CM Punk Gives Away Authentic WWE Title Belt

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CM Punk continues to dispose of things that remind him of his WWE career.

Punk’s good friend and former WWE Superstar Cliff Compton noted on his verified Twitter account that he found an authentic WWE Championship belt in Punk’s storage unit and the former 434-day WWE Champion told him he could have it. Check out the post below:

">@CMPunk and I found his legit

I was in the storage unit of @CMPunk and I found his legit @wwe belt. I said this is kinda cool and he said its yours, Merry XMAS. #Champpic.twitter.com/JWKK08szB5

— DOMINO Cliff Compton (@CliffCompton) December 22, 2016

">@wwe belt. I said this is kinda cool and he said its yours, Merry XMAS. #Champpic.twitter.com/JWKK08szB5

— DOMINO Cliff Compton (@CliffCompton)

I was in the storage unit of @CMPunk and I found his legit @wwe belt. I said this is kinda cool and he said its yours, Merry XMAS. #Champpic.twitter.com/JWKK08szB5

— DOMINO Cliff Compton (@CliffCompton) December 22, 2016

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CM Punk left WWE in January 2014 after the Royal Rumble pay-per-view on Jan. 26, 2014. It was one of the biggest stories that year as Punk just quietly quit the company after being used in the Royal Rumble match. He later exposed his discontent with WWE and was literally begged to return. Punk went on to sign with the UFC in December 2014 and trained for two years prior to his debut fight.

Punk made his UFC debut at UFC 203 on September 10, 2016, where Mickey Gall submitted him in a rear-naked choke at 2:14 of the very first round. Gall is on record as to saying Punk is not a UFC-caliber fighter and there is some doubt whether or not Punk will fight again in the UFC.

Meanwhile, Punk continues to train at Roufusport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin as he pursues a career as a fighter.

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