CM Punk dons Celtic gear as Drew McIntyre trolling continues after costly WWE Clash at the Castle intervention

CM Punk continued the trolling of hometown hero Drew McIntyre after WWE's Clash at the Castle event.

Rangers daft McIntyre had looked set to snatch the world heavyweight title on home turf from Damien Priest, but missed out when Punk appeared in the ring dressed as a ref, revealing his identity when he purposely failed to complete a count that would have seen McIntyre victorious. In the Ayr wrestler's rage, he turned on Punk, but he delivered a blow that allowed Priest to secure a three count of his own from the actual ref, who had by this time recovered after being wiped out.

Afterwards, Punk - wearing a Celtic training top - claimed that he'd only been cleared to appears as a ref due to injury as he continued to wind up McIntyre. He said: "I've been cleared for only referee duty. I had a little bit of a hiccup out there, but we will go back to the lab to reassess. I can tell you that my arm feels amazing. I got permission to skip Raw in Corpus Christi to go home to Chicago to see my doctors with the idea that I will be cleared."

Punk had been snapped earlier in the day at the Celtic store in Glasgow. And he was clearly stocking up for the big night, appearing at his post-event press conference wearing a Hoops training top to further rub salt in McIntyre's wounds, whilst also holding up a box of doughnuts.

That had fans speculating that he was due to make a dramatic appearance at the Hydro wearing the green and white. That wasn't quite the case, but he was representing them afterwards after costing his Rangers loving rival the title, continuing a theme that's developed in Glasgow after Brendan Rodgers recovered to secure the Premiership crown.