The eight-year pro wrestling career of one of the most successful WWE Divas of this era is officially over. WWE.com announced the retirement of AJ Lee, a separation predicted by many months ago.
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 is the biggest free agent in wrestling with a return no where in sight. The former WWE champion was at the AP Music Awards on Monday hosting the red carpet event on AXS-TV. Punk was interviewed by Chris Van Vliet and asked “The Best in the World” if will return to the WWE. “Nah Nah”. Van Vliet again asked never? “No, never ever, never ever ever ever,” Punk stated...
Maybe I am in the minority here, but I am not convinced that AJ Lee’s return to WWE is completely "best for business."
CM Punk left the WWE the day after this year’s Royal Rumble and has not returned to the company. Punk hasn’t spoken out about the situation and no one from the WWE has said anything regarding the situation. It seems like everyday you hear something new about Punk and what he is up too. People have made the assumption that someday he will return to the squared circle. We have...
The mystery around CM Punk and his abrupt departure from the WWE is still one of the most talked about stories in professional wrestling. A new article from someone claiming to be a friend gives a glimpse into why Punk left and it has nothing to do with Triple H or WrestleMania payoffs.
CM Punk left the WWE the day after the Royal Rumble in January. The former WWE champion hasn’t returned to the company at this time. Punk nor anyone from the WWE has spoken publicly regarding his leaving. Natalie Slater dated Punk at one time and has remained close friends with him wrote a piece in today’s Redeye Chicago, which is titled, “My friend is famous, and it sucks”...
It’s been more than three months since WWE Superstar CM Punk seemingly disappeared from the face of the Earth. Sure, he’s been seen at airports and at hockey games, but dude has to get from place to place and loves his Chicago Blackhawks…we get that. But this latest sighting is a little curious. This past weekend, the “Second City Saint” took time from his busy (psst…not...
The contrast between the infamous 2014 Royal Rumble and present WWE programming is a stark one. On the one hand, watching a DVD of this year's Rumble is akin to viewing the videotape in The Ring; you could actually be found dead within a week via its horrors.
We bought in, what can we say, we are suckers. Monday Night Raw was in Chicago, and the hot rumor, perpetuated by the most respected columnist in wrestling, was the return of CM Punk. Punk walked out on the company more than a month ago, the night after the Royal Rumble. Punk was reportedly upset […]Continue reading...
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