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Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns: Who are they and why did they help CM Punk?
It may have been the most contentious ending to a Survivor Series main event since Mr. McMahon changed the course of WWE history 15 years ago on a cold Montreal night.
In a turn of events that floored the WWE Universe, CM Punk retained his WWE Title against Ryback and John Cena in a Triple Threat Match when WWE NXT competitors Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns hit the ring and brutalized Ryback. Swarming the mighty beast like a pack of vicious jackals, the three young stars of WWE’s developmental territory smashed Ryback through an announce table and allowed The Straight Edge Savior to pin Cena and sneak away with his championship. (FULL RESULTS) But why did Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns target the human wrecking ball? And was their support of CM Punk intentional?
Those questions were posed by outraged WWE fans across all of social media moments after the outrageous outcome of WWE’s fall classic, but answers were harder to come by. After all, CM Punk and his nauseating underling Paul Heyman had hightailed it out of Indianapolis as soon as they got their grubby hands on their golden prize. But who wouldn’t point fingers at this loathsome pair?
Sure, Punk was quick to disassociate himself from Brad Maddox, the fame-obsessed former WWE official who helped him defeat Ryback at WWE Hell in a Cell in a desperate attempt to get on Mr. McMahon’s radar. But few believed that The Straight Edge Superstar had no prior connection to this slimy hanger-on, which will make it all the more difficult for the WWE Champion to wash his hands of these three thugs.
So why did the WWE NXT competitors do what they did? Was it an anti-Ryback-centric plot designed to target the destructive Superstar and make the boldest possible statement? Much the same way that the villainous Nexus battered Cena more than two years ago, these new faces may have sought to make a similar impact at the expense of the fastest rising star in WWE. More than that, the trio could have arrived just to raise hell in WWE. If they can disrupt the final contest of one of WWE’s biggest events, what else are they capable of?
It’s impractical to ignore the power of Punk’s influence. The Voice of the Voiceless long ago proved he was capable of leading wayward Superstars when he captained The Straight Edge Society in 2010. If any competitor is capable of bending young minds to meet his needs, it is CM Punk.
Or maybe Paul Heyman is the one to blame. Infamous for guiding his ragtag ECW roster like a charismatic cult leader, the mad genius has gained a reputation for earning the loyalty of a small group of competitors known as “Paul Heyman guys.” CM Punk admitted to being one. So did Brock Lesnar. Is it possible that Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins are, in fact, “Paul Heyman guys?”
For now, all we can do is speculate. But one thing is for certain, when Punk and Heyman arrive in Dayton, Ohio for Monday’s Raw, they will have a lot of explaining to do.
As for Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins? Answers may await at 8/7 PM CT on USA.
Posted by DJ on November 19th, 2012. Filed in Articles
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AICN Comics Interview
Q’s by The Dean!
@’s by CM Punk!!!
Hey, everyone! The Dean, here, with what is likely to be the coolest conversation I’ve ever had for a long, long time. It was recently announced that the November 7th hardcover collection of AVENGERS VS X-MEN wasn’t just going to have any old foreword; it was going to have the best foreword in the world! The reigning WWE Champion, CM Punk, has penned a few words for Marvel’s big event of 2012, and anyone who’s heard the man on a mic knows just how engrossing the Second City Saint can be. But fear not, comic fans, because he’s actually one of us. The noted comic book buff isn’t just some flavor of the month given the gig for the sake of attention. He’s been literally shouting out his passion for the medium for years in familiar Ben Grimm fashion, and just like the Thing, when Punk yells “it’s clobberin’ time!” as he makes his way to the ring, you know you’re about to see one hell of fight. Continue reading »
North Jersey.Com: WWE’s CM Punk channels wrestling ‘heels’ of the past on his rise to the top
When World Wrestling Entertainment brings their sports entertainment spectacle to North Jersey, as it did last Monday at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, even top-billed WWE superstars remark on the local fan intensity.
WWE Champion and Chicago-native C.M. Punk was among those in the wrestling organization who took note.
