C.M. Punk coming back to Chicago to appear on Raw, announces WWE today


WWE is touting the return of C.M. Punk to Monday Night Raw in two weeks when the show emanates from his hometown of Chicago, Ill. A press release issued to PWTorch today notes that there are “new seating sections released to meet demand.”

The complete press release follows…

WWE, part of TKO Group Holdings, today announced that C.M. Punk will make a sensational return to Monday Night Raw at Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois, on Monday, March 25.

The sold-out show will now have brand new seating sections opened to meet demand. Fans are invited to visit www.ticketmaster.com from 10.00am CT / 11.00 a.m. ET to purchase the final remaining tickets.

This will mark C.M. Punk’s first return to Chicago’s Allstate Arena since he shocked the world back in November with a stunning return to WWE at Survivor Series, garnering more than 71 million record-breaking views across social media platforms.

His last appearance on Monday Night Raw on February 5, 2024, saw him reveal an injury sustained at Royal Rumble that would force him to miss WrestleMania XL. Questions remain around what the self-proclaimed “Best In the World” will have to say when he addresses the WWE Universe in-person on Monday, March 25.

Punk suffered an injury during the Royal Rumble, which knocked him out of the WrestleMania 40 line-up where he was expected to face Seth Rollins for the World Hvt. Title. He appeared on the panel discussion at WWE’s WrestleMania 40 Kick-off show in Las Vegas, Nev. and has been a target of steady verbal digs by Drew McMahon, suggesting a feud between them when Punk is cleared to return to wrestling.

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