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Ex-AEW Wrestler Says CM Punk Was A C*nt After Their Dynamite Match

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• Ex-AEW Wrestler Says CM Punk Was A C*nt After Their Dynamite Match

As we recently reported, after reports came out about CM Punk fighting with Young Bucks & Kenny Omega backstage at the AEW All Out 2022 pay-per-view, former WWE/AEW wrestler Bobby Fish challenged Punk to an MMA fight.

On the October 27, 2021 episode of AEW Dynamite, Punk defeated Fish in a singles match.

You can watch it below:

During an interview with NBC Sports Boston, Fish talked about his match with Punk and said Punk was a c*nt after the match for his own mistake.

Below is what the former NXT Tag Team Champion said:

“CM Punk is not a martial artist. He went on pay-per-view twice and showed the world he is not a martial artist.

He is a pro wrestler, so go out, tackle, drop down, leapfrog, all that stuff, all good. In that lane, like, dare I say, he’s got talent. But when it comes to martial arts, you’re insulting the audience’s intelligence because we’re supposed to be creating an atmosphere where you can suspend your disbelief.

It’s honestly insulting for you as one of my coworkers or peers. As a martial artist, you’re asking me to go out and sell and put over your bunk a$$ martial arts, which it’s insulting to the audience and it’s insulting to me.

At the same time, I’m working for AEW. They’re the ones paying my check. You asked me to go out and put my shoulders down for Phil Brooks. I go out and I do it.

Interestingly enough, there was a little bit of whatever in the match that he and I had, and then, you know, Phil, after the match, was a c*nt.

Frankly, as a martial artist, I went out and I laid my shoulders down for you. You should be grateful that I did because on national TV, if I decided that I wanted to f**king Haku your a$$, I could have because you’re that little bit of a threat in my world.

I’m not Jon Jones or Anderson Silva, but like, I’ve been doing martial arts since I was young and I can handle myself enough to where I will fold you like a wet nap, Phil Brooks.

So for you to be a c*nt afterwards because of a mistake that you made, it doesn’t wear well, not to mention the move that he finished me with, it’s not even his finish. It was Kenta’s.

Phil, you took a man’s finishing move, which anybody who knows pro wrestling knows like, that’s kind of f**ked up, and you weren’t even decent enough to change the name.

So yeah, I mean, it goes back. It wasn’t a challenge. It was an invitation like Phil, if you want to throw hands with The Young Bucks, who are on a short list of people that are my friends when it comes to this business, I’m happy to oblige.

I wasn’t there, so I don’t know what exactly went on. But like, if you’re feeling froggy, man, come on. Let’s jump together.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (September 11, 1982) – WWF Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1982, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Championship Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Agricultural Hall in Allentown, Pennsylvania and featured matches & interviews with several 1982 WWF Wrestling Superstars.

You can find the card below:

Ivan Putski vs. Mac Rivera

Swede Hanson vs. Bob Bradley

Superstar Billy Graham vs. Barry Hart

Tony Garea & Steve Travis vs. Johnny Rodz & Charlie Fulton

Buddy Rose vs. Frank Williams

Bob Orton Jr. vs. Vic Taylor

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