CM Punk Speaks On Divas, If He Would’ve Succeeded In The 90’s

Posted by Brad Davis September 12, 2011 Comments are off


CM Punk was interviewed by the Toronto Sun speaking about tonight’s RAW. Here are some highlights from the interview:

If he would have been successful in the Attitude Era: “There are some people who think CM Punk would have been a mid-carder in the Attitude Era. They have this predetermined assessment of me. I don’t know if it’s jealousy. I don’t have six-pack abs and I can’t benchpress 400 pounds. I can’t believe I have to step over people to get their attention. They have an antiquated way of seeing things… I’m trying to save this business.”

On Beth Phoenix and Natalya: “Beth (Phoenix) and Nattie (Neidhart) are two of the hottest things going right now. The Divas of Doom are awesome. They’ve got a female fanbase that we’ve categorically denied and I don’t know why.”

On Beeing Booed: “If they’re yelling that I suck, that doesn’t phase me. They can yell at me, swear at me. That’s all good. It’s shades of grey now. But I do think the best stuff, the best wrestling, is the good guy vs. the bad guy. That’s what the business was built on.

“If you’re really good at being a bad guy, people appreciate it. It creates a dichotomy where they may yell for me, not at me.”

What CM Punk looked like before he was famous

On Future Goals: “I’m running out of goals. No. 1 with a bullet would be main eventing Wrestlemania. Winning a Royal Rumble would be a feather in my cap. And I’ve never won the U.S. title, so look out Dolph Ziggler.”

Much more is contained in Punk’s interview with the Toronto Sun, you can read the full interview at this link.

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