“North New Jersey is a hotbed for wrestling. [The fans] have always been interesting to say the least, so last Monday’s ‘Raw’ was awesome,” he said. Continue reading »
Posted by DJ on October 30th, 2012. Filed in Articles
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The ‘Voice of the Boston Celtics’ reviews ‘CM Punk: Best in the World’
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Press Release: CM Punk Teams With Marvel
WWE® CHAMPION CM PUNK® PENS INTRODUCTION TO THE LIMITED EDITION AVENGERS VS. X-MEN HARDCOVER
The Hottest Comic Of The Year Is Now The Most Anticipated Collection of 2012
New York, New York, October 24, 2012 - The best-selling comic event of the year, hits store shelves in a limited-edition, oversized collection with the Avengers vs. X-Men Hardcover featuring an introduction from WWE Superstar and Champion, CM Punk! Worlds collide as one of the top performers in WWE provides insight into the new landscape of the Marvel Universe in this one-of-a-kind introduction! Experience the pop culture event like never before as your favorite heroes like Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Wolverine, Cyclops, Magneto and more go head-to-head with the entire Marvel Universe at stake! Continue reading »
CM Punk pens intro for ‘Avengers vs. X-Men’ collection
A powerful character himself, CM Punk doesn’t have much of a connection with many of the Avengers or the X-Men.
Doctor Doom? Well, that’s a different story for the pro wrestler.
“He’s a bad guy but he’s justified in his actions. He’s one of those characters that to me can be misunderstood a lot. There’s a lot of parallels between myself and Doctor Doom,”
says Punk, the World Wrestling Entertainment champion and full-fledged comic-book nerd. Continue reading »
Posted by DJ on October 23rd, 2012. Filed in Articles
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Could ‘Stone Cold’ Punk The Champ?
WWE Champion CM Punk threw some thinly veiled insults at “Stone Cold” Steve Austin this past Monday, which got WWE.com thinking: In a match between “The Best in the World” and “The Meanest S.O.B. in the World,” who would emerge victorious? Check out their career highlights and vote for your favorite now!
Part 2 of the UK Sun Interview With CM Punk
CM Punk turns hate figure for fans
WWE CHAMPION CM Punk has — for large parts of his career — been a much-loved figure on television.
Now his character has taken a more villainous turn — and he is loving it.
He exclusively told SunSport: “There’s no other way to put it, I enjoy being the bad guy!”
Punk ‘betrayed’ his legions of fans by turning on The Rock’s 1000th episode and has lately become a figure fans love to jeer.
For Phil Brooks, the man behind the CM Punk persona, creatively working fans to react to a character is one of the best parts of his job.
He added: “Anytime I get to do stuff hands-on I’m more into it. To me I started to feel like I wasn’t where I should be at that stage, creatively. And I wanted to get there.
Read more at the UK Sun.
“The UK Sun” Interview With CM Punk
WWE champion CM Punk was interviewed by The UK Sun over the weekend, discussing a number of topics, including:
The Rock: “Anybody that doesn’t want to wrestle The Rock is pretty foolish. He’s not around a lot, so to get an opportunity to wrestle him, it’s a slim chance. I might have a shot at him at the Royal Rumble if I get past John Cena, and that right now is my goal. The Rumble is a while away, but hopefully I stay the champ until then.”
The Rock’s return: “Rock being back, I guess, puts a lot of eyes on our product. In that respect it’s a good thing. I have a lot of pride in what I do, and I’m proud of the WWE, and their superstars and divas that are on the road 365 days a year. It’s a very cold business, it’s a very ‘what have you done for me lately?’ business. When somebody walks in and gets afforded opportunities that people are in line for and people are busting their ass for, you’re damn right I’m going to get pissed off about it. It’s only logical; it isn’t sour grapes. It isn’t whining. It’s a fact. I said it, I was vocal about it. I said it to his face. That’s just the kind of guy I am. Listen, if I disappear for 5-8 years and I come back, I only hope there is someone as angry and as hungry, with a chip on their shoulder, just like me, to tell me the same thing: ‘Hey, I can do everything you’re doing, and I’m doing it every day.’ I don’t hate The Rock, I don’t hate Dwayne. There honestly aren’t any hard feelings, there’s nothing anything personal. It has motivated me to work harder and to prove everybody wrong. That’s what I do.”
His DVD: “I definitely had the last say in what matches went on there. When I saw the story and how it edited together, I wanted to pick matches that accentuate that story. I watched it with a couple of friends of mine. It’s pretty bizarre; it’s like I’m at my own funeral. It’s all these people I love and respect on there talking about me and seeing my entire career on a WWE DVD. It’s surreal.”
To read the entire interview, click here.