Extensive Update On CM Punk Leaving WWE & Being Pulled From Shows – Backtracking The Plans For Wrestlemania & How Punk Ended Up An Afterthought, Examining The Possibility Of This Being A Work Or Becoming One With What We Already Known About Original PPV Plans

At some point between Sunday’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view and this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw, CM Punk informed Vince McMahon that he was going home. This is where the story officially stops. Punk told Vince he was going home and was subsequently pulled from all upcoming WWE shows. While he was at one point still listed for Elimination Chamber, he’s off that show as well.

There are multiple theories surfacing about what happened but I’ll reiterate they are theories as CM Punk himself has been strangely quiet since the pay-per-view on Sunday. The first theory deals with unhappiness over plans for Punk at Wrestlemania XXX. As I reported here on WrestlingNewsWorld.com, the proposed plan was to do Punk vs. Triple H at the show in April but the word at Raw was that match could be off in favor of Daniel Bryan vs. Triple H. This left Punk without an opponent, with Kane being a possible option on the Wrestlemania undercard. This was a plan Punk was reportedly not happy with.

As to how WWE arrived at these plans, we need to go back. The first time John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt (the current direction) came up for Wrestlemania XXX, it was quickly shot down. The plan for most of the past year was to do Cena vs…

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