CM Punk Rips Into Vince McMahon For 'Insincere' Apology

CM Punk Rips Into Vince McMahon For 'Insincere' Apology
By Mark Farrelly
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CM Punk joined his good friend Colt Cobana for the second part of his explosive podcast, a week on from when he tore into the WWE for firing him on his wedding day, among a lot of other grievances.

In the past week, Vince McMahon has gone on Stone Cold Steve Austin's podcast to apologise for the wedding part; saying that it was purely a coincidence.


Punk – who is married to WWE star AJ Lee – is having none of McMahon's apology however:

I don't wanna hear 'Oh it's a coincidence.' I don't wanna hear 'Oh the lawyers didn't talk to talent relations.' I talked to Hunter on the 11th. On the 13th, FedExd overnight, I got a document that was dated the 12th.

My wife asked for that time off so she could a) get married, b) go on her honeymoon. The weekend after her honeymoon she was back on TV. They knew.

The longest reigning WWE champion of the modern era continued by claiming McMahon's apology was a publicity stunt.

If the apology was sincere you wouldn't use it as a publicity stunt on Austin's podcast. You have my phone number, you have my address. You could text, you could call, you could show up when you're a ten minute fucking drive from my house and apologise to me like a man.

This is just one talking point from another great interview with Cobana. You can listen to the whole thing below, with the McMahon bit at around the 55 minute mark.

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Also read: Vince McMahon Responds To CM Punk’s Scathing Comments

Also read: CM Punk Interview On Why He Left WWE Breaks Colt Cobana’s Website

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