CM Punk: No One In WWE Could Follow My WrestleMania 29 Match
"People, to this day, will be like, 'You never main evented WrestleMania.' Yes, I did. It was that one."
CM Punk says his WWE WrestleMania 29 match with The Undertaker is the defining bout of his career.
Punk competed at seven WrestleManias in his WWE career but it is his last, against The Deadman, that sticks out most to the former WWE Champion.
The 42-year-old, who left WWE in 2014, says despite never officially main eventing a WrestleMania, this match on the WrestleMania 29 card was so good that it should be considered the top match on that year's show, saying no one in the company could follow the bout.
Punk told Robbie Fox on My Mom's Basement: "Given all the circumstances leading up to it and everything that happened after it, that's the most defining punk rock moment of my entire career. I didn't care about anything. I was a man possessed and I simultaneously didn't give a f*ck and cared way too much at the same time.
"I went out there and f*cking absolutely destroyed it. They couldn't follow me, no matter what they said. People, to this day, will be like, 'You never main evented WrestleMania.' Yes, I did. It was that one. You should've packed it up and f*cking went home after that."