WWE Not Happy With CM Punk After Departure From The Company, Rumor On Possible Action

WWE officials are not happy with CM Punk and the way everything has went down with his departure. It’s said that there are definitely issues between them right now.

While it may appear that Punk’s contract ended and everything went smooth, that’s not the case and WWE does not see it like that. This is not confirmed to happen but there is definitely a feeling that something may be happening on WWE’s end soon, possibly some kind of consequences for Punk for how he left the company.

(Source: PWInsider)

  • Ed Morgans

    Meanwhile, you can head over to WWE Shop (http://shop.wwe.com/CM-Punk/cmpunk,default,sc.html) and buy all the CM Punk gear you want. Some of it of course heavily marked down, but some not. So while WWE may have a problem with how Punk left, they still don’t have a problem making money off him.

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bigjimsports BigJimSports

      it’s because that is THEIR merchandise that they created. Go over to TNA’s website, they are still selling merch for all their superstars who are no longer under contract. Go to Notre Dame’s merch store, they are still selling their Adidas gear even though they are now outfitted by Under Armour. It’s not like this is a new practice the WWE is doing

    • Kurama91

      that’s why I still think that CM PUNK MIGHT still be with the company.

  • Jordyn

    He left in January. They’ve had 6 months to do something about it if they were so unhappy about him leaving. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that they’re just now considering taking some kind of action against now that all of their money issues have been made public.

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bigjimsports BigJimSports

      He was still under contract and on the sabbatical they had worked out. Now he “is done”. There was nothing legal they could’ve done for the last 6 months.

  • http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3769949/ thatpj

    lol consequences? pretty late for that.

    • thesmarktank

      No, not really. It seemed, from what I’d heard of their talks, he wanted some time off, a sabbatical. But apparently now he just wants to be done. Dude had a contract he needed to honor, and they were lenient enough to let him go home and heal. But if he’s not coming back at all, well, they have legal action because he failed to fulfill his contract. I hope they just take him for some money, I don’t want to see him come back against his will and not even try.

      • http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3769949/ thatpj

        He fulfilled his contract.It’s done. It’s over.

        • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bigjimsports BigJimSports

          he did not fulfill his contract. His contract was to PERFORM. He did not fulfill 6 months of his contract

          • thesmarktank

            Exactly. He walked out with six months to go. He has not fulfilled his agreement. There are likely, and hopefully, consequences in the financial realm. Like I said, I do not want to see him FORCED to come back and just go through the motions. Just sue him, WWE.

  • Brendan

    Good, he deserves it for abandoning the company & his fans

  • Being Benjamin

    Get over it.. You’ve NEVER told a boss that mistreated you to shove it? I half admire someone who can set enough money back to not NEED to work like the WWE forces their wrestlers to work. Most people can only dream about telling their asshole boss to shove it.. Punk deservedly did. He doesn’t owe you or anyone else anything. Quit being so entitled..

    • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bigjimsports BigJimSports

      WWE forces their wrestlers to work? I’m pretty sure they chose their career.

      And the difference between people who “told a boss to shove it” and Punk is Punk had a contract that HE SIGNED. He chose to not fulfill the dates. I hope WWE sues his ass.

    • Joshua Williams

      You can tell anyone in the world to shove it if it you like, but we have laws in this country. You sign a contract, you need to honor it. He didn’t, and quite frankly, I’m surprised that it’s taken this long for them to consider legal action against him. I hope they sue the crap out of him. He’s just a whiny little b*tch like most of you on these threads. Who goes to work for another person and then demands to be placed in a certain situation? NEWS FLASH: CM Punk doesn’t run the company. You want to main event every show and be the “face” of a company, then start your own. Not getting your way is not a legit reason to breach your contract and walk out on your obligations. Screw Punk and good riddance.

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      • http://www.youtube.com/user/TimPhilly317 TimPhillips

        Common sense without bias on a CM Punk article? Now I’ve seen it all.

  • http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bigjimsports BigJimSports

    He is a punkass quitter. He didn’t fulfill his contract and I hope the WWE sues him

    • thesmarktank

      Here here! Not that I don’t like Punk, but he’s in the wrong here. He deserves what he gets.

  • Kurama91

    I don’t know why I have this feeling, but I think that Punk didn’t left the company yet. I remember that for Each WWE Superstar that Left the company, WWE website posted an article about that person with his real life name and wishing him the best in his life after wwe. but so far that didn’t happen for PUNK. so MAY BE just may be Punk is still with the company.

  • kiki2517

    I’m surprised it took this long for WWE to do something. A contract is a legally binding agreement, and no matter how Punk felt, he is still supposed to fulfill the agreement to which he signed, so since he didn’t do that WWE can sue him. Also for all we know, WWE might have been still paying him for the entire contract even while he wasn’t there, and since he wasn’t there for that last 6 months, they want their money back for the time he wasn’t there

  • Nickfab88

    Anybody think that they will do anything to AJ Lee?

    • Luke

      No. I have no idea why anyone thinks that would happen. AJ Lee has been nothing but loyal and is the best diva on the roster. For all the crap that people like to spew about Vince and WWE (usually the people who, surprise surprise, never got to the top), they are still fair business people. Vince didn’t get WWE to where it is by punishing people for the mistakes of others.

    • Daren Anthony Tracey

      I really doubt AJ will be punished for Punk’s actions…they gave her the Diva’s championship on her first night back. I think that’s a pretty good sign

  • Cage

    hahaha.. Once again dirt sheets posting whatever speculation they can concerning Punk just to get some hits. We don’t know shit other than the fact that he is not wrestling any more.
    Apparently Punk was supposed to come back at Chicago’s RAW in March, apparently Punk just tweeted, apparently Punk did this, that.. blah blah blah!!!

  • Monkey D. Luffy

    well i suppose his merchandise sales has a lot to do with the company feeling upset with his departure. He’s like no.3 (maybe) in selling merch, and since he is no longer contracted, the WWE would be losing out on a lot of merch revenue.

  • Richard Martinez

    Good lord! Do you guys sit down to pee? Bunch a bitches on this thread!

  • Daren Anthony Tracey

    I’ve given up hope that Punk is coming back….I’ve accepted it. But that doesn’t mean WWE should accept the fact that he walked out, and breached his contract. I admire Punk for what he did for the company and his fans, but not for walking out on them…