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Kevin Nash RIPS into CM Punk ahead of rumoured WWE return

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In the wrestling world, tensions can run high, and recently, WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash didn’t hold back his feelings about CM Punk.

On a recent episode of his podcast, Kliq This, Nash addressed the swirling rumours of CM Punk’s potential WWE return after his recent departure from AEW.

Nash was particularly vocal about the idea of Punk securing a spot at the Royal Rumble. He expressed his eagerness to confront Punk, even going as far as challenging him directly.

Nash’s words were filled with disdain, as he referred to Punk as a “skinny fat boy” and made a rather cheeky reference to Waffle House, comparing Punk to a short-order cook.

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Punk’s Place in WWE: The Kevin Nash Perspective

When discussing whether CM Punk could find a place in WWE again, Nash was sceptical.

He mentioned a memorable promo by Triple H directed at Punk and highlighted how many top-tier wrestlers, including Undertaker, have defeated Punk in the past.

Nash also made a sarcastic remark about Punk’s appearance on the show “Heels”, hinting that it might be the only place fans can get their CM Punk fix.

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The Question of Punk’s Return to WWE

The debate about whether WWE should bring Punk back is a hot topic.

Nash, however, doesn’t seem to see the benefit. He compared Punk to the Ultimate Warrior and made a jibe about Punk’s altercation with Jack Perry, suggesting that the late Aaron Spelling might have had a different reaction.

Nash also questioned the financial motivations behind Punk’s potential return, implying that money might not be a driving factor for him.

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