CM Punk officially returns to WWE RAW with Randy Orton after allegedly securing long-term deal before Survivor Series

During the premium live event of Survivor Series on Saturday, The Viper was seen supporting Cody Rhodes, Seth Rollins, Jey Uso, and Sami Zayn in their victory against Drew McIntyre and The Judgment Day in the match WarGames. Then CM Punk aka “The Best In The World,” returned to the stage to join in the post-match celebration with his legion of adoring fans.

WWE brought back Randy Orton and CM Punk during Survivor Series WarGames. With confirmation from the promotion on X that both former champions would be appearing on “WWE Raw” tomorrow night in Nashville, the anticipation continues to build.

CM Punk officially returning to WWE RAW with Randy Orton

The WWE’s ‘Survivor Series’ in Chicago was fantastic, with the return of the amazing CM Punk being the show-stopper. Due to the Chicago Native’s mysterious 2014 departure from WWE, both the 17,000+ fans gathered at Allstate Arena and the spectators at home will remember this remarkable return. 

The over 26 million views that CM Punk’s comeback video on X received in just 24 hours are a tribute to his evergreen appeal. Many people think that the ending of the Survivor Series was one of the best moments in WWE history.

CM Punk
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The November 27th episode of “WWE Monday Night Raw” will be live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Both CM Punk and Randy Orton, who also came back at Survivor Series, will be on the show which is confirmed by WWE.

Punk’s return to WWE is causing a stir because of his dismissal from AEW in August after an incident backstage. Punk’s return is noteworthy, given his prominence as one of the industry’s biggest performers over the previous two decades, even if the specifics of his role’s creative ideas are yet unknown.

CM Punk reportedly signed long-term deal with WWE

The return of CM Punk to the WWE roster has excited fans everywhere. There were widespread denials of reports that Punk would make a comeback. Triple H said everything came together swiftly at a news conference after the event. 

CM Punk
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According to Fightful Select’s most recent report, the contract was really made by Triple H and Nick Khan and not Vince McMahon. Punk’s deal is “multi-year,” although the actual term is a mystery.

After a week of negotiations, Punk reportedly signed today. Punk’s comeback at the Royal Rumble in January 2024 was almost postponed, but spoilers prevented it. So, more Punk is on the way to WWE.

What are your expectations for CM Punk’s comeback in WWE? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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