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  • Dear CM Punk Marks

    It's become very known to me, that you guys love Punk so much, that doesn't matter what he does wrong, you'll always bring up more and more excuses to why he is right in doing so and so. I can be hundred percent positive that if John Cena would've told The Rock to go kill himself, there would be an uproar in here like never before. Hell, even if Cena beats The Rock there would be an uproar. But if CM Punk would've said something like that to The Rock, no one of you would say anything. If CM Punk beats The Rock, you wouldn't do a damn thing to show your protest. I start to realize that you guys give to much free pass to whatever Punk is doing. He can be talking about Cena's ex-wife, you'd have no problem with it. He can take a dump on the WWE title, you wouldn't say a damn thing about it.

    You make it easy to hate Punk. You are the reason that hatred against Punk keeps growing, because no matter how much we prove you he was wrong, you would act like undeserved douchebags to everyone who has anything to say. CM Punk was always a guy who had a lot to say, but he crossed a certain line here (which he NEVER did before), but all you do is defend his actions, no matter how retarded this defense really is.

    Again, if Cena would've done the same thing (even as a Heel), you would eat him alive and make sure he won't step foot in any arena ever again. But, since it's your so loved CM Punk, you always come up with excuses. You guys are hypocrites.

    Best regards,
    Anna.

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    Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

    You're getting worked Anna.

    It's ok, it's a good thing!

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    • #3
      Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

      I read the title of this and began fearing the worse. For some reason C.M Punk is a god when it comes to the IWC. Personally I think he's very good, but not the all out best that people say. I do see things that people say when Punk does something which I think wouldn't be said if someone like John Cena had done the same thing

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      • #4
        Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

        Well no, if John Cena was a heel everyone would be going on about how awesome it was to get change, and how it made for interesting Television (and it would).

        CM Punk's a heel, wrestling's fake, back in the attitude era the heels hung people from cages, burnt people alive, and joked about unprotected sex with interns, and everyone craves for that era.

        Was it crass, yeah? Did CM Punk mean a thing he was saying, of course not. Was Jerry Lawler okay with it? Well all reports say yes. Was anyone actually really hurt, like I mean actually scarred from it? No. Was it any worse then some of the jokes on Family Guy, God no.

        I think its a grey area if it was okay or not. Personally I found it so silly and over the top I thought it was a really funny segment. Still of course its weird to mix real life with a storyline, but at the end of the day Lawler was okay with it then I feel comfortable in being okay with it. I do get why people would't be though.

        At the end of the day CM Punk was just doing his job, he was great in the segment (even if you didn't like it, he still played the part well), nobody was harmed, annnnnd it will be forgotten about within a couple of weeks, just like him punching a fan was.

        Now, I know you brought it up in an earlier thread, its nothing like Randy saying Eddie was burning in hell. If Jerry Lawler had died, and his family were dealing with the loss, and Punk said that then I'd agree. But, he survived, he's healthy, and its fake. I can't get to mad over that. And you shouldn't either, its just a silly television show

        EDIT: Oh, and the lets not take it out of context, everyones acting like he did that promo and then walked away free. He got teared to shreds by Mick Foley, and beaten up, and ended Raw crying. He was a dick, and got his comeuppance. Thats wrestling booking 101...
        Last edited by Spawn; 11-13-2012, 06:41 AM.

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        • #5
          Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

          Originally posted by Spawn View Post
          Well no, if John Cena was a heel everyone would be going on about how awesome it was to get change, and how it made for interesting Television (and it would).
          Yes, but if it was the happy-go-lucky Cena, people would be pissed beyond belief. I already witnessed the uproar that came out from John Cena talking about The Rock writing his promos on his wrists. Man fans started bashing the hell out of Cena, saying that was a backstabbing move. And they failed to acknowledge that The Rock went and said so much about Cena, from the clothes he was wearing, to his mom... And they ate it up and enjoyed every second of it. But, as soon as Cena said something that owned The Rock, they made an uproar and said that that was BS from Cena to do that and what not...

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          • #6
            Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

            Originally posted by AnnaLove View Post
            Yes, but if it was the happy-go-lucky Cena, people would be pissed beyond belief. I already witnessed the uproar that came out from John Cena talking about The Rock writing his promos on his wrists. Man fans started bashing the hell out of Cena, saying that was a backstabbing move. And they failed to acknowledge that The Rock went and said so much about Cena, from the clothes he was wearing, to his mom... And they ate it up and enjoyed every second of it. But, as soon as Cena said something that owned The Rock, they made an uproar and said that that was BS from Cena to do that and what not...
            I don't see the connection? You said yourself that people didn't like that Cena perhaps said something that wasn't planned ahead of time (I'm not sure whether it was or not) but Punk's comments about Lawler were obviously part of the script.

            Not to mention that a "happy go lucky" character is obviously not going to say something as deliberately controversial and as heat seeking as this, so I'm not really sure what your point is.

            People are obviously going to defend their favourites, whether that's Punk, Cena or Rock - that's kinda what being a fan is.

