Latest on Punk/Cabana vs WWE Doctor Lawsuit, Punk Appearance News

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, the libel & slander trial between WWE’s Dr. Chris Amann and CM Punk & Colt Cabana was delayed last Monday. The delay comes as both sides are discussing a possible settlement. The case had been scheduled on the docket for yesterday, May 22nd, but now additional delays are possible. Cabana did submit 6 pieces of evidence last week, presumably audio samples from the podcast that was took place in 2014.
Amann is seeking $1 million in damages for the comments Punk made about him back on Colt Cabana’s “Art of Wrestling” podcast in 2014, shortly after his WWE departure. Punk claimed that Amann misdiagnosed a staph infection and cleared him to work through significant injuries. A statement from WWE cleared Amann of any wrongdoing a few months after Punk’s comments. You can still read that statement on the WWE website.
Punk spoke about the lawsuit while doing media for his UFC debut in 2016 and accused Vince McMahon of “bankrolling” the lawsuit.

“No, he’s currently bankrolling a lawsuit against me, so I don’t think he’s going to be reaching out,” Punk said when asked if Vince had reached out with support ahead of his MMA debut.
Amann continues to work for WWE and was on the recent European tour. Punk, who has not wrestled since leaving WWE, will make his return to the UFC’s Octagon on June 9th at UFC 225 in Chicago. Punk is scheduled to face Mike Jackson, who also has a MMA record of 0-1-0.
One of the biggest and most controversial personalities in professional wrestling history is none other than CM Punk. Punk left the WWE in 2014 and has joined the UFC ever since. He lost his first UFC bout to Mickey Gall back in 2016 and he will be making his return on June 9th at UFC 225 in his hometown of Chicago against Mike Jackson. Aside from his UFC return, CM Punk has a lot on his plate as it was recently teased and promoted that he will be appearing for a meet and great on August 31st at the Pro Wrestling Tees store in Chicago. Tickets for the event went on sale yesterday, but quickly sold out. Pro Wrestling Tees noted that due to the quick sellout, there will be a walk-up option starting at 4PM. Punk will stay later than his scheduled time and try to accommodate as many fans as possible. You can get more details about the appearance here.

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