CM Punk Vs. The Undertaker – WWE Championship – Wrestlemania!

There are reports coming out currently that is stating that the main event for Wrestlemania 29 will be CM Punk vs The Undertaker, get this…for the WWE CHAMPIONSHIP!

Current creative plans have been brewing that CM Punk will defeat The Rock at the 2013 Royal Rumble, thus parading into Wrestlemania as the champion. Rumors ran hot over the summer that The Rock was slated to be the one to finally put an end to CM Punk championship reign at The Royal Rumble by winning the Championship and going on to Wrestlemania to battle John Cena for the WWE Championship with Cena going over. However, there are two things that raise concern of this theory. #1.) Having The Rock win the WWE Championship at The Rumble is a great risk, considering all of the days and shows that The Rock would miss between January’s Royal Rumble and April’s Wrestlemania. This wouldn’t be a good look for show ticket sales where The WWE Champion would not be on the roster for multiple shows. #2.) Its a great chance and concern that John Cena is not as marketable (at this moment) as he was some years ago. has John Cena fallen flat with his character? And thus the simple mindedness of his current booking with AJ Lee? Considering Wrestlemania is the biggest WWE Show of the year, there will be much more that is needed than just slapping Cena’s name to the main event.

A CM Punk vs Undertaker main event could in fact tear the house down. And with the current “John Cena Lull” this could be the money match that will generate the pay per view buys. And we can finally see the finalization of this feud that was alive in 2009.

Heres a video of a segment from back then!


And the Match at Hell In A Cell

And of course the Standard – Pictures of CM Punk Vs. Undertaker Gallery

CM Punk #365 and Counting!

CM Punk has declared himself one the greatest grapplers in history after holding the WWE Championship for more than a year.

In an era of quick title changes and championship reigns that have lasted less than a few hours, Punk sailed past the 365-day mark on this week’s Raw.

The Second City Saint said on the last RAW the lengthy run places him above the likes of Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and The Rock in the historical standings.

Accompanied by his manager Paul Heyman, Punk took to the ring to set himself an unlikely target – beating Bruno Sammartino’s world-record reign by staying as WWE champion until July 2018.

Punk, who is currently feuding with John Cena and Ryback, should soon pass Cena’s best of 380 days, leaving him trailing only the mega-reigns of Sammartino (twice), Bob Backlund, Hulk Hogan and Pedro Morales.

Given Hogan’s four-year stint on top was the most recent and came to an end in 1988, that really would cement Punk’s claim to be The Best In The World…

Now here’s the montage video 🙂

And here are some Pics from his title reign and some Pics for his ‘appreciation’ night (Which I think was really underplayed!)

PS. I highlighted The Undertaker for a reason check out my next post!