Ex-WWE star CM Punk references a second UFC fight in June

Ex-WWE star CM Punk references a second UFC fight in June

After an unsuccessful mixed martial arts debut that lasted two minutes and 45 seconds, CM Punk also known as Phil Brooks, will have a chance at redemption as he is set for his second fight at UFC 225, in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois.

The UFC has not announced a fight for Punk, but president Dana White previously has said he intends to give the 39-year-old "another shot". When asked by a Twitter user when fans will see him "cry again in the Octagon", Punk responded with a specific date.

Despite plenty of naysayers who feel Punk's spot in the UFC is unearned, it appears the fight may actually happen. It was painfully clear that Mickey Gall - who went on to beat another hopeful mainstream star in Sage Northcutt a few months later - was out of his league in 2016.

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Punk has been rumored for that UFC 225 card for quite some time as the former professional wrestler hails from Chicago and has a huge fan base in his home city.

"June [9], after I win and lock eyes with my handsome wife, embrace my coaches and shout out my entire team", he answered. The event takes place at United Center. He quickly lost to Mickey Gall via submission in the first round. He's been a constant presence at the Roufusport camp in Milwaukee, Wis., training alongside the likes of UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, former lightweight champ Anthony Pettis, former ONE Championship titleholder Ben Askren and other notables.

Punk hasn't fought since UFC 203 back in September 2016 when he suffered a brutal submission loss in the 1st round to Gall.