While we still do not have a definite answer as to how long he has been upset with the company, we do know now that CM Punk was already contemplating a departure from WWE as early as Royal Rumble 2014. He vented to Mick Foley at the time about not being happy within the company and having trouble dealing with injuries.
The expectation was that ratings for Monday Night Raw would rise this week because fans would tune in to see if CM Punk would make his return or not. However, the opposite took place. WWE saw a 12 percent drop in viewership, which has to be a bit alarming since it is the time period between the Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania 30.
After he was pulled from Royal Rumble 2014 at the last minute, Evan Bourne told fans on Twitter that he was still working on making his return to WWE, but as of right now, it does not appear that management is making that a priority backsage.
Since the company wanted to sell the brutality of Brock Lesnar for his match against Big Show at Royal Rumble 2014, they had Mark Henry work an injury angle and take a couple of weeks off. It looks the former world champion is returning to WWE, possibly as soon as Monday Night Raw this week.
After what took place at Royal Rumble 2014, WWE officials were concerned that the audience at Monday Night Raw was going to hijack the event by voicing their opinions, so in order to help squash some of that and control the crowd, management had Daniel Bryan cutting a promo to open up the show.
Long known backstage as someone with a short fuse, Randy Orton was said to be irate with the fans at Royal Rumble 2014 because he feels that they interrupted his performance against John Cena by openly rooting for Daniel Bryan. Orton does have a history of being upset with audiences.
Over the weekend, Jillian Hall visited a WWE live event and was backstage, which led to rumors of her returning to the company. She has since issued a public statement, denying the rumors of her return. Jillian recently brought up the idea of retiring as a wrestler.
Jillian Hall is seriously contemplating retirement from professional wrestling. The former WWE diva has not been booked frequently since leaving the company. Jillian did note that she was open to coming out of retirement if the opportunity to wrestle Melina Perez or Mickie James were to present itself.
Now that she has recovered from facial injuries that she sustained after falling down the stairs, Jillian Hall is ready to get back to work, as the WWE diva has started accepting bookings on the independent wrestling circuit again.
Jillian Hall was recently hospitalized after falling down the stairs at a house belonging to her boyfriend. She received quite a bit of damage to her face, but the former WWE diva revealed a picture on Twitter of her near complete recovery.
Jillian Hall has been hospitalized with head trauma. The former WWE diva stated that she had fallen down the stairs at her boyfriend's house, but it's uncertain if that reasoning was a serious tweet or just a joke.
Prior to the two of them working together in WWE, Jillian Hall was trained by Fit Finlay.