• Former AEW Wrestler Challenges CM Punk To A Real Fight
As we all know by now, AEW World Champion CM Punk was involved in a fight with Young Bucks and Kenny Omega after the All Out 2022 PPV.
After hearing about that, Bobby Fish (whose contract with AEW recently expired and he’s no longer with the company) took to his ‘The Undisputed Podcast’ to challenge Punk to a real fight.
Fish also insulted Punk’s kicks during his podcast. Below is what he said:
“Let’s just make this a formal invitation to Phil. Yeah, I’m down. If that’s the direction he wants to go and I mean, he could pick the time, the place, we can do it in Chicago.
Yeah, that would be kind of fun, right? It can be boxing, it could be kickboxing, it can be MMA. I mean sh*t, we can do this bareknuckle. Whatever sounds good to Phil.
He can pick the weight, he can pick the place like I said. I mean whatever he wants to do but yeah, let’s make it official. Like come on Phil (laughs).
[Punk’s kicks] are atrocious. Well, you said what you heard on the sheets was that he came out throwing haymakers. He didn’t come out throwing kicks, because he ain’t hitting anybody with those (laughs).”
For those who don’t know, Fish is a trained Kickboxer and holds a victory in that as well.
On the other hand, everyone knows how Punk’s UFC career went.
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• On This Day In WWE History (September 6, 2004) – WWE Monday Night RAW
On this day in 2004, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’.
This episode was broadcasted from the Kay Yeager Coliseum in Wichita Falls, Texas and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Unforgiven 2004’ PPV.
Here’s the official card from that night:
Chris Benoit, Rhyno, Tajiri & William Regal vs. Ric Flair, Batista, Rob Conway & Sylvan Gernier
Trish Stratus vs. Nidia
Steel Cage Match: Triple H vs. Eugene
Chris Jericho vs. Tyson Tomko
Steel Cage Match: Randy Orton vs. Kane