Drew McIntyre Strikes Back on SmackDown To Leave CM Punk A Bloody Mess

CM Punk started WWE SmackDown in Chicago, taking shots at Drew McIntyre. He commented on how easy it was to make McIntyre quit on RAW this week. However, his good time in Chicago was cut short.

Drew McIntyre returned to WWE television just days after saying, “screw this company, I quit,” and walking out. He was unhappy with Punk’s interference in his World Heavyweight Championship match at Clash at the Castle. 

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Things were going well for CM Punk to start the show. The Chicago crowd showered him with love as they strongly denied that he ever embarrassed them. 


Later in the show, Drew McIntyre attacked CM Punk backstage to interrupt a segment with Team #DIY. Punk was left bloody and injured. McIntyre carried Punk out into the audience, where fans who love Punk watched in shock.

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WWE officials, including Adam Pearce, came out to reprimand McIntyre for the attack. The Chicago fans booed McIntyre intensely. McIntyre seemed pleased with himself, having ruined Punk’s big night in his home city, just as Punk had done to McIntyre in Scotland.

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CM Punk & Drew McIntyre Feud

The feud between Punk and McIntyre is heating up. Punk’s injuries suggest a showdown with McIntyre in the ring is imminent.

Drew McIntyre has been throwing shots at CM Punk ever since he was injured. Even before that, he wanted a piece of the former AEW World Heavyweight Champion. Punk was stretchered off after the attack from McIntyre, but he’s made recoveries in the past.

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