Kurt Angle Says CM Punk's MMA Career is Over, He Should Retire
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Recently, WWE Hall Of Famer and current RAW General Manager Kurt Angle took part in a Q&A session with his fans on Facebook.
During this Q&A session he had with his fans on Facebook, Kurt Angle was asked about CM Punk, and whether or not he feels the hopeful UFC fighter should hang up his MMA gloves and return to the WWE and continue his career as a professional wrestler.
Below is the response that Kurt Angle gave:
"I hope he comes back. I think his MMA career is over. He needs to go back to what he does best," said Angle, referring to Punk's ability as a pro wrestler.
Recently, it was reported by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the UFC has yet to offer CM Punk a second fight, which Punk himself later confirmed.
It was said, however, that Punk is expecting to hear something from the UFC and Dana White regarding his status as a UFC fighter within the next couple of weeks.
CM Punk made his official UFC debut in September of 2016, losing to UFC newcomer Mickey Gall in Cleveland, Ohio.