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“I don’t like the guy, but I’m willing to put business first” – Roman Reigns On A Potential Match With CM Punk

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• “I don’t like the guy, but I’m willing to put business first” – Roman Reigns On A Potential Match With CM Punk

In an interview with the Complex Load Management podcast, WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns commented on a possible match against CM Punk.

Reigns didn’t have many good words to say about his former rival, but he said he’d be down to facing him.

“All the way from someone as big as The Rock, to someone like CM Punk, for instance, someone who really hits home with our home audience, our hardcore fans. If you’d watched wrestling for the past 10 to 15 years, and you love it, and it’s within your blood, then you probably have some kind of feelings about that guy. I know I do; just by doing one of these things, he made my job a lot harder.

If it’s something that the fans can get behind, and that it can really make them seek their teeth into the product, and really dive into the creative with us, I’m willing to do it.

I don’t like the guy, I don’t know many who do, but I’m willing to put business first and make really good content if that’s the case. He’d probably have to get slapped around a few times in order to get his mind right, but if he’s willing, and the fans and the audience [are] going to like it and be into it, then most likely I’m going to be into it.”

Roman Reigns vs. CM Punk happened on the Old School RAW episode on January 6, 2014, where Reigns beat Punk. You can watch it below:

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 29, 1988) – WWF MSG House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 29, 1988, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.

The Garden was almost sold out that night with an attendance of 19,745 Fans in the arena.

The results can be found here:

The Red Rooster defeated Sam Houston

Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels defeated Conquistador Dos & Conquistador Uno

The Junkyard Dog defeated King Haku by DQ

Dino Bravo defeated Brian Blair

WWF World Heavyweight Title: Randy Savage (C) wrestled Andre The Giant to a draw

Scott Casey defeated Sandy Beach

Brutus Beefcake defeated Ron Bass

Bad News Brown defeated Tito Santana

WWF Intercontinental Title: Honky Tonk Man defeated The Ultimate Warrior (C) by countout

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