Seth Rollins lashes out at CM Punk for taking multiple shots at WWE over the years, rekindling his real-life beef with The Best in the World
The Visionary continues to be at loggerheads with CM Punk.
Seth Rollins reveals his issues with CM Punk [via- WWE]
If there’s anyone who’s literally documented his scorn for CM Punk, it has to be Seth Rollins. If the jabs they took at each other in the past were not enough to keep everyone talking, just imagine what it would be like when both Rollins and Punk come face-to-face. Though Seth has been extremely vocal about his loathing for The Best in the World, he might have just taken it to another level.
Speaking to Sports Illustrated at length, the World Heavyweight Champion was asked about his issues with CM Punk. And of course, The Drip God had a lot to say. First and foremost, Rollins affirmed the level of bickering Punk did against him. Seth was upset over the fact that The Straight Edge Superstar didn’t hold back while adjudging Rollins as a bootlicker, openly contaminating his allegiance to WWE.
The Architect also tapped into the obscenities hurled by Punk at the WWE locker room and the promotion itself. Regardless of how Punk’s recent WWE return capsized the entire landscape of professional wrestling, one couldn’t help but reflect on the doomsday he caused at one point.
He (CM Punk) said some really bad things about me. Talked down about me for years, and the company (WWE), for years. I'm talking some really bad stuff. Called me a bootlicker and crap like that.Seth Rollins on CM Punk via Sports Illustrated
The Second City Saint did burn a lot of bridges back in the day. Nearly a decade ago, he unleashed a verbal onslaught on national television, which was the infamous Pipebomb. Continuing with his abomination for Punk, Rollins even mentioned The Best in the World’s legal nexus with Colt Cabana.
How Seth Rollins reacted to CM Punk’s Raw arrival next week?
Last week on Raw, Adam Pearce told Seth Rollins that he had invited CM Punk to next week’s show in Cleveland. Not only that, Pearce also made Rollins cognizant of the fact that he also intends to sign Punk to a Raw exclusive contract.
Upon listening, The Visionary iterated that he couldn’t care less for the 45-year-old and whatever he does next. Two weeks ago, when Rollins had a live microphone in the ring, the fans in Nashville rained down CM Punk chants on the former Shield member.
Unfazed by the magnitude of the crowd’s hostility, Seth yelled that he didn’t want to spend a single ounce of energy on that hypocrite. As quite evident through the incessant teases, WWE plans on having a tumultuous singles program between Seth Rollins and CM Punk.
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