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WWE fans kicked out of Monday Night Raw for CM Punk chants

According to a Feb. 3 report from WrestleZone.com, over a dozen WWE fans were kicked out of last night's Monday Night Raw taping in Omaha, Nebraska, because they wouldn't stop chanting for CM Punk.

CM Punk has apparently quit the WWE
Photo by Frazer Harrison

"Wow just got kicked out of the centurylink center with about 40 other ppl 4 chanting cm punk!!!! I saw ppl get tossed earlier too #cmpunk," Paul Cernbolis, a WWE fan in attendance, tweeted after the event.

CM Punk, 35, reportedly quit the WWE on the evening of Jan. 27, after telling WWE boss Vince McMahon that he was "going home" to Chicago, Ill.

Punk was left off last week's Monday Night Raw after a series of re-writes, and he did not appear at any of the WWE house shows that went down last week.

Punk is one of the biggest stars in the WWE, so pro wrestling fans are clearly not happy that he's won't be appearing at any live shows in the near future.

"Kicked out of raw for chanting for @CMPunk. What happened to freedom of speech? #saveuscmpunk," Brandon, a WWE fan, tweeted after getting kicked out of the Monday Night Raw event.

Last night's WWE Monday Night Raw taping went down at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb.

CenturyLink Center security personnel haven't made any official comment on the matter, and neither have WWE officials.

Despite Punk's absence, last night's Monday Night Raw featured plenty of star power.

The Feb. 3 episode of "Raw" featured The New Age Outlaws against former WWE tag-team titleholders Cody Rhodes and Goldust, in a rematch from last week.

The New Age Outlaws retained their belts with an exciting victory.

In other action, The Shield defeated Rey Mysterio, Kofi Kingston and Big E. Langston. Additionally, Christian defeated Jack Swagger and Daniel Bryan beat Randy Orton.