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CM Punk: Still a “Paul Heyman guy”?
At the conclusion of Raw last Monday, many in the WWE Universe were shocked to see WWE Champion CM Punk, moments after completing his brutal assault on John Cena, driven away from the scene of his attack by Paul Heyman. (WATCH) The mastermind of the Original ECW is best known in WWE circles as the man who brought Brock Lesnar to WWE 10 years ago, and to this day remains Lesnar’s advisor. What most don’t realize, however, is that as the leader of WWE’s reincarnation of ECW in June 2006, Heyman was also responsible for giving Punk his opportunity to debut on WWE TV in New York City and receive a standing ovation and “CM Punk” chants. Continue reading »
IGN: CM Punk: “I’m Not Out There Pandering Anymore”
A lot has transpired for CM Punk in the past year, as the pro wrestler has skyrocketed to the top of the WWE. As he goes into a big match against both John Cena and The Big Show this Sunday at SummerSlam, I had the chance to briefly speak with Punk at the recent WWE Be a STAR / SummerSlam party about what to expect at the Pay-Per-View and his recent shift into a more ambiguous persona, straddling the line between heel and face.
IGN TV: I was at SummerSlam a year ago and since then, it’s been a very eventful year for you. You’ve had that championship belt for most of it. What’s it been like for you to experience so much in the past 12 months?
CM Punk: You know what, it’s cool. And doing an event like this kind of settles it in for me. Because I walked this same red carpet, the same Be A STAR promotion, same pay-per-view, SummerSlam, last year. And I was WWE Champion, and I’m WWE Champion still. So it’s exciting for me. It’s been one hell of a ride. Continue reading »
XFinity Interview: WWE Champ CM Punk on SummerSlam, Why He Laid Out The Rock
It’s been quite a year for CM Punk.
Since cutting the promo that changed his career, the straight-edge superstar has had classic matches, been proposed to, and most importantly enjoyed a WWE Championship reign that is one of the longest in recent memory.
So why would he let the Rock come in and steal his thunder? Continue reading »
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WWE.com: Should CM Punk Respect Big Show?
On Monday, WWE Champion CM Punk dropped a mini–“pipe bomb” and declared that all future episodes of Raw would end as he believes they should: with him, the WWE Champion, standing tall over all opponents, having asserted his dominance as the peak performer in WWE and re-established that he is, in fact, the Best in the World.
And then Big Show knocked him out.
Read the rest at WWE.com.
CM Punk comes home for Chicago Comic Con
It’s been a long time since reigning WWE champion CM Punk was pinning wrestling opponents in a warehouse ring in Mokena.
Along the way the man billed as the Straight Edge Superstar has won his share of title belts and enemies.
The popular professional wrestler and Lockport native will hit the area Aug. 11 for Wizard World Chicago Comic Con at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont. Continue reading »
WWE’s Marvel-ous Superstars: Wolverine & CM Punk
Greetings, true believers.
Sports-entertainers have long been compared to comic book heroes and villains, and with just cause. The four-color worlds in which those larger-than-life archetypes reside certainly have their overlapping elements. Bombastic battles, colorful clothing and alliterative alter egos abound in their analogous arenas. The “good guys” and “bad guys” of the comic book universes battle it out inside the panels in a fashion similar to how scores are settled inside the WWE ring.
WWE.com has taken an inner-office argument and turned it into a blockbuster summer list event, comparing WWE’s Superstars and Divas to their Marvel Comics counterparts. So suit up and check out the list, then be sure to sound off in the comments and on Facebook about which Superstars and Divas you’d pair up with their mighty Marvel counterparts! Continue reading »
IGN.Com – Comic-Con: CM Punk Talks AJ
For the third year in a row, Mattel and WWE partnered on a panel at Comic-Con today, promoting new WWE toys and giving fans the chance to ask questions of WWE stars – in this case Sheamus, Zack Ryder and CM Punk. It was a very entertaining panel, filled with plenty of playful banter and snarking, with Punk and Sheamus having a good time teasing one another.
Funny and well-spoken, Punk dominated the conversation, with most of the fan questions aimed at him. At one point, talking about this busy past year he’s had, Punk remarked that he couldn’t make everyone happy, to which someone in the crowd yelled, “AJ!” Without a beat, he replied, “AJ, I’m positive I can make happy.”
When he then more seriously talked about AJ’s recent ascent, he said, “AJ has taken a small opportunity, a sliver, and really knocked it out of the park. I think she’s really underrated – the way she delivers her lines.” He also noted that AJ was a true wrestling fan and no doubt is very excited to have her own WWE action figure being released, just as he was.
One fan asked, “Where are our WWE ice cream bars?” to which Punk replied, “I wrote a letter to Ben and Jerry’s. If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. I’m sorry for the delay!” Continue reading »
WWE.com: Does CM Punk only have himself to blame for AJ’s shocking attack on Raw SuperShow?
For someone who said he digs unstable women, CM Punk should’ve seen this sharp turn coming from a mile away. (VIDEO | PHOTOS)
After weeks of appearing to be firmly in the WWE Champion’s corner, AJ reveled in Punk’s suffering on Raw SuperShow as she kissed, then shoved The Straight Edge Superstar off the ring apron and through a table along with Daniel Bryan.
Moments earlier, AJ created a frighteningly hectic scene when she set up a table outside the ring and climbed to the top turnbuckle during the tag team main event pitting Punk & John Cena against Bryan & Chris Jericho. Concerned by what AJ might do next, the two rivals clamored to talk her off the turnbuckle, with Punk even grabbing hold of the unpredictable Diva before she sent him flying onto Bryan. Judging by AJ’s ecstatic reaction, could inflicting pain on Punk (and Daniel Bryan as collateral damage) have been part of her twisted plan? And did Punk invite more trouble by entertaining AJ’s advances, only to then deny her the attention she craved in return? Continue reading »
Chicago Tribune: Kerry Wood’s Bowling Fundraiser Charity Event
Kerry Wood has officially been retired for over a month, but he hasn’t exactly felt retired. That’s because the ex-Cub has been so busy promoting his “All You Can Be” children’s book and preparing for his seventh annual Strike Zone Celebrity Bowling Tournament Wednesday at 10pin Bowling Lounge.
“Retirement starts tomorrow,” Wood told me at Wednesday’s fundraiser, which raised over $300,000 for the children-focused Wood Family Foundation.
Wood was joined by most of his former Cubs teammates — including a “Kingpin”-like Ryan Dempster, who wore red tinted shades and green pants – and WWE Champion CM Punk, former WWE Diva Lita, Plain White T’s band members Tom Higgenson and Dave Tirio, and ‘85 Bears star Steve McMichael. Continue reading »
Wrestling with reality
Wrestlers are accustomed to working until 11 p.m., not leaving an arena until midnight, then driving several hours to the next town.
Mornings are meant for sleeping in, yet WWE Champion CM Punk is wide-awake after having just finished a Hartford-area morning television show to promote that night’s Monday Night Raw program on the USA Network. Punk, whose “Straight Edge” nickname acknowledges the fact that he does not use alcohol, tobacco or other recreational drugs, takes that moniker to the extreme.
He gets through otherwise bleary-eyed mornings on water and green tea. “I was a fiend. I was out of control with caffeine. I had to get rid of it, so about six months ago, I did,” said Punk, who will headline this Saturday night’s World Wrestling Entertainment Supershow at Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell. Continue reading »