By: Nikhil Chauhan

CM Punk Gets Brutally Honest About His Time in AEW

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CM Punk made his much anticipated return to pro-wrestling on Aug. 20, 2021 almost one year ago at AEW Dynamite.

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It goes without saying, Punk's return to the ring sent the fans in afrenzy, and now the Best in the World reigns as the AEW World Champion.

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Amid reports of a possible rift with AEW, CM Punk cleared the air on his association with AEW and reflected on the past year.

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The AEW World Champion took to Instagram and shared his thoughts on what has truly been the best year of his professional career.

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"One year ago began the best year of my professional career. Too many great moments, not enough space to post all the great pics." Punk captioned.

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Rubbishing any rumors of leaving AEW, Punk had this to say about the coming years. "Rekindled passion, made new friends, reunited with old ones. Can’t stop smiling, won’t stop until the wheels fall off."

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Punk later thanked the fans for their support, signaling he is likely to continue his pro-wrestling career, confirming there is no truth to the rumors doing rounds.

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After an illustrious career in the WWE, CM Punk has emerged as one of the greatest pro-wrestlers of all time and continues to cement his legacy as an all-time great.

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Punk is set to face on Moxley, formerly Dean Ambrose at AEW All Out. Who do you think gets his hand raised when both these stalwarts collide?

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