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            • #7
              Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

              Originally posted by AnnaLove View Post
              Yes, but if it was the happy-go-lucky Cena, people would be pissed beyond belief. I already witnessed the uproar that came out from John Cena talking about The Rock writing his promos on his wrists. Man fans started bashing the hell out of Cena, saying that was a backstabbing move. And they failed to acknowledge that The Rock went and said so much about Cena, from the clothes he was wearing, to his mom... And they ate it up and enjoyed every second of it. But, as soon as Cena said something that owned The Rock, they made an uproar and said that that was BS from Cena to do that and what not...
              You said if Cena was a heel. Of course there'd be uproar if he said something like that if he was a face (which happy go lucky Cena is) because faces aren't meant to be dicks, thats a bad example. Heels are. There being uproar if Cena said something like that isn't because people hate him, its because the face of your company teasing a commentator for dying when in happy go lucky mode would be beyond stupid. As a heel he could get away with it because he would be being portrayed as a bad guy...

              EDIT: Annnnnd, a lot of people had a problem with that whole angle. One of the many problems with it was both superstars just came across as whiny immature. There was uproar because Cena was acting like a heel when he was meant to be a face, but that angle turned a lot of people against The Rock. Notice the lack of excitement surrounding him since it took place. But yes, there was uproar cause Cena across as petty and childish, which faces aren't meant to. When CM Punk, as a face was whining about being held down all the time a lot of people complained about that, because faces are meant to be likable and that wasn't.

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              • #8
                Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                Originally posted by hr View Post
                I don't see the connection? You said yourself that people didn't like that Cena perhaps said something that wasn't planned ahead of time (I'm not sure whether it was or not) but Punk's comments about Lawler were obviously part of the script.

                Not to mention that a "happy go lucky" character is obviously not going to say something as deliberately controversial and as heat seeking as this, so I'm not really sure what your point is.
                My point is that there are wrestling like Cena, that everytime they get on the mic, no matter what they say, they get booed out of the building. The Rock could say anything he wanted (and I can be positive not everything he was saying was scripted), and the fans would love it. Same treatment is fro CM Punk. He can go and say whatever he feels like, just like his shoot promo, and he will be loved for it. He can make fun of Triple H's sexual relationship, he can make fun of his personal life, he can go mock Jerry Lawler's heart attack, the fans will love it. I can be sure that if Cena said something as controversial as CM Punk, the response he'll get is: "Oh, so now he tries to be a CM Punk wannabe.."

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                • #9
                  Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                  Originally posted by AnnaLove View Post
                  My point is that there are wrestling like Cena, that everytime they get on the mic, no matter what they say, they get booed out of the building. The Rock could say anything he wanted (and I can be positive not everything he was saying was scripted), and the fans would love it. Same treatment is fro CM Punk. He can go and say whatever he feels like, just like his shoot promo, and he will be loved for it. He can make fun of Triple H's sexual relationship, he can make fun of his personal life, he can go mock Jerry Lawler's heart attack, the fans will love it. I can be sure that if Cena said something as controversial as CM Punk, the response he'll get is: "Oh, so now he tries to be a CM Punk wannabe.."
                  Casual fans loved The Rock, everyone a lot of people on here hated him. A good percentage of casual fans hate CM Punk, while a lot of people on here love him. Both were doing their job and working the majority of the audience. The internet wrestling community is only a small part of the actual fan base so the comparison isn't apt. You'd have to compare the reaction on here to The Rock, to the reaction on here about CM Punk, and most people don't like The Rock on here (or a lot).

                  Casual fans like him though, and a lot of time Punk does get booed out the building. I dont see your point.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                    Originally posted by Spawn View Post
                    Casual fans loved The Rock, everyone a lot of people on here hated him. A good percentage of casual fans hate CM Punk, while a lot of people on here love him. Both were doing their job and working the majority of the audience. The internet wrestling community is only a small part of the actual fan base so the comparison isn't apt. You'd have to compare the reaction on here to The Rock, to the reaction on here about CM Punk, and most people don't like The Rock on here (or a lot).

                    Casual fans like him though, and a lot of time Punk does get booed out the building. I dont see your point.
                    My point is simple...

                    When CM Punk does something which is wrong, his marks appear and starting coming up with thousands of excuses to why he didn't cross the line at that segment. I've already put up that it is a PG rated show, and that the show covers the fight against breast cancer and 'Make a Wish fun', and the anti-bullying campaign, and than they decide to go to the ring and pull off one of the stupidest segments ever. And no mater how wrong CM Punk be, he would be praised by his fans. They won't condemn anything from his actions, because they love him. Which is stupid. And every time you prove that it was done horribly, and Punk could of generated a better heat from other types of segment, the response is: "If Jerry Lawler isn't against it, why should Punk be against it?" My question is: "If the WWE tells you that jumping from a roof top is OK, will that really be OK?" Even if Lawler had no problem with it, CM Punk should've said no. Paul Heyman should've said no. And HIS fans should've showed that it wasn't fair to Jerry Lawler, but instead he gets a free pass to do whatever he wants, just because they love whatever he does.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                      The responsibility isn't on Punk's shoulders to decide what is and isn't appropriate. He's trying to get over as a super villainous face, of course he's going to do something like this when it's presented to him. As far as I am aware PG doesn't mean there can't be any edgy material at all. Some people found it offensive and/or unnecessary, others thought it was effective - that's controversy which WWE is always looking for, something to get people talking.

