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CM Punk: WWE superstars 'got worked' by Conor McGregorCM Punk: WWE superstars 'got worked' by Conor McGregor
CM Punk may be a novice when it comes to mixed martial arts, but he knows as much about the professional wrestling business as anyone in the world.So when Conor McGregor recently went on a tirade against all of the WWE superstars, including direct shots at Brock Lesnar and John Cena, Punk couldn't help but shake his head when he saw the reaction from the pro wrestling community.As soon as McGregor dropped a message on Twitter saying that he'd "slap the head off" everyone on the roster, top performers like Roman Reigns and Sheamus immediately responded by firing back at the Irishman on social media.
Conor McGregor-Nate Diaz feud prior to UFC 202 feels like WWEConor McGregor-Nate Diaz feud prior to UFC 202 feels like WWE
LAS VEGAS -- The lines were blurred long before Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz turned their news conference into a water-bottle-throwing contest.The responses on social media after both fighters transformed the David Copperfield Theater at MGM Grand into a high school cafeteria only confirmed what many in attendance were thinking at the time.Is this the UFC, or the WWE?
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CM Punk says only few WWE stars are tough, shocked how they responded to Conor McGregorCM Punk says only few WWE stars are tough, shocked how they responded to Conor McGregor
UFC rookie CM Punk is getting closer to his MMA debut but he could not help himself react to Conor McGregor's comments about WWE superstars.In a recent interview, CM Punk said that his former co-workers "got worked" by McGregor and he thinks that only a few remaining wrestlers are really tough."I think the thing that shocked me the most about what Conor said was the number of people who work there who responded to him, who should know better.
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Conor McGregor: WWE superstars didn't know what to do when a 'real man' showed upConor McGregor: WWE superstars didn't know what to do when a 'real man' showed up
Conor McGregor may be focused on his rematch with Nate Diaz at UFC 202, but he's certainly having fun at the expense of the WWE and their superstars leading up to his fight on Saturday night.McGregor made a back handed comment directed at professional wrestlers during a media conference call a couple of weeks ago and then followed that up with a message on Twitter saying he would "slap the head off" the entire roster in a real fight.The situation exploded from there with a laundry list of top WWE performers firing back at McGregor on social media and he kept the game going with another tirade this time aimed at top superstar John Cena.