CM Punk: 3 Reasons Why Changing His Theme Music Was Necessary

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CM Punk: 3 Reasons Why Changing His Theme Music Was Necessary

When CM Punk defeated John Cena at the Money in the Bank pay per view on July 17 this year, the theme music which he had since his first day in the WWE struck over the speakers in The United Center in Chicago.

This Fire Burns, by Killswitch Engage, never sounded better as Punk held his WWE Championship over the body of Cena, with Vince McMahon staring into the ring in horror.

CM Punk left Chicago that night with the WWE Championship and when he returned 8 days later at Monday Night RAW a new song began to play on the speakers, Cult of Personality by Living Colour.

Many think that this was the wrong time for the WWE to have Punk change his theme music, but here are a few reasons why it was in fact the perfect and most necessary time to have it happen.

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