Home » WWE News » CM Punk References TNA Wrestler At WWE House Show, Dean Ambrose Competes

- At Sunday’s Raw live event in Worcester, Massachusetts, WWE Champion CM Punk made an obscure reference to a TNA Wrestling talent.

The show opened with Punk and Raw General Manager AJ Lee discussing the night’s main event since Punk’s originally scheduled opponent, John Cena, was unable to appear due to injury. During the verbal exchange, Punk referred to Lee as “Allen Jones,” the real name of AJ Styles.

Lee announced Big Show as Punk’s replacement opponent and that it would be a Lumberjack Match. Big Show performed as a babyface and won the match via disqualification after Punk struck him with a chair. Following the match, Punk assaulted Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara. As he was celebrating, Big Show struck him with the WMD to end the show on a high note.

– WWE developmental wrestler Dean Ambrose faced Michael McGillicutty at all three Raw live events this weekend. McGillicutty beat Ambrose cleanly in all three bouts.

– The late Big Bossman is featured in today’s “Superstar Spotlight” on WWE.com.

(source: ProWrestling.net)

  • aaron

    Allen Jones is AJ in AJ Styles I can see why he goes by AJ.

  • poko

    If they turn Big Show yet again after he finally “found himself” then his character is going to lose all credibility. His constant turning has gotten old.

  • adam

    He isnt getting burried that is what happens to all superstars before they go on. Ryback was lossing alot in dark matches as was sandow and cessaro before they got called up. I do think ambrose would be better served being on nxt right now were he would get some exposure instead of just working dark matches.

  • Pete

    The amount of turns big show has im surprised he isnt feeling a bit dizzy.

  • Kannon81

    Meant to say so not ask. Sorry guys.

  • Kannon81

    Ask Ambrose is getting “burried” before even coming up to the main roster?

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