CM Punk Trolls Drew McIntyre After WrestleMania Screwjob

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WrestleMania Sunday was a good night for CM Punk, a mixed night for Drew McIntyre, a terrible night for Seth Rollins, and a career-making night for Damian Priest.

Since CM Punk suffered a serious injury at the Royal Rumble, Drew McIntyre has trolled him relentlessly and that continued when the Scottish star defeated Seth Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 40 with Punk watching on.

However, McIntyre flew a little too close to the sun as he gesticulated a certain two words best spouted by DX in Punk’s face while standing on the announce table. Punk swept McIntyre’s leg and then nailed him with his arm brace before blowing a kiss to McIntyre’s wife.

Damian Priest finally found his way to the ring when a champion had been taken out and cashed in his Money In The Bank contract. Priest nailed Drew McIntyre with a South of Heaven chokeslam to win the World Heavyweight Championship for the first time in his career.

CM Punk Makes Things Happen

Speaking on ESPN, CM Punk – who decided to speak over the Ulster Scottish Pipe Band of Philadelphia playing Scotland The Brave for McIntyre’s entrance at WrestleMania, claiming it to be sacrilege as he was a fan of the Roddy Piper who also used that music on occasion – continued to stick the knife into Drew McIntyre claiming that he’s going to keep being a nuisance to him:

I wanted to make Drew interesting. I wanted to show him that what’s important isn’t on the internet. What’s important is inside the building. Those people, after his two matches. Yes, he had two. He won one. He lost the more important one. They were chanting ‘CM Punk.’

Drew McIntyre prayed for me to be injured. He prayed for it to happen. He asked for help. He looked above and said, ‘God, please, take CM Punk out so I can main event WrestleMania 40.’ I don’t pray for things to happen. I make them happen.

I’m going to keep this up until Drew loses his mind. This is my house. I came back here to prove it. Everybody is worried about who I was, who I am now. You should worry about who I’m becoming.

CM Punk also took to social media in a case of ‘stolen patter’ to replicate McIntyre’s earlier meme of him at a graveside.

If you can’t get enough of seeing CM Punk on wrestling shows, AEW is set to air the backstage footage of Punk’s fight with Jack Perry that led to him being fired by Tony Khan.

h/t Fightful