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Adam - based on your comment, it appears as if you're an avid CM Punk apologist. So, I don't see a conversation going anywhere. Thanks for taking the time to comment on my wall, though.
Your article on Punk is a bit incorrect. In the months leading up to his departure, he was working with a bad back. Kevin Nash traveled with him and said he was always wearing a heated pack on his back unless he was wrestling or on camera and that he was putting off getting an MRI. The rumble was probably the last straw for his back as he was #1, lasted until the final four, and then got choke slammed through the spanish announce table. He left because his back was killing him and he wasn't going to be in the main event of Mania (again) so it seems he wasn't going to risk his back fro anything less than that (and the WWE has started putting part timers in that spot.) Plus as he said earlier in January it was Bryan's year, not his. He didn't quit, he retired from all of wrestling. He's not taking bookings in ROH or NJPW, he's just done. He's been wrestling since he was 15, at 35, he's a 20 year vet so while he may seem young, he was getting long in the tooth for that profession. So yeah, your article insinuating he just up and quit because he wasn't THE guy is well, wrong. Absolutely wrong.
Hey Olli. I never called CM Punk fans "stupid." However, I do despise the logic of Punk marks. Not only do they obsessively clamor over him, but they want to persecute those who have opposing opinions. Very sad, and worth publicly addressing.
Thanks, Randy! Greatly appreciated.
Awesome Article . Props to you ! One of the best articles I've read on B/R.
Hello Chris! In your latest Punk article, that I did not exactly dislike(it was interesting), I agreed and disagreed a bit. I think that it is incredibly disrespectful to chant for Punk when Cesaro and Ziggler are only going 99% in the ring instead of 100%. Or how the Chicago fans did it in February during Wyatts vs Shield part 2. Now THAT was stupid.
What I disagreed with was how you approached these fans by calling them "stupid". I just think it was kinda a harsh way to approach them, since many of the readers here on BR are very intelligent in terms of wrestling.
But I saw your point, and I liked it. Punk chants should not happen during big matches, not during mid card matches etc. They should not happen during anything that is entertaining.
Added because you used the word 'temerity' in sentence. I mark for you!
This is the response to your article" 5 wrestlers who proves that CM Punk is not the best in the world"
A daring and well thought article, I must say Chris! You could ignite fire here in B/R by writing this article.
But judging from your selection of wrestlers, I must say that you did your research well. A good read, indeed!
Oh, no problem you're a great writer, anyway your stable and diva are also my favorite too and I remember that triple threat match and the retirement match on raw between henning and flair, both are great matches but, mine is the first match i ever saw, Undertaker Vs Vader Vs Bret Hart Vs Austin at IYH The final Four.
Hey man I love your articles and I got some questions for you......
Who is your favorite stable, diva, and matches because I know it's hard to pick one favorite match