WWE star CM Punk made an apppearance on the “Busted Open” satellite radio show addressing The Rock ending his run as WWE Champion and his recent matches with Rock at the Royal Rumble and the Elimination Chamber PPV.

On losing the WWE Championship to The Rock and the reaction to it:
“I wasn’t really champion for 434 days, it’s not like I really won it. We’re all adults here; we all know that pro wrestling is predetermined. My only gripe, and it’s always interesting because I do so many of these interviews and my answers always change and of course people will just print like, ‘Punk mad that Rock is part time,’ whatever, this is a business. The bottom line is dollars, but I can’t help it that I have so much old school engrained in me that the Champ works every show. So its 2013 and business has completely changed and I was just vocal about their not being a champ on 2-3 months’ worth of house shows. I think the title is an attraction. Title fights should end the card. I just have different philosophies on things. It’s great that Rock is back. Anybody in the locker room that says it doesn’t piss them off, that he works however many days a year he works when we’re working 300 days a year, something ridiculous, they’re kidding themselves; they’re scared to say it. I appreciate Rock and everything he does. He puts more eyes on the product, that’s awesome. Maybe at Royal Rumble and Elimination Chamber more people saw CM Punk for the first time, that’s cool, but to me, Champ has a responsibility to the locker room. You’ve got to toe the line when you’re the Champ. He’s not on every show, and I’m not pissing vinegar crying about it, it’s just a complete different opinion.

His thoughts on his two Pay Per View matches with The Rock:
“I wasn’t happy with those matches. Were they the best they possibly could have been? Yeah, I think so. But I never like anything I do. I also don’t watch anything I do. You can’t look back. I know when I do stuff that’s good and I know when I do stuff that’s bad and I just kind of leave it at that. I don’t know if it was built up to be this huge showdown and I don’t know if it just fell short, I personally, I don’t think they were bad, but maybe something a little bit missing. Maybe I’d change my mind if I actually bothered to go back and watch but I just can’t bring myself to do it.”

Source: Prowrestling.net