I have only seen Punk be asked who was the worst worker he's ever been in the ring with and he's answered with Burke. Asked a question and he answered honestly. If that's burying to you then...learn what burial means. If there is more to it than that then please... allow yourself to elaborate on what you mean OP.
"I'm a tired arachnid, spinning loose in my threads, building lifetimes of gossamer beds. And the filigree waterdrops around my head, they absorb every word that I said."
You are the constant in my constant, you are the salty air in my sail.
Punk doesn't like Burke for the same reasons the industry at large doesn't seem to like Burke; he seems to have a sure-of-himself attitude which turn people off and he quite frankly is a mediocre worker. The guy should be a bigger star. His micwork and charisma, as well as his look and persona is good enough for the top but it didn't politically work out for him. He hasnt been on tv in months in TNA.
__________________ "I'd like to die like my father died... My father died fucking. My father was 57 when he died. The woman was 18. My father came and went at the same time."- Richard Pryor
That is what CM Punk does. That is all his career ever amounts to. His gimmick was always to bury other wrestlers. Heel or face. Then he goes back to the locker room and plays the politics and comes up on top even though the product is hurt.
You realise how many of your favourites he helped get jobs in WWE for?