CM Punk Says He’s Happy “Common Sense Prevailed” In Trial With WWE Dr. Chris Amann

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CM Punk says he’s happy to have been victorious in court, but now that the trial with WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann is over he just wants one thing — to move on with his life.

Punk spoke with Nick Hausman of Wrestlezone following the verdict on Tuesday and said, “A gigantic weight has been lifted off my shoulder.

“First and foremost, I’m happy for my friend Colt Cabana, who I think was dragged into this for silly reasons. But, just in general, I’m super appreciative and happy that the jury came to that verdict. I think I had truth on my side — obviously, I did — and common sense prevailed. And I’m just happy.

“So I appreciate everybody who I guess was in my corner and knew, and continues to know, the truth. I can’t wait to put it all behind me. I wanted out years ago and I still feel the same way. I just want to move on with my life.”

As previously reported, jurors sided with Punk and Cabana because Amann’s side had trouble proving any real monetary damage occurred.

It’s also worth noting that Punk says he’s not scheduled to appear at ALL IN, an upcoming professional wrestling event promoted by Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks. It is scheduled to take place on September 1, 2018, at the Sears Centre in the Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Watch the video below, as well as an interview with Cabana.