Jay Bradley Talks CM Punk Quitting WWE, If Spike Will Drop Impact, His TNA Release, More
If we have seen the last of CM Punk in the wrestling business:
No, no, I don't. If you look at the trend, and in my opinion, it's an unfortunate one. I think guys that leave wrestling and do something else, they come back to wrestling and they make more money if that makes sense. I don't know why that is. For someone that you can't have, you want them more all of a sudden so let's give them more money to make it more financially enticing. Maybe he'll take a year or two off to do whatever he wants, the man deserves it, he's earned it. And maybe he'll come back in a year or two and he'll feel better, be more mentally go to wrestling i n c better. I think it's become a trend over the past 5 years or so and I think with all the companies involved, they haven't been successful in creating a next generation of stars to carry companies anymore. The Cena and the Ortons were the last guys, Punk kind forced their hand to do it. Even in TNA, how many guys have you really seen that has been that star that they have built and established or that character they have played can carry them for the next couple of years. So you see them going back to The Rock or Jerico, Brock Lesnar coming back because these young guys aren't ready to carry the company or isn't given the opportunity or whatever. So maybe Punk will follow that trend but I don't think we've seen the last of him.
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