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CM Punk TEASES fans on Instagram with WWE reference

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In a recent Instagram post, CM Punk, the former All Elite Wrestling (AEW) World Champion, has sent fans into a frenzy.

The wrestling superstar shared an image of himself from AEW Collision, accompanied by the song “This Fire Burns” by Killswitch Engage.

This particular track holds a special place in the hearts of Punk’s fans as it was his theme song during his WWE tenure from 2006 to 2011.

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CM Punk: A Walk Down Memory Lane or a Hint?

While it’s possible that Punk was merely reminiscing about his past, the choice of song has sparked a wave of speculation among fans.

The post has led many to believe that the song could be making a comeback, adding an extra layer of intrigue to Punk’s future appearances.

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Echoes of the Past

Punk’s recent Instagram post isn’t the only instance where he has harkened back to his WWE days. On the July 29th episode of AEW Collision, he declared himself “better than you” because he’s straight edge, a phrase that was a staple of his WWE persona and run on the indies before that.

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CM Punk’s Musical Journey

Punk’s relationship with his entrance music has always been a topic of interest among fans. He initially used “Cult of Personality” during his Ring of Honor (ROH) run before reintroducing it in 2011.

Since then, it has been his theme song. However, in a nod to his ROH days, he walked out to “Miseria Cantare” by AFI at AEW Revolution 2022.

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