"You know, the thing about that is, he's not around. He's not around. It doesn't help morale when the guy goes right from his limo to the dressing room to the dressing room to the ring. He's very bourgeois Hollywood," Punk said.
When asked whether he thought The Rock had really "returned" to WWE, Punk said: "He came back, he did WWE Raw after that. He said he was never gonna leave. And the next time we saw him is a month later. Yeah, it does bother me. A little hello would have been nice. He could have run by with his own entourage."
Punk then went on to compare his feelings between The Rock and John Cena, saying "I have my beef with John Cena, and I have my things that I don't like Cena, but you know what? I try to tell him everyday. For The Rock to criticize, come on."
When asked if he thought The Rock was a "Diva", he said: "I can't say that. At least the WWE Divas say hi to me in the halls."
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