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CM Punk On Apologizing To The Rock For Being A D*ck During Their 2013 Feud

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• On This Day In WWF History (September 4, 1988) – WWF Wrestling Challenge

On this day in 1988, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.

It was broadcasted from the Hara Arena in Dayton, Ohio and featured pre-taped matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1988’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– The Ultimate Warrior vs. John Zeigler

– Jake The Snake Roberts vs. Trent Knight

– The Bolsheviks vs. Brad Anderson & Chuck Striker

– King Haku vs. Bob Emery

– Hacksaw Jim Duggan vs. Tony Sober

– The Brother Love Show with Outlaw Ron Bass

– The Rockers vs. Dusty Wolfe and Larry Stevens

– The Big Boss Man vs. Bobo Reeds

– Ted DiBiase vs. Dave Stoudimiere

• CM Punk On Apologizing To The Rock For Being A D*ck During Their 2013 Feud

During his appearance at Starrcast III, former WWE wrestler CM Punk talked about his relationship with The Rock and apologizing to “The Great One” for being a d*ck during their 2013 feud.

Below is what Punk said:

“When I wrestled Rock, I remember — I don’t know if I had met him, but he’d been around. The night before it was requested I go to his hotel room and he’s got the entire suite. It’s him, Brian Gewirtz, it’s his assistant, there’s like two other people in the room and I’m immediately like, ‘F*ck, I’m out numbered.’

I remember somebody I didn’t know from his team walking up to me and handing me my promo, and I’m like ‘Wooo, buddy!’ We start talking and I feel like it was a Hollywood kind of setting, like they were doing a table read. This is how this dude operates, but this is me, and this is how I operate.

This was a crash course of me and Rock getting in front of each other for the first time. It wasn’t negative so to speak, but it was very much like, ‘No, this isn’t how I do things,’ and him being like, ‘Oh okay, well, cool, this is how I do things.’

I said, ‘Okay, we’ll try and figure it out because if you say this, this, and this about me, then I’m going to say this, this, and this about you.’ And he was like, ‘Well, alright!’ I was like, ‘No offence, I don’t know who these guys are and they’re writing material for me when I think this is the way we should go.’

So, I think we kind of pushed all that aside, and me and him had kind of a one-on-one conversation in a crowded room, which is f*ckin’ uncomfortable.

I think he respected the fact that I wasn’t backing down, I wasn’t refusing to do anything, but just like, ‘Hey, could we maybe do this a different way?’

He was great and he was fun to work with, and I liked working with him.”

Also Read: CM Punk Reveals What Happened When The Rock Called Him In Front Of RAW Crowd In 2017

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