CM Punk-inspired pizza returning to Ian's

The G.T.S. Pizza is coming back to Ian's Pizza just in time for Thanksgiving.

The pizza -- inspired by WWE Superstar CM Punk and his finishing move The G.T.S (Go To Sleep) -- features smoked turkey leg, sliced potatoes, swiss cheese and French fried onions and will be available at Ian's Pizza from November 21-27.

Punk visited Ian's to make the pizza himself when it was available in July. The former WWE Champion was joined by WWE Diva Beth Phoenix and fellow wrestler Colt Cabana.

"The G.T.S. pizza is the best in the world," Punk said in the press release. "But would you expect anything less from a pizza inspired by me?"

Customers who purchase a slice of The G.T.S. Pizza will become eligible to win an Ian's t-shirt autographed by Punk and other official Punk merchandise.

Punk will face Alberto Del Rio for the WWE Championship at Survivor Series November 20.

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