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CM Punk VS Vince McMahon - RAW - 8th October 2012


CM Punk (Eva Rinaldi Photography)

Luck is for losers, at least according to CM Punk. Even though his arm is literally tattooed with good-luck charms, Punk believes you make your own good fortune through hard work and intense preparation.

Growing up in Chicago, the Superstar's childhood consisted of watching the likes of "Rowdy" Roddy Piper and Jimmy Snuka exchange words, then blows. Such heated rivalries helped Punk realize that WWE was where he belonged. Adopting the "Straight Edge" movement -- in which one bases their life around personal development, and avoids drugs, alcohol and a dependency lifestyle -- Punk has brought his own style to WWE.

Punk's in-ring repertoire is an assimilation of fighting styles he has learned from his travels around the world. In his WWE pay-per-view debut as a part of Team DX at Survivor Series 2006, Punk brought down the house in Philadelphia where fans showed their respect for his talents.

After becoming the only multiple-time Straight Edge World Champion in WWE history, Punk set out to convert his fellow Superstars as well as members of the WWE Universe to his way of thinking. Through his use of persuasive arguments and keen intellect, "The Second City Savior" has acquired a devout following both in and out of the squared circle.

Punk would later use his silver tongue to target his superiors in the hope of inspiring change in WWE as the self-appointed “voice of the voiceless” shortly before his monumental first WWE Championship victory over John Cena on July 17, 2011 -- the final night of his contract. After the bell, Mr. McMahon watched helplessly as The Straight Edge Superstar vanished through the Chicago crowd with the coveted title as Punk's hometown fans passionately chanted his name.

When a re-signed Punk returned on Raw to WWE with his title to confront the newly crowned WWE Champion, Cena, it would mark the first time in the championship's rich history that two Superstars held claim to the WWE Title simultaneously. Punk's re-emergence as WWE Champion was controversial but, then again, Punk has always thrived on controversy.

Whether a sole champion of his cause or flanked by supporters, verbally - from the commentary booth - or by force in the ring, CM Punk continues to preach from his self-appointed pulpit at the epicenter of the WWE Universe. (Credit: WWE)




CM Punk Nominated For 'Best Baddie At Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, by Greg Tingle - 7th October 2011

WWE’s vocal and self professed 'Best In The World' CM Punk tore up the orange carpet stage, just off a plane.

Punk is keen on showing Australian's he's the 'Best In The World', both in the ring and on the mic.

Upon hearing that Kyle Sandilands won the 'Best Baddie' award Punk went on a rampage, as you might expect.

"People in America don't even know who Kyle Sandipants is", the 'Best In The World' WWE superstar ranted.

In the end Punk got slimmed in green by an announcer.

CM Punk had earlier been interviewed by SBS World News Australia which is showcased on YouTube.

He then exited the stage, but not before kicking Nick balls into the excited audience.

Stay tuned for more.


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WWE at Nickelodeon Australian Kids Choice Awards

WWE has announced that Carlito will be visiting Australia next month as part of the Nickelodeon Australian Kids Choice Awards 2006. WWE is nominated for an award in the SO HOT RIGHT NOW category.

"The Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2006 will be held at The Sydney Entertainment Centre, Australia on Wednesday October 11th. Australian fans can meet Carlito when the Orange Carpet commences at 5pm – 6pm".

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