It’s been over three years since CM Punk parted ways with WWE, and even though he’s given fans no reason to believe that he will be returning to wrestling anytime soon, that hasn’t stopped everyone from hoping that someday he will step inside the squared circle once again.
Punk and WWE don’t seem to be on very good terms at the moment, so a return to the the company seems unlikely. But there are plenty of other options out there for wrestlers who are looking to showcase their skills elsewhere.
NJPW seems to be getting more and more popular every day, and this weekend the company is holding a big event with the G1 Special in California.
If CM Punk does feel like returning it looks like the door is open for him to wrestle in NJPW and join The Bullet Club, as Nick Jackson recently tagged CM Punk in a post that seems to be teasing a possible invite for Punk.
Punk still seems to be focused on his MMA career, and there’s no sign that he’ll be getting back in the ring in the near future, but clearly if he does decide to return to the world that made him a star, he has plenty of options.
UFC Hall of Famer Stephan Bonnar is making the jump to professional wrestling, and on this week’s episode of Still Real Radio we’re talking all about it. Bonnar is teaming up with Phil Baroni to form a tag team called The Real Shooters and they’ll be wrestling their first match in just a few weeks. You can subscribe to Still Real Radio on iTunes, and you can check out the latest episode below.