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Do you think WWE pulling Punk from TLC was a smart move?
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Old 05 Dec 2012, 05:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Do you think WWE pulling Punk from TLC was a smart move?
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Old 05 Dec 2012, 05:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Either Punk goes out and risk his career, or he sits out for a while to be able to compete for more years. Seems smart to pull him out.
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CM Punk tore a meniscus in his knee. CM Puink is not physically able to put weight on that knew. He needed the knee surgery that he had Monday and he is rehabbing. Stupid WWE Fans don't seem to understand that Professional Wrestlers are Human Beings, they do get hurt, they have to have surgery and they have to rehab injuries. Vince McMahon even wrote a statement and posted it on The WWE Web Site. WWE had no choice, CM Punk needed to be pulled from The Main Event at TLC.
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Of course. If Punk somehow manages to compete against a beast like Ryback in a TLC match, there's a very high chance that Punk's injury could get worse and his match vs The Rock at Royal Rumble would not happen.
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What WWE did was a excellent move and CM Punk was not in condition to wrestle at TLC 2012 i think WWE did a right thing this time and to be honest Punk needed a break now he had a break i think The Sheild vs Ryback and Team Hell No would be a much better and more entertaining match then CM Punk vs Ryback but it would be a brawl and now CM Punk is not competing at TLC i hope he will return at RR 2013 and have a match against The Rock and to be honest CM Punk needed to prepare for his match against The Rock now he is not competing at TLC he can prepare for his match against The Rock at RR 2013 and i am glad that The Sheild is going to wrestle at TLC and that match would be a TLC match too i hope that The Sheild will win that match
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