Is CM Punk Open To A Pro-Wrestling Return?

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CM Punk left WWE and pro wrestling in general back in 2014 because he was unhappy with how he was booked.

Many fans want to see him return to the industry that made him famous in the first place, but nothing has materialized so far yet.

Well in an interview with (via Bleacher Report), CM Punk says he will "listen" to The Young Bucks and Cody if he wanted to wrestle one more match in the pro wrestling industry.

You can read his comments posted down below.

"I would always listen. I would listen to them, because just like Dave, I like the Young Bucks. I text with Matt on and off. But business is business. I know Cody was out there in the media saying that an offer was made [for the All In event Sept. 1]. An offer was not made. Calling me up or texting me saying, ‘Hey, if you want to come to the show and do something, we would love that’ is not an offer. That’s not an offer. There’s other things. There’s a couple more loose ends that I’m still trying to tie up to fully absolve me from the world of pro wrestling. I feel like I’ve still been attached to it since the day that I left it and that’s mostly because of fugazi lawyers and such. But we’re wrapping all that up and that’ll come to an end. And once I’m truly free, we can explore the world and just float and hang out. And I can walk my dog and drink coffee and do commentary for Dave Sholler and continue to train at Roufusport. And do all kinds of stuff. I’ve earned it, I’ve paid my dues.

While this isn't official confirmation that CM Punk will wrestle again, it's good to know that he is somewhat interested in a pro wrestling return.

There have been rumors The Young Bucks and Cody are opening their own wrestling promotion in the near future.

As for WWE, it's highly unlikely he wants to work with Triple H and/or Vince McMahon ever again.

A WWE return is off the cards, unless all three men agree to bury the hatchet - but that won't happen anytime soon.

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