Kevin Nash Says CM Punk Has One Of The Worst Bodies In World Championship History

AEW held a big show in Wembley Stadium, but CM Punk’s backstage altercation with Jack Perry really stole all the headlines after the show. Kevin Nash would have to agree with this.

Kevin Nash already made it clear that he has no heat with CM Punk. That being said, he didn’t have the best outlook on his potential WWE return. The fact that so many people were talking about Punk after AEW’s Wembley Stadium show was not lost on Big Kev.

During his Kliq This podcast, Kevin Nash applauded Tony Khan and AEW for putting so many fans in Wembley Stadium. Then he went on to rant about CM Punk’s physique a bit.

“He probably has one of the seven worst bodies to ever hold the belt, if not the worst body to hold the belt, and I don’t give a f*ck if you’re straight edge, or whatever the f*ck you are. There are some natural guys out there who actually have some muscle.”



We will have to see if CM Punk answers to Kevin Nash. It seems that they won’t be going on any outings to the gym together, that’s for sure. If anything, Kevin Nash may offer to help Punk lift a bit.

CM Punk has been criticized throughout his career for being “skinny-fat,” which is a look he’s always pulled off. There was a point in his career when Punk was much heavier, as he did try to put on some muscle in WWE, but the results weren’t really there. Kevin Nash certainly saw that time, and it doesn’t change his opinion now.

We will have to see what CM Punk does next in his career. He could have some options on the table with Impact Wrestling or the NWA, if they can afford him. Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more!

What’s your take on CM Punk overshadowing AEW All In’s Wembley Stadium turnout? Does he have the worst body to hold a World Title in pro wrestling? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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September 17, 2023 8:32 am

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