monday night and was only scheduled for an in-ring promo at Kane. Punk was not backstage during RAW and was not at SmackDown last night. It's believed that the late RAW re-write at 6pm on Monday was because Punk had just informed officials he was going home and wouldn't be back.

    Punk leaving is being described as a situation where he's unhappy and burnt out with the overall direction of the company. There's also a feeling among wrestlers that Punk has saved his money and just doesn't need it any more, even the big WrestleMania payday that was coming up.

    Following the Royal Rumble on Sunday, Punk's mood was described as "pissy" but that's not an unusual description of Punk's demeanor backstage. One source believed that since Punk's last goal was to work a WrestleMania main event, it may be a situation where he realized it wasn't going to happen this year and with his WWE deal expiring in July, that may have weighed down upon him because he was so goal driven and this was one he couldn't accomplish because of elements that were outside of his control.

    Punk wrote the following on Twitter Monday:

    "Thanks for all the support. Keep being you guys, it's pretty cool."

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    I don't think he'll return at all. It seems to me that Punk was just waiting to leave.

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    Can fully understand him. I dont get why WWE treats his full time workers like crap. I mean first the Rock, now Batista and lets be honest what the hell did HHH do this year to be in a main Event of Wrestlemania 30, besides being Vince McMahons Son in Law
    Do you know Richard Cheese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EidenAnderson View Post
    Can fully understand him. I dont get why WWE treats his full time workers like crap. I mean first the Rock, now Batista and lets be honest what the hell did HHH do this year to be in a main Event of Wrestlemania 30, besides being Vince McMahons Son in Law
    WWE needs to get their sh*t together. Plain and simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EidenAnderson View Post
    Can fully understand him. I dont get why WWE treats his full time workers like crap. I mean first the Rock, now Batista and lets be honest what the hell did HHH do this year to be in a main Event of Wrestlemania 30, besides being Vince McMahons Son in Law
    Agree! This is just BS.

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    Default CM Punk Said to Be "Good as Gone"

    While CM Punk is still being advertised for Elimination Chamber and may appear on some other advertisements for upcoming live events, word is that he will eventually be pulled from those as well. In the last week, two different people with knowledge of Punk's situation have noted that he was "as good as gone" from WWE when his deal expired in July and one person said they didn't expect him to even last until July.

    Regarding Punk talking to Vince McMahon at RAW before he went home, word now is that Punk didn't see Vince until 7:30pm. Earlier reports said that Vince had the creative team start re-writing RAW just after 6pm when he found out Punk was leaving. The reason the Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio match on RAW went so long is because it came during the period that was laid out for Punk's segment and the match had to go a second segment to cover the time.

    There has been a working assumption within WWE creative for several weeks that Punk was leaving in July and would not sign a new deal. Sheamus will be replacing Punk at all SmackDown tapings where Punk was largely advertised as the main star.

 

 

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