CM Punk Getting Screwed by WWE

shawn straightedgeContributor IJuly 21, 2009

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15:  (L-R) Shelton Benjamin locks up with CM Punk during WWE Smackdown at Acer Arena on June 15, 2008 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Gaye Gerard/Getty Images)

No one needs an introduction when it comes to our current World Heavyweight Champion, CM Punk.

Well, from the Wrestlemania XXIV aftermath we've seen Punk carry two Money in the Bank briefcases, then two major titles: two World Heavyweight Titles. While this is big for the very unique in-ring performer, we've never seen him actually put in decent match-ups while holding the title.

Last year, after cashing it on Edge, he had a lot of matches against Kane, Batista, and Chris Jericho where he lost or was dominated in the majority of them. This year, after his tweener turn, he lost most of his matches against the future HBk, John Morrison, and had unclear match finishes in most Pay Per Views.

The World Heavyweight Champion is one thing that is won, but has to be lost, and I would urge Vince McMahon to put some effort into getting CM Punk a decent title defense before he loses the title.

The most memorable match CM Punk put up as champion was against the well-hated JBL, who pitied us by leaving the WWE.

I'll hope you'll like my first try!

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