CM Punk stirs the pot at the WrestleMania press conference

CM Punk was certainly stirring the pot last night at the WrestleMania press conference and at one point he told the crowd that Cody should punch Rock in the face as Rock was on stage and definitely took notice of what was being said.

“Cody’s way too diplomatic. Somebody slaps you, you gotta bust them back in the mouth, that’s what I would have done,” Punk said while on the panel as Rock and Roman were on stage looking. “I wanna see Cody punch Rock right in the face. Who wants to see Cody punch Rock in the face?” Punk asked the crowd.

Punk added that he’d be ripping eyeballs even if he had one arm if somebody slapped him in the face.

Pat McAfee brought up the fact that now The Rock sits on the board of the TKO Board of Directors and Punk said he’d fight right back regardless.

“So Cody got slapped by his boss. His boss put his hands on him,” Punk continued. “I’m throwing hands, yeah, I’m whipping everybody, I don’t care who it is.”

At the beginning of the show, Punk said he’s ready to piss some people off and while his arm doesn’t work, his mouth still can go!

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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