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CM Punk looses movie role to current WWE Superstar

PunkinCubsEarlier in the week CM Punk appeared at Jon Lester’s Hollywood Squares-themed NVRQT Night at Metro in Chicago. He did a quick interview with members of the media that were there and revealed that current WWE Superstar Sheamus got the role of Rocksteady in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel instead of him.

“I just assumed he’s a bigger dude, so they gave it to the big guy,” Punk said.. “It makes sense. They were looking for two big, muscly bouncer types. (Sheamus) fits the role. I think they end up getting mutated half way through. You didn’t hear that from me though.”

Sheamus 2015 posterCM Punk has yet to actually have a fight in the octagon, put he is picking fights on Twitter.

It all started with an unprovoked message courtesy of UFC welterweight Cathal Pendred, who took a shot at Punk after seeing a video of the 36-year-old first-time fighter hitting pads with one of his coaches.

Pendred took to Twitter and swiped at Punk’s technique before the former WWE champion answered with a much harsher response.

Punk took aim at Pendred’s performance in the UFC, where he’s come away victorious in several razor-close decisions while not exactly setting the world on fire.

UFCpendredThen again, Pendred’s return fire pointed out the obvious: that Punk is a novice when it comes to mixed martial arts with no experience in actual fights and the kind of background that wouldn’t land another man a spot on “The Ultimate Fighter” much less a full-fledged UFC contract.

I didn’t call you out there you moron. I was just pointing out how sh!t you looked.

— Cathal Pendred (@Pendred)

Punk then turned his attention to Pendred’s skill inside the Octagon during one of his recent fights against Augusto Montano.
The former WWE superstar also blasted away at Pendred by pointing out how much more money he’s made in the UFC being a “washed up wrestler” than the Irish welterweight has earned for his fights.
Following that final shot, Punk’s Twitter went quiet but Pendred didn’t slow down while closing out the “conversation” by once again claiming that Punk’s doing nothing more than “pretending to be a fighter”.

As nasty as the exchange got, it’s not like Punk and Pendred will get the chance to settle their differences in the Octagon anytime soon. Punk still hasn’t decided when he’ll be making his UFC debut, but all signs are pointing toward the first quarter of 2016.



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