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WWE.Com: What was CM Punk wearing?
What was CM Punk wearing?
The WWE Divas weren’t the only ones wearing Halloween costumes on Raw SuperShow. His guise consisting only of a shirt featuring an illustration of Dr. Fu Manchu, CM Punk walked down to the ring as his childhood hero, Jack Burton. Who? Exactly!
Like everything else about The Second City Savior, Punk’s hero isn’t a mainstream media darling like Superman or Spider-Man. Jack Burton, played by Kurt Russell, was the protagonist in the 1986 film, “Big Trouble in Little China”.
“I can quote the entire movie from start to finish,” Punk told WWE.com. “I wanted to be Jack Burton when I was a kid. He wasn’t a total hero. He seemed more real to me. He was charismatic as hell but a total goof. Sound familiar? [laughing] People have flaws. Nobody is perfect but you can still be awesome.”
For those not familiar, “Big Trouble in Little China” is a 1986 American martial arts comedy about a truck driver (Burton) who found himself as an unlikely hero on a rescue mission in the underworld beneath San Francisco’s Chinatown, where he faced one-eyed monsters, supernatural ninjas and an ancient sorcerer.
A commercial failure that cost $25 million to make but only earned $11 million, John Carpenter’s film has gone on to develop a cult following on home video with its fans feeling that it, and Carpenter, were ahead of their time because Burton was a flawed hero and an overall uncommon character in 1980s Hollywood.
Being WWE World Heavyweight Champion three times, WWE Champion once (perhaps twice after Survivor Series) and leading the crusade to bring back WWE ice cream bars is awesome, indeed. Jack Burton would be proud, Punk.
Superstars Invade Ringside Fest In NYC This Weekend
CM Punk, Zack Ryder and Daniel Bryan all invade the eighth annual Ringside Fest in midtown Manhattan this Saturday. Right beside them will be WWE.com, who will have you covered if you’re not in the Big Apple this weekend.
The Straight Edge Superstar, Internet Champion and Mr. Money in the Bank will be in attendance to meet WWE Universe members in Manhattan, while also getting a sneak peek at Mattel’s upcoming WWE action figures. Along with the Superstars live at Ringside Collectibles, Inc.’s event, Mattel will unveil all-new, never-before-seen products coming soon from the world champion toymaker.
Follow @WWEUniverse on Twitter on Saturday (Oct. 29) to get exclusive news, pics and Superstar comments, live from Ringside Fest. Then, check back with WWE.com later in the week for full coverage, including an exclusive photo gallery and more.
For tickets to Ringside Fest and additional information, visit www.ringsidefest.com.
Posted by DJ on October 27th, 2011. Filed in Appearences
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Two New UK Signings
November 9, 2011
Come meet WWE Superstar CM Punk as he signs SummerSlam 2011 DVDs for the first 300 fans starting at 3:00pm at HMV located at Unit 28, The Victoria Centre, Nottingham
November 12, 2011
Come meet WWE Superstar CM Punk as he signs for the first 400 fans starting at 12:30pm at Harrods located at Door 10, Hans Road, Kensington, London
WWE Superstars Weigh In On Shawn vs. Bret
WWE.com posted a feature on the Shawn Michaels vs Bret Hart DVD, asking the WWE Superstars for their opinion on the legends. CM Punk was one of the Superstars they spoke to. You can read the article at WWE.com.
Posted by DJ on October 26th, 2011. Filed in Articles
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WrestleMania XXVIII Reading Challenge
Read your way for a chance to win a trip for two to WrestleMania XXVIII in Miami in April in the WrestleMania Reading Challenge! It’s simple: Just pledge to read five books and complete a small project, and you could be on your way to the Sunshine State. Plus, your local library could win $2,000. Students in grades 5 through 12 are eligible.
The WrestleMania Reading Challenge is sponsored by YALSA and WWE. The program encourages teens and tweens to read during Teen Read Week and beyond.
Signups for the Challenge are only from Oct. 25 to Nov. 1, so go to your local participating library to fill out the pledge form now! To find out if your library is participating in the WrestleMania Reading Challenge and for more information, visit ala.org/wrestlemania.
Posted by DJ on October 25th, 2011. Filed in Articles
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CM Punk Featured On TLC PPV Advertising
CM Punk is featured on the advertising for the TLC PPV on December 18th:
I also added some more Sky Sports digitals to the gallery.
Scans: CM Punk in Maxim Magazine
There is a small article in this months Maxim about CM Punk. It talks about his infamous interview on the June 27th Raw and how is now a “superstar” among the likes of Stone Cold and the Rock. They talk about his life, how he came into the WWE and where his career is now.
Check out the scans here.
Punk rocked by NRL grapple culture: fines the solution
Phil Brooks, known to millions of people around the world as wrestler CM Punk – the arch villain of the multibillion-dollar WWE industry – believes the NRL could fine the grapple tackle and other MMA-inspired moves out of existence.
Punk, a native of Chicago, was shocked by some of the vision The Sun-Herald compiled for him of MMA/wrestling-style moves that have been used in rugby league. His response to the sight of players being choked was to suggest the NRL follow the NFL’s lead and fine illegal play out of the game.
”If an NFL player tilts his head, points his helmet at an opponent and then hits him, he can get fined $40,000, while repeat offenders are fined $100,000,” he said. ”I think each rugby league tackle needs to be reviewed separately because there were a few [on the DVD] that looked like accidents while others looked like the guy was deliberately slapping on a rear naked choke [a strangulation technique]. You need to judiciously handle each case separately; in a lot of cases you can tell if someone did something maliciously or if it was an accident and go from there.”
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One player who’d welcome Punk’s solution was Wests Tigers skipper Robbie Farah who said he opposed the UFC and wrestling techniques when he was asked if they had evolved to become part of the code.
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WWE.Com: Can CM Punk and Triple H co-exist at Vengeance?
This Sunday at Vengeance, CM Punk will team with Triple H to take on The Miz & R-Truth. (PREVIEW) With their tumultuous recent history – which included vicious verbal attacks and physical altercations inside and outside of the ring (and throughout an area) – will The Straight Edge Superstar and The Game be able to put their past differences aside and work together to achieve success in the tag team bout?
After weeks of verbal barbs by CM Punk against Triple H and his family, they faced off in a No Disqualification Match at Night of Champions. It was an incredibly physical and personal contest, which started abruptly after Punk assaulted Triple H during his entrance. Despite interference from The Miz & R-Truth and Kevin Nash, the Cerebral Assassin was victorious, allowing him to keep his position as WWE COO.
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