CM Punk Says He Will "Never, Ever" Wrestle Again

Controversial star has denied that he will ever return to the squared circle in new video interview.

CM Punk has denied that he will ever wrestle again. Speaking to CBS Cleveland's Chris Van Vilet at the AP Music Awards red carpet at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame event which CM Punk co-hosted, the former WWE Champion and free agent was asked if fans would ever see him back wrestling in a squared circle. His response was calm and assured (before turning a little comical, but his initial response seemed genuine);
No, no. No. Never, ever. Never, ever, ever. They're going to go crazy on Twitter, they're going to hold me to it and yea whatever."
When asked if he was a current WWE Superstar or a former WWE Superstar, Punk simply replied with;
"Neither. I'm CM Punk."
This confirmation that Punk's mindset is that he is retired from wrestling for good is pretty much the only time the controversial star has gone public about his wrestling future since quitting the WWE hours before the RAW show after January's Royal Rumble. After staying quiet all throughout the year as his contract was expiring and the wrestling universe was going crazy with speculation over his status, Punk married AJ Lee and then officially became a free agent earlier this month after his WWE contract expired. You can see the full interview with Punk's comments below;
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