10 Things We Learned From CM Punk At Starrcast

"I wouldn't not talk to WWE," says Punk.

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It's that time of year again when CM Punk briefly stops pretending he hates all things wrestling to sit down and chat the business as the crown-jewel in a typically star-studded Starrcast line-up.

PWInsider's venerable Mike Johnson helmed the latest sit-down with wrestling's most sought-after returnee, greeted by a laid-back, positively sanguine Best in the World to discuss all the hottest topics of the day, as well as reflect on his glittering in-ring career from his early days in Ring of Honor all the way up to his ultimately unhappy WWE exit.

Obviously, the big thing everybody wants to know is: when is he coming back, if at all? And would he ever consider an offer from Vince McMahon and co. in the distant future?

Given Punk's staunch anti-WWE stance over the past half decade, his answer perhaps came as something of a surprise. He's probably not going to be the host of the company's new FS1 talk show when it launches in October - but he could be back in Stamford at some point down the line.

He described that revelation as "lesser websites' clickbait for the next week." We reckon it's kinda newsworthy.

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