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Category: General News
WWE.com presents “The 12 Days of WWE”
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Posted by DJ on December 27th, 2011. Filed in General News
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WWE.Com’s Top 25 Matches of 2011
# 22: WWE Championship Triple Threat TLC Match from WWE TLC
Through blistering battles with John Cena and captivating interviews, CM Punk earned his spot as the biggest Superstar of 2011. At WWE TLC, The Straight Edge Superstar proved he deserved it. Defending his WWE Championship against The Miz and Alberto Del Rio in a dangerous Triple Threat TLC Match, The Second City Saint overcame the underhanded tactics of his rivals — including the interference of Ricardo Rodriguez and being handcuffed to the turnbuckle by The Awesome One — and scaled the ladder to grab the his title. Soon after, Punk tweeted, “My march to WrestleMania doesn’t begin after the Rumble. It starts today. You’re in or you’re out. If you’re out, you’ll be left behind.” So, in or out? Continue reading »
Posted by DJ on December 27th, 2011. Filed in Articles
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WWE.com: Did CM Punk start a revolution?
During a live broadcast of Raw on June 27, CM Punk sat cross-legged on the entrance ramp in a vintage “Stone Cold” Steve Austin T-shirt and delivered a monologue that has become the sports-entertainment equivalent of William Wallace’s speech to the war weary Scots at the end of “Braveheart.” A pointed, stirring battle cry that both indicted the enemy and roused the people, the call to arms led legions of WWE fans to unite under one word — change.
Frustrated with the direction of an industry he’s loved his entire life, The Straight Edge Superstar wanted to see a younger generation take charge and in the weeks since his incendiary rant he fought an uphill battle to make it happen. Continue reading »
Punk rocks, Red Eye Interview
Thanks to editor, Ted Gruber for sharing his article for Chicago’s very own Red Eye Newspaper. The sub-headline sums it all up, “Chicagoan CM Punk has been the talk of WWE—and now he talks to us.” Read the article below:
“It’s clobberin’ time.”
With those famous words before every wrestling match, Chicagoan and current WWE heavyweight champ CM Punk makes his entrance. Punk’s not only at the top of his game, but he put a spark in professional wrestling this summer with his seemingly off-script rant about WWE owner Vince McMahon and his ascension to the championship—in Chicago, no less.
He talked with RedEye recently about a variety of topics, including his fondness for MMA, as he prepares to return to Allstate Arena on Monday for “Raw.”
Going back to July, how was that feeling of winning the WWE Championship in your hometown?
I don’t think it could have gone any better. It’s an awesome feeling and it was a very hostile environment, and I deal well with those kinds of situations. What better place to win the WWE Championship than in Chicago where I grew up and started my wrestling career.
Before that match you had a contract that was expiring and many didn’t know what was going to happen or where your career would continue. Was that situation on your mind while wrestling in the that match?
That wasn’t something that weighed heavily on my mind during the match because I had all my friends and family watching ringside. That was the real big pressure, trying to impress the fans, and I opened my mouth weeks prior with doing promos. I had a lot to prove.
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Who was snubbed at the 2011 Slammy Awards?
OMG Moment of the Year | Snub: CM Punk
Even though Punk took home two Slammys for the night, he missed out on this one despite being a slam-dunk choice for the award. When The Straight Edge Superstar walked out of Allstate Arena after winning the WWE Championship at Money in the Bank, the WWE Universe buzzed with a rare kind of energy, simultaneously excited and dumbfounded by the moment. It was the kind of moment that made even non-followers of WWE stand up and take notice.
Guyism.com: 75 Guys We Wish We Were in 2011
Right around this time, the Internet is abuzz with lists. People want to know who was important, who the biggest star was, and who was the most influential. We don’t know about all that, but here’s a list of guys who traveled the world, scored on a field, and fondled a thousand boobs. Guys who created moments in 2011 that made us think, “hey, I’m not gonna lie… pretty cool.”
Posted by DJ on December 15th, 2011. Filed in General News
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WWE.com Exclusive Slammy Awards 2011
T-SHIRT OF THE YEAR:
Winner: CM Punk, for his instantly iconic “Best in the World” threads. Bonus Slammy points if you got the Chicago one from Money in the Bank.
Posted by DJ on December 14th, 2011. Filed in General News
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WWE.Com: Slammy Awards: Who will be “Superstar of the Year?”
Voting has a way of causing animosity in the WWE.com offices. There have been shouting matches at Cyber Sunday, a fistfight during Raw’s Power to the People and that unfortunate atomic wedgie incident in the final round of the 2007 Diva Search. Still, despite some hurt feelings, we’re not shy about voicing our opinions, so we’re looking ahead to the 2011 Slammy Award for “Superstar of the Year,” which is currently drawing thousands of voters to WWE.com. (CLICK HERE TO VOTE NOW)
Reviewing the performances of John Cena, Alberto Del Rio, CM Punk, Mark Henry, The Miz and Randy Orton over the past 12 months, we attempted to pick the odds of who will win the coveted Slammy — and avoid getting our Hanes yanked over our heads because of it. Continue reading »
Jim Ross Says CM Punk Is Superstar Of The Year
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross made his weekly appearance on the Sean Pendergast show on Yahoo Sports Radio on Saturday morning. The interview is available at Yahoosportsradio.com/podcasts.
Ross named C.M. Punk as the wrestler of the year. “He’s the hands down choice to be the Superstar of the Year,” Ross said. He said Punk has made people talk about the business and has brought people in or back to WWE.
Posted by DJ on December 11th, 2011. Filed in General News
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WWE.Com: Big cities, bigger triumphs for CM Punk
There he was, with nearly 15,000 WWE fans packed into the Allstate Arena near Chicago for Money in the Bank. The heat of the lights was nothing compared to having that many wide-eyed devotees bringing their chants to a fever pitch – “CM Punk! CM Punk! CM Punk!”
It was the start of a special run, the first of a series of defining victories that took place in America’s biggest cities for The “Voice of the Voiceless.” Continue reading »