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Measuring the Anaconda Vise vs. the “Yes!” Lock
Behind door number one sits CM Punk and his Anaconda Vise, a crushing submission maneuver that clasps itself around a Superstar’s head and constricts it like a jungle snake, compacting his cranium until he screams in pain and taps in humbling defeat.
Behind door number two lies Daniel Bryan and his “Yes!” Lock, a torturous hold that Bryan adapted from the legendary Gene LeBell. This contorting human torture contraption combines the mixed-martial arts omoplata with a crossface that attacks both the neck and shoulder joints with equal precision, leaving Bryan’s victim squirming for salvation from two angles until they tap while Bryan’s obnoxious screams of “YES!” rattle in their ears and reverberate off of the arena’s walls. Continue reading »
No Superstar knows how to cause a commotion quite like WWE Champion CM Punk. The Voice of the Voiceless is both Raw’s most outspoken Superstar and arguably its most glorified one. With his impulsive behavior and anti-establishment attitude, Punk’s presence evokes images of the toughest S.O.B. to make Raw a must-watch program: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. It’s fitting, then, that Punk wore a “Stone Cold” T-shirt when he launched his legendary pipe bomb on the June 27, 2011 edition of Raw SuperShow.
Punk’s stay on the Raw roster hasn’t been long, but his ability to make an impact was clear just one week after he was first drafted to the brand on June 23, 2008. On his very first appearance on Raw, The Straight Edge Superstar shocked the WWE Universe by cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase against Edge to win the World Heavyweight Championship. Now, he’s the longest-reigning WWE Champion in more than four years. We’d say that merits his “Best in the World” moniker, although our next franchise player will tell you otherwise.
For a guy who has won seven world championships as a professional wrestler and has performed in front of millions, CM Punk appeared … well, slightly jittery in the press box on Monday night at Wrigley Field.
“To me, I don’t really get nervous as often wrestling anymore,” he said.
And as he warmed up for his big moment with organist Gary Pressy in a tiny booth high above Wrigley Field, tattooed tough-guy CM Punk melted away and was replaced by Phillip Jack Brooks (Punk’s real name), a wide-eyed kid who just stole the keys to the candy store.
STAMFORD, Conn. – WWE Studios and Karé Productions have announced a partnership centered around Karé’s new French film, “Les Reines Du Ring” (“Queens of the Ring”), currently in production in France and being distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment France.
“Le Reines du Ring” will utilize WWE trademarks, footage, consumer products and incorporate cameos by some of WWE’s biggest stars including WWE Superstars CM Punk, The Miz and Eve. WWE Studios will receive an in-association credit on the picture and have first-look rights to distribute the picture in the United States and Canada and to re-make the film in English.
“Les Reines du Ring” stars Nathalie Baye, Andre Dussollier and Marilou Berry. The comedy/drama is directed by Jean Marc Rudnicki and produced by Antoine Rein, Fabrice Goldstein and Thomas Langmann.
“Partnering on ‘Les Reines Du Ring’ is another way for WWE Studios to participate in the telling of great stories in any language and continue to expand the WWE Studios brand worldwide,” said WWE Studios President Michael Luisi. “When we read the heartfelt family story being told by the Academy Award winning team behind ‘The Artist,’ we knew as a company that we had to lend our expertise in the world of sports entertainment to make the film as authentic and engaging as possible.”
The film centers around Rose, a mother looking to strengthen her bond with her estranged son who is WWE fan. Going the extra mile, the loving mother begins training to become a wrestling diva. The comedy/drama follows Rose as she finds a job in a supermarket and convinces her new cashier colleagues to join her in her journey to impress her son by becoming a Queen of the Ring.
WWE.Com Extreme Awards: Most Extreme Promo – CM Punk’s “Pipe Bomb”
To commemorate the most celebrated break-through moments of each passing year, the WWE Universe takes in the Slammy Awards annually. Yet, with WWE’s Extreme Rules right around the corner, WWE.com offers up its “extreme” take on WWE awards, presenting the first Hardcore Honors.
