CM Punk has become the latest wrestler to pen a deal with Paradigm Talent Agency.

Deadline reported that Punk signed with Paradigm "for representation in all areas." 'The Second City Savior' is seemingly aiming to expand his presence across the whole entertainment industry. He has already been a part of two seasons of 'Heels,' portraying a wrestler, Ricky Rabies. He has also performed in the role of Paul, who is an Iraq war veteran dealing with PTSD in four episodes of 'Mayans FC'.

Punk's addition comes a week after rising WWE wrestler Tiffany Stratton signed with the same agency. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest also signed with the California-based talent agency in April.

The Chicago legend took the WWE by storm when he made his shocking return to the company in Survivor Series last November. The memorable moment went on to become WWE's biggest moment across all of their social media platforms, garnering a whopping 71 million views.

Following his return, Punk helped in moving over $1 million in merchandise in 24 hours and he remains a top merch seller for the company since making his blockbuster return.

Punk is certainly considered 'one of one' within the pro wrestling fraternity and his return assisted WWE's flagship show, Raw ratings to increase 29%, when WWE were in talks of its $5 billion, 10-year media rights deal with Netflix.

The former WWE Champion is currently on the shelf as he recovers from a torn tricep injury that he sustained during the 2024 Men's Royal Rumble match. However, after going under the knife, Punk is going the extra mile to make his return ahead of schedule.