Originally Posted by steveorton
I wouldn't say that he is too big for TNA. With people like Flair, Hogan, Angle, Hardy, Van Dam, all in there and I would say they all have better name recognition than Punk. TNA has a far more "liberal" backstage environment that I don't think Punk would be too keen on. I think that he will be just like Jericho in that he takes a while off for a little R & R, maybe do a few independant bookings, then come back when he wants to.