Mick Foley has posted the following on his Facebook page:
"Thanks, everyone for the great feedback on my CM Punk video. This is the first video of this type that I have done in a long time, and from what I've read, you's like to see them more often. I've been asked by WWE to do a weekly RAW wrap-up show for the WWE website, but it's important to me that they understand that if I am going to do a show for them that it be my own perspective, and that it be honest. It's not in my nature to just go around bashing everything I see – which is why that tweet after the Rumble resonated so deeply with so many of you. So, if I do a show for them, it will likely be a lrgely [sic] positive show, but I won't hesitate to point out problems where I think they exist. If I end up doing the show on my own YouTube channel, you will know that we couldn't agree on either content, philosophy or money."
WWE 2K15 Confirmed
Cinema Blend is reporting that Take-Two Interactive confirmed today in its third quarter earnings report that a WWE 2K15 video game will be released during the company's 2015 fiscal year, which runs from April 2014 to March 2015. The game will likely be released in the fall of this year, as most WWE video games are released in the fall, and the game will likely be available for PS4 and XBox One.
CM Punk/Comic Con Advertisement
Despite quitting WWE, CM Punk remains advertised on the WWE Appearances page for the Wizard World Comic Con in Louisville, Kentucky on March 28th. WWE has been pulling CM Punk from its own scheduled dates, but because this is a comic con event, similar to the Comedy Central show Punk is supposed to appear on later this month, it remains to be seen how his leaving WWE will affect those appearances.