In an interview with Ariel Helwani earlier this week, Punk noted the coincidence and called it "poetic." The full UFC 203 Embedded episode five video is available to watch below.Punk returning to the room where he left WWE starts at .
Before appearing at a press conference earlier this week ahead of his fight against Mickey Gall at UFC 203, CM Punk made a point to return to the scene where one of the most important moments of his career took place.
In the latest episode of UFC 203 Embedded, Punk stopped by the room at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH, where he told Vince Mc Mahon and Triple H that he was leaving WWE in January of 2014.
In a new You Tube video released by the WWE, they have chosen to show four “remarkable records” broken by Roman Reigns.
It is sure to rile up anti-Roman Reigns fans, although the WWE has tried to avoid moments that really angered those fans.
While many have compared politics There have not been many election cycles where the frontrunner for a major-party nomination was also a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.
Donald Trump earned that honor with a 2013 induction, marking a relationship with Vince Mc Mahon’s wrestling empire that dates back to the 1980s.
On a March 2007 Raw, Trump showed up for the contract signing, leaning on lines that would nine years later become the staples of his stump speeches." data-reactid="14"In 2007, Trump became involved in a feud with Vince Mc Mahon coined “The Battle of the Billionaires.” It began when Trump appeared on “Monday Night RAW” and literally made it rain money on the crowd, a tactic not allowed by federal election laws in the United States.
On a March 2007 Raw, Trump showed up for the contract signing, leaning on lines that would nine years later become the staples of his stump speeches.
Instead, the four records broken by Roman Reigns included these items.
The interesting thing about the push of Roman Reigns in the WWE is that fans were solidly behind him when he was part of The Shield.
When Seth Rollins turned on Roman and Dean Ambrose, the fans were still on his side.