Former WWE star CM Punk appeared again on Colt Cabana’s “Art of Wrestling” podcast for this week that was posted late last night. Here are some excerpts from the interview:

On wrestlers who think he will come back to wrestling and/or WWE: 

“I see their point of view, but motherf***er, they didn’t fire you on your wedding day. They purposely and maliciously tried to ruin a day that is supposed to be special to everybody. It’s your wedding day.”

On people who think him being fired on his wedding day was a coincidence: 

“I don’t want to hear it was coincidence or that the lawyers didn’t talk to talent relations. I spoke to Hunter on June 11th. 2 days later on June 13th, I received a Fedex overnight with a document that was dated June 12th. That was the timeline. My wife asked for that time off so she could get married and go on her honeymoon. The week after the honeymoon, she was back on TV. So I don’t want to hear it was a coincidence.”

On Vince McMahon’s apology to him on the live Steve Austin podcast this past Monday:

“If it was sincere, you wouldn’t have used it as a publicity stunt on Austin’s podcast. You have my phone number. You have my address. You can show up when you are a ten minute f***ing drive from my house and apologize to me like a man. That’s the timeline. I was sick and tired and sick and hurt and burnt out and I walked and I can do that because I’m an independent f***ing contractor. I was suspended and no one contacted me to tell me I was unsuspended and they wanted me at TV. I got those “we need you at TV” type of calls the day after my elbow surgery and walking out of knee surgery. They could do it then, so where’s my f***ing phone call? I was suspended and maybe in those two months I’d be feeling better or I’d come to my f***ing senses, but nobody ever found out because no one ever reached out. Every six months, there was a new head of Talent Relations in WWE. There were all these people who had no business being in that position. They were the head of Talent Relations and you are supposed to relate to the talents but no one knew how to talk to these people. I’m a wrestler and the head of the HR department doesn’t know anything about taking bumps, what a payday is or anything else. It was a publicity stunt. You are sorry. Great. Be a man and call me.”

On if he accepts Vince McMahon’s apology:

“I appreciate the sentiment but that was not a real apology. He knew about it. He know about it since June. Why didn’t he apologize in June if he really felt bad about it? He wanted to wait until a TV camera was in front of him, so he could cut a damage control, and ‘Oh Gosh, I’m really sorry.’ Well, if you really were and if you really wanted to talk to me, you would have responded after I got a hold of everybody in the office and you would have said, ‘You’re unsuspended. We need you back on TV’ like you did when I was walking out of the hospital still anesthetized.”

The full podcast is now on Soundcloud in the player below.