Drew McIntyre Mocks CM Punk In Social Media Return

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Drew McIntyre might have quit WWE on Raw but by SmackDown he was back in a big way as he left CM Punk battered before returning to social media.

At WWE Clash at the Castle Damian Priest shattered Drew McIntyre’s dreams by retaining his World Heavyweight Title in Glasgow, Scotland. However, that is far from telling the whole story.

As the match reached its climax the referee was taken out and with McIntyre pinning Priest a new official entered the fray but it turned out that was CM Punk. Punk stopped the count for McIntyre after two before kicking the Scottish Warrior below the belt and allowing Priest to hit his South of Heaven chokeslam for the win.

On Raw in Corpus Christi, Texas, Drew McIntyre made his way to the ring to seemingly cut a typical WWE promo but that all changed when he mentioned CM Punk’s name. As the crowd chanted for Punk, McIntyre cut a forlorn figure as he noted “I can’t do this anymore, screw this company. I quit.”

McIntyre calmly walked away as Raw General Manager Adam Pearce appeared to try and reason with the star. McIntyre confronted Triple H in the Gorilla position on his way out of the arena and deleted all of his social media.

But on SmackDown in Chicago, Drew McIntyre was back.

Drew McIntyre Celebrates CM Punk Attack

During a backstage promo involving Grayson Waller and DIY, a garage door opened revealing a bloodied CM Punk laid out with Drew McIntyre standing over him. McIntyre hoisted Punk over his shoulder and carried him out to the entranceway to the ring where he dumped him on the ground. McIntyre ripped a friendship bracelet from Punk’s wrist before SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis engaged in a shoving match with McIntyre before he left.

Now Drew McIntyre has celebrated his exploits by returning to social media with a new profile picture of a bloodied CM Punk.