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CM Punk Reveals His Dream Match, Says He Has Wrestled Dusty Rhodes

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (October 24, 1992) – WWF Superstars of Wrestling

On this day in 1992, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars of Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Arena in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1992’ PPV.

Here is the card:

– Crush vs. Ken Johnson

– Natural Disasters vs. Bill Jordon/Tom Stone

– Nailz vs. Scott Zappa

– The Undertaker vs. Jason Helton

– WWF Event Center

– “The Model” Rick Martel vs. Butch Banks

– Survivor Series Report

– Papa Shango vs. Victor Reed

– WWF Event Center

• CM Punk Reveals His Dream Match, Says He Has Wrestled Dusty Rhodes

During a recent interview on 31 Thoughts podcast, former WWE wrestler CM Punk was asked about his dream match in wrestling.

Below is what Punk said:

“The opponent [I would choose] is probably more difficult. Actually, if I were to pick an opponent, it would be [Steve] Austin. Obviously everyone knows him as ‘Stone Cold’ – I would probably rather wrestle ‘Stunning’ Steve.

Yeah, he was the best wrestler at that time [in WCW], like ’94. There was nobody better. For the sake of the big match, I think CM Punk/Steve Austin from the attitude era. But I always felt like I was a man out of time and I was told that by a great many legends – Dusty Rhodes, Harley Race, Terry Funk, so many old school guys.

I wrestled Dusty – nobody knows this. It was a 6 man tag right before I signed my contract with WWE. So, it was this weird Florida convention. The match was completely insane and bizarre – it was myself, Kevin Sullivan, and Abdullah The Butcher with Harley Race as our manager against Dusty, Dustin, Mike Graham, and who did they have in their corner? They had someone in their corner and Mick Foley was the ref.

It was the most insane match, like all these legends and then me.”

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