JR On CM Punk's Legacy
Speaking of Jim Ross, he has a new blog up on his official website in which he discusses Owen Hart, Impact Wrestling, unscripted promos and more. In the following excerpt, JR talks CM Punk's legacy:
I was asked today by the Chicago Tribune if @CMPunk deserved to be in the top 25 of the all time great wrestlers. I said that all these "All Time Top" whatever lists are overly subjective but my list would be the talents who I would want in my company if I owned a wrestling organization. By the way, that will never, EVER, happen. Nonetheless, I'd absolutely want Punk on my team so therefore under my criteria he's a top 25 guy. He's too versatile, too skilled, an excellent hero or villain, can talk, has a great work ethic and is one of the smarter minds I've been around.
I was also asked if CM Punk abruptly leaving WWE would adversely affect his legacy. My answer, a simple "Hell, no."
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Mason Ryan On His Time With WWE
Mason Ryan recently took part in an extensive interview in which he discussed working with CM Punk, a potential return to WWE in the future, potentially working for other companies and more. The interview is available at this link or embedded below: