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Stephanie McMahon Destroys CM Punk Fans in Chicago Last Night

Stephanie McMahon kicked off last night’s (Monday December 26, 2017) episode of WWE Monday Night RAW in Chicago, and it didn’t take long for the CM Punk chants to start up. In the midst of the chaos McMahon would proceed on with her promo, but not before taking a shot at Punk’s unsuccessful (to say the least) UFC debut this past September:

“If you could go ahead and keep that up for two minutes and 15 seconds you would last one second longer than Punk did.”

That has to sting. The ball is now in your court Mr. Punk……

  • Topcontenderpodcast

    TBH I don’t think the jab was bad. Stephanie was being a heel and doing what heels do. Also, with all the crap CM Punk was saying bout the company, we all knew this was coming. I think the jab was clever from whoever’s idea it was.

  • MindTricked

    Pretty sure she had that one cocked and ready to fire going in – it’s too on-the-nose to have been an ad-lib. It was effective, as I don’t recall hearing any CM Punk chants after that (not that I was paying 100% attention).

  • MindTricked

    Had to upvote you on that R-Truth quote 😀

  • Killswitch

    True, but it wasn’t called a “pipe bomb.”

  • Killswitch

    You know, joke’s on me. I didn’t notice the UFC reference. Haha, makes more sense now.

  • D2K

    Well, there had been plenty of “pipebombs” before Russo so……

  • MrDr3w

    She succeeded in her “weak” troll-job, did she not? Regardless of whether it was weak to you, the live crowd are it up. And the “pipebomb” speech was drawn from Vince Russo’s work back in WCW, just saying.

  • pitfallharry219

    She’s a heel. It’s her mission to get the very pro-Punk crowd to boo her.

  • Killswitch

    It was a weak shot, really. If the WWE is being honest with themselves, anyway. Several years of dedication, regardless of how that relationship ended, is what Punk left the company with. Or are we going to forget where we got “Paul Heyman Guy” and “Pipe Bomb” from? And that’s just a couple one-liners from his famous promo that they continue to draw inspiration from.