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Monday, October 3, 2011

CM PUNK BEST IN THE WORLD.



aku minat cm punk sebab dia straight edge..kot..tak hisap rokok tak minum benda yang ber-alkohol..lagi satu dia ni pulak voice from the voiceless..cakap main langgar je..main kutuk je company tempat dia keje (wwe) dia cakap itu la ini la tapi benda tu semua la jadikan dia semakin menonjol,suka timbulkan konspirasi,haha..terbaik doh..then biography yang kat bawah ni aku copy kat website mana ntah..hahaha..aku tau salah copyright hak orang tapi aku malas nak mengarang,maksud aku menaip la..hee..baca la kalau korang paham,taknak baca ye dah..

Phillip Jack "Phil" Brooks(born October 26, 1978),better known by his ring name CM Punk, is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE and working on its Raw brand.
In professional wrestling, Punk is a six-time world champion having won the ROH World Championship, ECW Championship, and WWE Championship each once, and the World Heavyweight Championship three times, making him the second wrestler (after Kane) to have held all three of WWE's World titles.
In addition to these championships, Punk has also won the World Tag Team Championship (with Kofi Kingston), and the WWE Intercontinental Championship making him the nineteenth WWE Triple Crown Champion. Between WWE and ROH (where he is also a two time tag team champion), Punk has won a total of ten championships. He was also the winner of the 2008 and 2009 Money in the Bank ladder matches, the only Superstar to win the match twice in a row.
Punk initially came to prominence through his career on the professional wrestling independent circuit, primarily as a member of the Ring of Honor (ROH) roster, where he won the ROH Tag Team Championship, ROH World Championship, and was the first head trainer of the ROH wrestling school. In 2005, Punk signed a contract with WWE and was sent to its developmental promotion, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), where he won every championship available in the promotion.
Throughout his career, Punk has consistently used the gimmick of being straight edge, a lifestyle he follows in his actual day-to-day life.Depending on Punk's alignment as a crowd favorite or villain, he emphasizes different aspects of the culture to encourage the desired audience reaction.

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- CM Punk had his proper professional debut in 1999, for Steel Domain Wrestling, an offshoot of the training school and this is where he developed a strong friendship with Scott “Colt Cabana” Coltman, aka Scotty Goldman. He would wrestle small Indys, often facing different combinations of his mentors and training partners, which led to his first real gimmick as part of the Goonies or the Good Squad depending on who you ask, which was a faction of rookies that wore stained jeans, scraggy vests and ladies tights over their heads. (It seems everyone had at least one bad gimmick). He soon surpassed that stable and started an early heel rendition of his straight edge gimmick, where he acted better than everyone else because he was clean (he’d use this numerous times through his career with great success, to the point of fans throwing beer at him). He soon became a standout in St. Paul Championship Wrestling and Mid-American Wrestling, having an early feud with future NWA Champion Adam Pearce. He eventually lost a loser leaves town match to Pearce in MAW, but returned a year later to win the heavyweight title. Simultaneously he emerged in IWA: Mid-South where he really began to shine as a solid Indy worker and it was around this time he was also involved in a brief stable/click with other Steel Domain graduates Colt Cabana, Chuckie Smoothe, rival Adam Pearce and manager Dave Prazak, called the Gold Bond Mafia, which was named after the Gold Bond pain relief Powder commonly used by the wrestlers.

- IWA:MS quickly became CM Punk’s home and is often looked back on as where his character we see today started to develop. He worked his way up the ranks through 2000 and 2001, winning the Light Heavyweight title on June 9, 2001 from Mark Wolf. Just a few months later he hit the main event ranks of the promotion and beat Chris Hero for the Heavyweight title. The pair had what was considered a standout feud on the Indy level, wrestling an hour long TLC match and an incredible 93 minute 2 out of 3 falls match respectively. He also had several matches with friend Colt Cabana. Punk began to develop some great promo talent during this run.

- A match CM Punk will never forget came when he crossed paths with the late legendary Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio in March 2002, who were both tearing up the Indy scene on road to the WWE – Eddie looking to re-sign after drug problems and Rey still trying to get signed after WCW went under. The trio had a great Triple Threat match which saw Eddie win CM Punk’s IWA:MS Heavyweight title. Punk would win it back a day later as Eddie couldn’t be a main stay in the promotion. He would become a 4 time champion during this run and would win it for a fifth time later in his career.

