The Twitter beef between Stephanie McMahon and AJ Lee has taken on a life of its own. Just days after the company slammed Lee's husband CM Punk, Lee took the offense and humiliated McMahon on Twitter leading to all kinds of speculation from fans and media.
The WWE is fighting back against an Internet icon. The WWE is finally retaliating for statements made by CM Punk on Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling. While Punk’s pipe bomb podcast may have been fun fodder, the end result may be some costly hours of entertainment.
A WWE doctor is suing CM Punk for over $1 million in damages alleging that the former WWE wrestler defamed him in a November interview. Christopher Amann, who has been a WWE ringside doctor since 2010, filed a suit in Cook County Circuit Court alleging that Punk (real name Phil Brooks) defamed him with statements...Read More
CM Punk's latest pipe bomb may wind up blowing up in his face. Punk along with Colt Cabana are on the opposite ends of a lawsuit as a result of things Punk said during his infamous Art of Wrestling podcast interview.
"“…We know it was a kind of a disgruntled marriage between myself and WWE. I don’t really sit down and watch the product with my son."
CM Punk is a jerk, and that's putting it nicely in my opinion! While I do fully agree with some of the things he said like Vince McMahon being an "out of touch old man", I think the way he bashed some of the people in the interview is wrong. For instance, the way Punk talked about Ryback came off as ignorant to me.
"It's great that Rock is back. Anybody in the locker room that says it doesn't piss them off, that he works however many days a year he works when we're working 300 days a year, something ridiculous, they're kidding themselves; they're scared to say it."
In 2014, WWE saw two huge stars leave the company in controversial way, both of their departures have left a huge impact on the future of any wrestlers who sign or re-sign with the company. Both CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio have made their mark on WWE’s future.
Alberto Del Rio was fired by WWE in August, after an altercation with social media manager, with Del Rio defending his...
It's been a tough few weeks for Ryback. CM Punk singled the WWE star out, publicly ripping Ryback for being dangerous in the ring among other things. Ryback has finally responded and according to the Big Guy, none of what Punk said was true.
CM Punk has done a great job isolating himself from critics since announcing his UFC contract. Unfortunately for Punk the softballs came to an end when he went Off the Record and it didn’t take long for things to get ugly.
Seth Rollins has quickly become something of a spokesman for the WWE. Rollins is popping up in more and more media interviews and you knew it was only a matter of time before he was asked about WWE public enemy #1, CM Punk.
CM Punk will be returning to action…but not in a WWE ring. The former WWE world champ is stepping into the UFC octagon in a move that has a lot of WWE fans excited and a lot of MMA fans asking questions.
One thing's for sure: it shouldn't be too difficult for Dana White to license the rights to "Cult of Personality." Oh, and Phil Brooks, whatever moniker he uses when entering the Octagon, won't be denied sponsors for his trunks this time.
“I’m here to either get my ass kicked or kick somebody’s ass.” – CM Punk
It didn't take CM Punk long to respond to Vince McMahon's apology. If you expected Punk to have a change of heart after hearing the CEO say he is sorry, you better think again. Not only is Punk still irate, he is calling the apology "bullsh*!"
Since dropping his biggest pipe-bomb interview last week, fans are lining up in support of CM Punk. Yet an objective verdict would probably see through his rhetoric and his lack of accountability in the situation.
Before anyone accuses me of drinking CM Punk’s Kool-Aid, let me assure you I know the deal. He may not have competed in a WWE ring for 10 months but that doesn’t change the fact that Punk is still a pro wrestler at heart. And pro wrestlers work you. They work you all the time.
It has been a few days since CM Punk laid down his biggest pipe bomb interview yet. Punk finally opened up about his WWE exit, leaving a lot of shrapnel in behind and the WWE Universe is firing back.
Tweet. Delete. Repeat. It’s a motto that WWE’s resident big guy lives by, and after being called out by CM Punk on Colt Cabana’s podcast last week, he’s back at it again. It all started with this tweet featuring 7 Ryback’s (and 1 mini Ryback) standing over a Punk, who had just been slammed through a table.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone. The Big Guy has plenty to be thankful...
The first part of two CM Punk ‘Art of Wrestling’ Podcasts with Colt Cabana landed late last night and the near two hour interview contained some absolutely explosive details regarding Punk’s tumultuous relationship with WWE, Vince McMahon and Triple H and the frustrations and health issues that lead to his departure in January. Some of the details revealed, such as the seemingly...
You knew he wasn’t going to keep his mouth shut forever. CM Punk has finally broken his silence and speaking up about what led him to quitting the WWE. I think it’s safe to say you can cross Punk back in WWE off of your wish list for 2015.
Remember that big announcement teased by the UFC ahead of their ‘The Time Is Now’ presser? It wasn’t that Matt Brown was going to fight Tarec Saffiedine on Valentine’s Day in Colorado next year. Sure, it’s a great fight, but that wasn’t your “major announcement”.
Were we expecting that apparel deal with Adidas or Under Armour to get done? Sure. Ronda Rousey doing...
Lifelong comic book fan and highly decorated professional wrestler CM Punk has joined Team Marvel to pen an upcoming piece in Thor Annual #1. He’ll have the help of Eisner Award-winning Chew artist Rob Guillory – who will also be making his Marvel debut.
Punk has stayed fairly busy, and remained extremely nerdy since hanging up his tights earlier this year. Now that he...
It has been the same battle cry of the WWE Universe (if there still is a universe) since CM Punk walked out on the job after the Royal Rumble. Punk has not been part of a match, program or even a tease about returning to the ring.
TNA Wrestling are not ready to roll over and play dead yet. With no TV deal in place past 2014, the company recently made a bold move. A move was made that could have majorly shaken up the pro wrestling landscape.