Some friends at this week’s NXT tapings say there were different chants for CM Punk. Security were also confiscating CM Punk signs. At one point when fans were supposed to be chanting “NXT” for a show opener, there were fans chanting for CM Punk. This is also being reported by Lords of Pain. The WWE has done this several times whenever an at odds superstar was gone from the company.
In what can only be described as a whirlwind pro wrestling news day the CM Punk leaving WWE facts and rumors have been pouring out from various sources. It’s no secret that Punk wanted to headline a Wrestlemania and with Batista returning to take the spot, and Punk most likely feuding with Triple H culminating at Mania – he decided his dream was probably not going to come true anytime soon.
Last night’s RAW opened up with a segment which primarily included The Authority, Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, and Batista. Daniel Bryan is the most beloved superstar in WWE right now and the WWE is trying to turn their lack of a singles push for him in to a storyline. Jake Roberts was the next former WWE star announced to be inducted in to the WWE Hall of Fame this year joining The Ultimate Warrior. Included here are the winners from the post Royal Rumble Monday Night RAW.
CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The 2014 Royal Rumble kicked off Sunday with a bang. The Rhodes Brothers lost to The New Age Outlaws making the NAO the new WWE tag champs. Daniel Bryant lost to Bray Wyatt in what can only be described as an incredible match. Here are the results of … Read more
Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar had a complete freakout on WWE Monday Night Raw this week. The NCAA wrestling champion tried shooting a double-leg on Big Show but got stopped in his tracks and thrown out of the ring. This prompted a tantrum from Lesnar who smashed up the announcer’s table and monitors. He grabbed a metal folding chair and tried to climb back in the ring as his manager Paul Heyman distracted Big Show, but it didn’t work and only upset Brock even more.
After breaking his back and having surgery, Batista, through his friendship with Nick Diaz, began training in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and even dabbled in mixed martial arts for a time. He actually had one pro fight, defeating Vince Lucero via first round TKO in 2012. Now listen in as “The Animal”, now 45-years-old, talks about his return to the WWE and his desire to become the undisputed heavyweight champion.