It was another long eventful bashing from CM Punk that brought The Champ and the WWE chairman Mr. McMahon out together.
The recent conversations now appear to have formed a series that is largely punctuated by Punk’s on-again, off-again behavior that goes from deriding Cena and McMahon, to accepting, and then tearing the contract with WWE.
When Punk and Cena enter the ring on July 17, 2011, all eyes will be set on the fight that is being touted as the WWE’s future-teller. World Wrestling Entertainment’s past may not have largely been written by these two fighter’s acts, but the future certainly will.
Through WWE Money in the Bank live stream, viewers would come to know what they would get to see from thereupon. And I can tell fans right now, what they may not be able to see ever!
CM Punk recently arrived at RAW to work out his contract with WWE. A settlement never looked out of place as McMahon seemed, even though grudgingly, all ready to sign the paper with anything on it!
And he did sign the paper amidst Punk’s outrageous demands, which included a private jet, a role in his own movie, and the main card event in next year’s Wrestlemania.
But there was always going to be something more than just contract signing. In comes John Cena The Champ, and out goes Punk without the contract in his hand. He tore the contract and left the ring, but not before he had declared himself as the winner of the upcoming match.
Watch WWE Money in the Bank online, though you already know who the winner of the match is going to be, if you take Punk’s announcement seriously.
Well, whatever happens on Sunday, it’s pretty sure that it won’t be something easily forgettable.
Their ripping each other off would never be so satisfying.