CM Punk On If He’ll Be At WWE Survivor Series: ‘I Think It’s Sold Out’

CM Punk has been a free agent for less than two months, and despite his rough go of things in AEW, many fans have wondered where he will wrestle next. This past weekend, Punk attended Impact Wrestling’s TV taping in Chicago, but there is no indication The Second City Savior plans on signing with the newly rebranded TNA. The elephant in the room has been Punk potentially jumping back to WWE, which was recently merged with UFC to form TKP Group Holdings.

Despite his ties to WWE and UFC, “those high up” have reportedly disputed that Punk will be returning to the company eminently. One specific event that they wanted to make clear he would not be appearing at is WWE Survivor Series next month in Chicago. Haus of Wrestling has been able to independently confirm that there are no plans for Punk to appear at WWE Survivor Series.

In an interview with 670 The Score, Punk was asked to respond to fans who are still asking if he will be at WWE Survivor Series.

“They’re asking if I am going to be there? I think it’s sold out. I think tickets are hard to get,” he laughed. “I don’t want to burst anybody’s bubble. I’m kind of just sitting at home right now enjoying this beautiful Chicago weather, and I have an injury in the family. My dog blew his little dog ACL. So, I’m literally just spending my time with him. I know that sounds a little crazy, but he is my son, and I take care of him and treat him as such.

“So, everything’s kind of stopped. I’m fortunate to be able to just take time off from everything; I’ve canceled a couple of things I have coming up. Traveling is just, it’s hard trying to leave him here with my wife, April. So if there’s two of us here, taking care of him, it seems to be easier.”

CM Punk last competed at AEW All In: London, defending his “Real” AEW World Championship against ROH TV Champion Samoa Joe. Punk won the match, but the pre-match altercation he had with Jack Perry garnered far more attention. Following an internal investigation into the matter, AEW President Tony Khan decided to terminate Punk from his AEW contracts and indefinitely suspend Perry. In a video address following Punk’s termination, Khan claimed that he feared for his life during the altercation with Perry, which he was present for.

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