No boring acceptance speeches here, folks. Just pure, extreme action. Most Extreme Promo – CM Punk’s “Pipe Bomb”
Perhaps no interview turned WWE on its head more than WWE Champion CM Punk’s infamous “Pipe Bomb” incident from the June 27, 2011, edition of Raw SuperShow. (WATCH)
Sitting legs crossed on the stage as his Money in the Bank opponent John Cena lay writhing in pain in the ring, Punk embarked on a five-minute diatribe that sought to tear down the WWE institution, starting at the top.
“I’ve grabbed so many of Vincent K. McMahon’s imaginary brass rings that it’s finally dawned on me that they’re just that: They’re completely imaginary. The only thing that’s real is me.”
While threatening to dethrone then-WWE Champion Cena and leave WWE with the gold in his hands, Punk vented about being an overlooked talent. Proclaiming that he was the absolute best wrestler on the roster, The Second City Saint stated simply, “Nobody can touch me.”
Posted by DJ on April 29th, 2012. Filed in Articles. Comments Off
Dimo’s Pizza In Chicago Brings Back Both CM Punk-Inspired Pizzas For Limited Time
The Anaconda Vice and Go To Sleep Specials Are Back!
Dimo’s Pizza, (3463 N. Clark St.) announced today the return of two best-selling pizza specials just in time for WWE superstar CM Punk to sing the 7th inning stretch at Wrigley Field. The vegan Anaconda Vice and not-at-all-vegan Go To Sleep specials will be back on the menu for the week of May 8-14. Continue reading »
Posted by DJ on April 29th, 2012. Filed in Articles. Comments Off
Only in Chicago: Five Street Fight Items we want to see
“Chicago will give you a chance. The sporting spirit is the spirit of Chicago.” - Lincoln Steffens
And it is in The Windy City that two men – Chris Jericho and WWE Champion CM Punk – will take their fighting spirit to the next level during their Chicago Street Fight in mere days at Extreme Rules. Continue reading »
10 finisher combos that would level any WWE Superstar
Trifecta name: “Straight Edge Backdrop”
The right mix of Superstar finishers can certainly create a championship combination. So what would happen if two reigning champions combined their efforts with the elbow drop of a WWE Legend?
How about setting up Randy Savage’s signature move with two brutal maneuvers that leave an opponent laid out in the middle of the ring? Primo & Epico’s Backstabber consistently do a devastating number on any rival, but CM Punk could join the title-worthy trifecta by contributing a GTS of his own. Then, the energy of the WWE Universe builds to a crescendo as the Straight Edge Superstar invites Macho Man to rain down from the top rope and onto their fallen foe.
In his continuing mission to ridicule CM Punk, Chris Jericho’s latest insult took place outside a WWE ring – specifically, at the 2012 “Revolver” Golden Gods Awards ceremony Wednesday night, while accepting Punk’s Most Metal Athlete award on behalf of the WWE Champion, who is currently overseas. (PHOTOS)
“I want to accept this for him, and even though he beat me at WrestleMania, and basically embarrassed me, I will give this to him in good standing,” Jericho said … then smashed Punk’s award over his knee and tossed it off the stage. Continue reading »
Did Jericho stoop too low in his insults of CM Punk?
You would almost think this isn’t about the WWE Championship anymore, the way Chris Jericho demoralized WWE Champion CM Punk this past Monday on Raw SuperShow. Only 24 hours after Jericho failed to capture the supreme prize from The Second City Saint at WrestleMania XXVIII, the jilted challenger took his rivalry with the champion to a whole new level by dousing the notoriously straight edge Superstar with a bottle of booze after a loss to Mark Henry. Moments later, Jericho smashed a second bottle over Punk’s head, leaving him strewn in a heap of glass and liquor and unable to leave the ring area under his own power (WATCH). Continue reading »