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Update On CM Punk’s WWE RAW Visit

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• Update On CM Punk’s WWE RAW Visit

CM Punk was backstage at last night’s RAW at the Allstate Arena in Chicago.

He met Triple H for the first time in 9 years and spoke to some other WWE wrestlers, including The Miz.

Punk was then asked to leave by WWE’s Head of Security Jim Kelly, which was said to be a Vince McMahon call (who wasn’t backstage, but was at home making various changes to the show).

He immediately said his goodbyes and left the arena. Vince reportedly made this decision because Punk is under contract with AEW.

According to the Wrestling Observer, the backstage feeling in WWE is that Punk wants to be back in the company where he was champion for 434 days:

“The feeling in WWE was that he was there because he wanted back. Obviously there were talks of him going back, whatever it was, late last year. But he couldn’t go because he was still under contract.

And my impression is this was with Paul Levesque in charge and not Vince, and my impression was they didn’t have any interest in him at that time.”

They also noted that Punk took a flight along with several WWE Superstars:

“Apparently, he flew from Florida to Chicago on a flight with a lot of the talent.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 25, 1986) – WWF House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 25, 1986, the World Wrestling Federation held an untelevised house show at the Exposition Building in Portland, Maine.

This live event included matches featuring the 1986 WWF Superstars.

The results can be found below:

Lanny Poffo defeated Tiger Chung Lee

Pedro Morales defeated Moondog Spot

The Iron Sheik defeated Tony Garea

Ted Arcidi (sub. for Uncle Elmer) defeated Nikolai Volkoff

WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith, Dan Spivey (sub. for The Dynamite Kid) & King Tonga defeated Brutus Beefcake, Greg Valentine & Johnny V

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