Punk has said several times that his time in the industry is done. Instead, he has ventured off into other careers such as mixed martial arts (MMA) and comic book writing. Punk did, however, hold a meet-and-greet at the One Hour Tees store in Chicago during All In weekend.
Because of this, there was tons of speculation that Punk could appear on the show. Of course, when that didn’t end up happening a lot of fans were disappointed. Recently, All In star Scorpio Sky took to Twitter to call out Punk for letting his fans down. Sky said that Punk missed the one show that could’ve reinstated his love for wrestling.
He also said that it’s “a different world” since his past issues with WWE. Here’s Sky’s Tweet:
Hey @CMPunk you missed a show that would have completely reinstated your love of pro wrestling over the weekend. You may hate it now because of your former employer but this is a different world. Where you at? #ALLIN2
— Scorpio Sky (@ScorpioSky) September 7, 2018
Sky partnered up with Frankie Kazarian against The Briscoe Brothers on the All In: Zero Hour preshow.