CM Punk & Seth Rollins Open WWE Raw With Heated Confrontation After Money In The Bank

Fresh off his latest beating at the expense of Drew McIntyre, CM Punk kicked off “WWE Raw,” addressing the Ottawa crowd and promising that McIntyre hadn’t seen anything yet. Unfortunately for Punk, “The Scottish Warrior” wasn’t the only one affected by his actions at Money in the Bank, and Seth “Freakin'” Rollins interrupted to make sure Punk knew exactly what that would mean going forward.


Rollins recited the warning he had sent Punk shortly after his return to the company, to keep his nose out of his business, and asked why he had to do exactly that, with the loss, per the match’s stipulations, costing Rollins any further World Heavyweight Championship opportunities as long as Damian Priest remained champion. Citing being blinded by rage as of late, Punk explained that it was not his intention to ruin things for Rollins and even apologized for his actions – before almost turning around and saying, “But since it’s you, I can’t really be sorry.”

Just as Punk had told McIntyre long ago that as long as there was air in his lungs, he would do whatever he could to keep the title out of reach, Rollins made a similar promise to Punk to end the segment. “I promise you this,” he said. “When you’re allowed to say Drew McIntyre’s name before I break your arm and put you back on the shelf.” He then reminded Punk that actions have consequences, dropped the mic and walked away.


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