CM Punk quits WWE [VIDEO]: Possible spoilers for Monday's RAW from Chicago without 'Best in the World'
With the WWE unlikely to get CM Punk back into the mix for the episode of Monday Night RAW that's set to emanate from Punk's hometown of Chicago this Monday, the company is planning on pulling out all of the stops to try and make it a good show and keep the chants for Punk down.
According to Wrestligheadlines.com, the WWE has plans to make it a big night for the company coming out of a successful RAW this past Monday that celebrated the launch of the WWE Network.
According to the spoilers coming out of SmackDown, the WWE has setup a six-man tag team match pitting The Shield against The Wyatt Family in a rematch from the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view last Sunday.
The WWE is also looking to build off of The Undertaker segment with Brock Lesnar that closed out Monday's edition of RAW as the two build towards their WrestleMania XXX clash on April 6 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
It was revealed on the SmackDown tapings that Lesnar is expected to confront The Undertaker on the Chicago RAW after being chokeslammed through a table by him this past week.
Vince McMahon is reportedly trying to convince Punk to return to the company after he walked out on the company on Jan. 27, the night after the Royal Rumble event. Punk has been vocally frustrated for years and was reportedly upset with his rumored WrestleMania XXX match against Triple H while part-timers like Batista and The Rock get to main event WrestleMania.
Punk had dreamed of headlining a WrestleMania, but with his contract set to expire and the Batista vs. Orton match in stone, Punk reportedly was upset that he wouldn't fulfill his dream this year and that Daniel Bryan was also kept out of the main event.
McMahon is said to like Punk as a person and believes that he has potential to be a draw, so the CEO and Chairman is doing everything that he can to bring Punk back, but it's unlikely he'll return before the Chicago RAW on Monday.
There were reports that the WWE may use Hulk Hogan, who returned on RAW Monday and will host WrestleMania XXX, for this week's show as well.
With Punk showing no signs of a return to the company thus far, the WWE is doing all that it can to make sure that the show goes off without a hitch amidst what should be a wild pro-Punk Chicago crowd.
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