                      It seems like your displeasure should be voiced at the WWE for presenting something which you found offensive, it's got nothing to do with Punk really. I like Punk and I think the segment showed that they're absolutely desperate to try anything possible to get him booed (it's still so painfully obvious that it's a square peg in a round hole but that's another argument). At the end of the day heels are supposed to be booed, and "crossing the line" as you put it is often the best way of getting that reaction.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                        Originally posted by AnnaLove View Post
                        My point is simple...

                        When CM Punk does something which is wrong, his marks appear and starting coming up with thousands of excuses to why he didn't cross the line at that segment. I've already put up that it is a PG rated show, and that the show covers the fight against breast cancer and 'Make a Wish fun', and the anti-bullying campaign, and than they decide to go to the ring and pull off one of the stupidest segments ever. And no mater how wrong CM Punk be, he would be praised by his fans. They won't condemn anything from his actions, because they love him. Which is stupid. And every time you prove that it was done horribly, and Punk could of generated a better heat from other types of segment, the response is: "If Jerry Lawler isn't against it, why should Punk be against it?" My question is: "If the WWE tells you that jumping from a roof top is OK, will that really be OK?" Even if Lawler had no problem with it, CM Punk should've said no. Paul Heyman should've said no. And HIS fans should've showed that it wasn't fair to Jerry Lawler, but instead he gets a free pass to do whatever he wants, just because they love whatever he does.
                        Why should he have said no? Because if offended you? One person. It didn't offend me, it entertained me, so I'm glad it happened. My morals are okay with it. I enjoyed it so in mind he should of said yes. There are other people it offended, and other people also were fine with it. Peoples values are different, and you can't make people happy all the time. But whether or not he was wrong to do it is subjective. Oh also you say you don't like the excuse of people saying Jerry Lawler was okay with it, fine fair enough, but you can't then say it was unfair to him. If he wasn't okay with it and they did it, yeah, thats unfair. Once again, he was okay with it, explain to me how it was unfair to someone who didn't have a problem with it?

                        EDIT: And lets not pretend PG stuff can't get a little dark, when I was kid I grew up watching Courage the Cowardly Dog, which was disturbing as hell, and I turned out alright. Kids can handle more then we give them credit for.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                          Originally posted by Spawn View Post
                          Why should he have said no? Because if offended you? One person. It didn't offend me, it entertained me, so I'm glad it happened. My morals are okay with it. I enjoyed it so in mind he should of said yes. There are other people it offended, and other people also were fine with it. Peoples values are different, and you can't make people happy all the time. But whether or not he was wrong to do it is subjective. Oh also you say you don't like the excuse of people saying Jerry Lawler was okay with it, fine fair enough, but you can't then say it was unfair to him. If he wasn't okay with it and they did it, yeah, thats unfair. Once again, he was okay with it, explain to me how it was unfair to someone who didn't have a problem with it?
                          Trust me you should've seen Twitter at that point. Many upon many of people hated that segment. I am not the only one vocal about this...

                          It's not unfair, it's disrespectful. He just got back after two months in the hospital. He shouldn't be reminded about that incident so early. All they did was spit in his face. CM Punk also was involved in the 'Jim Ross appreciation night', where again disrespect is shown to another long time employee of the WWE.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                            No, but sometimes that means good television. People are mean't to feel something when watching a television program. And oh, oh, a heel got people to dislike him? Thats not dreadful. Look at like this, if you were at a live show are you more likely to boo CM Punk because of this, if yes, then he did his job. Also, Twitter isn't an accumulation of all people watching RAW, also I saw lots of people on twitter who liked it. Just depends what trends your looking on...

                            EDIT: As you either put it in later, or I didn't see it, I missed your later point. You are aware wrestlings fake right? Sorry, but he's a heel, he's meant to do things to make you dislike him. Disrespecting JR is a nasty thing to do, its wrestling, the heels do nasty things to make people boo them. He's doing his job. He's getting under your skin, he's doing his job well. Its all fake though, he doesn't actually not respect JR and he doesn't actually enjoy laughing at Kings heart attack, he's playing a role. People on this board like him because he's playing the role to well. I really don't understand your point. People on this board aren't saying they like his persona, they dont look at the persona and say what a stand up guy, just the opposite. Members of this board like CM Punk because of how talented he is in the role he's playing.

                            But you just said it was unfair...and is it disrespectful, who are we to judge? I can't blame anyone for being offended by it, but King obviously didn't find it disrespectful, so who why should we? I know I'm going back to the King line, but I really don't get why you'd feel angry about someone being disrespected by the company when the person themselves is fine with it, and doesn't view it as disrespectful.

                            Again, I think its a morally grey area, but I don't think it was the worse thing in the world and I believe there are legitimate reasons to have it on the show.
                            Last edited by Spawn; 11-13-2012, 07:48 AM.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Dear CM Punk Marks

                              CM Punk IS a god. The best heel around!

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