- CM Punk really began to reach the top echelons of independent wrestling when he moved up to the two second tier promotions in the US, ROH and TNA. TNA of which had at the time a nationally carried weekly Wednesday Night PPV and ROH which had the widest distribution of wrestling DVDs outside of the WWE. At the time TNA had yet to reach its current status and therefore there was no problem with Punk working for both promotions. Around this time in May, 2003 he also wrestled dark matches for WWE Raw, beating Khalsha Singh and Smackdown in a tag match losing to the legendary Road Warriors, although nothing came of them and he began working consistently for ROH and TNA as he had planned.

He made his ROH start by feuding with Raven and winning a contract match over Colt Cabana. He faced Raven in various hardcore style matches including a bloody dog collar match. Ironically he was partnered with Raven not long in to his TNA run as part of the Gathering. This stable consisted of Raven, CM Punk, Julio Dinero and Alexis Laree (aka Mickie James) and the group feuded with Shane Douglas and the Disciples of the New Church, managed by James Mitchell. Again he took part in several hardcore style matches, again including a dog collar match and after one PPV he was left hanging by chains with other Gathering members from the Asylum rafters.

After Punk and Dinero were booked to turn on Raven and become a top heel tag team TNA lost faith in the pair and didn’t think they had heat as heels. It didn’t help when he got in to a legitimate fight with Teddy Hart outside of a restaurant, that had to be broken up by Sabu. CM Punk officially left TNA in March 2004 and wrestled in a high position for ROH where his success skyrocketed. It was at this time TNA were preventing its wrestlers from working for ROH and with no push in sight Punk made the jump.

- Over the rest of 2004 and in to 2005 CM Punk wrestled some of the best matches of his career, working for ROH, PWG, IWA:MS and IWC among others. He partnered with his old pal Colt Cabana (as the Second City Saints) to pick up the ROH Tag Team titles from the Briscoe Brothers on two occasions, the second losing and winning them back in one Round Robin tournament.

The defining moment of his ROH run came when he fought in a highly acclaimed best of 3 series with future TNA Heavyweight champion Samoa Joe. The two wrestled twice to 60 minute time limit draws until Joe beat Punk in the third match with no time limit as a stipulation. The second bout was universally hailed as a 5 star match among those that like to rate wrestling on the star scale.

After a solid tag team run in ROH, on October 23, 2004, CM Punk went home and defeated A.J. Styles to win the IWA-Mid South Heavyweight Championship for the fifth and final time, losing it to Danny Daniels on February 4th, 2005.

- 2005 was the year CM Punk began to get mainstream exposure and attention, gaining several more WWE dark matches, tryouts and TV matches against the likes of Maven and Simon Dean, The Amazing Red (who never got signed), Val Venis, Matt Capottelli, Scotty Too Hotty and Cade and Murdoch. He impressed WWE management and was ultimately given a development contract with OVW.

He continued to work ROH matches even after it was announced in June that he had been offered a deal with WWE. In fact on June 18th, 2005 he defeated Austin Aries for the ROH World title and turned heel, teasing how he was going to take the ROH title to WWE and actually signed his WWE development contract on top of the belt, which pissed off the fans. Mick Foley was making appearances with ROH at the time and cut several promos trying to convince CM Punk to do what was right and defend the title before he left the company and in the end he lost the belt to James Gibson (aka Jamie Noble) in a four corner elimination match consisting of himself, Gibson, Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniels. He turned face again over the course of the match and was given the Japanese style of appreciation with streamers, whilst crying in the ring. His final night with ROH saw him fight an emotional match with long time friend Colt Cabana. The big time was calling…

- CM Punk immediately impressed and rubbed people the wrong way, as is often the case. Some get him and others don’t. Despite having a few haters and busting his ear drum just two weeks in Punk managed to capture the the OVW Television Championship on November 9th, from Ken Doan. He developed his style and kept the title until January 4th, 2006 when he lost to Aaron Stevens, ultimately leading him to the main event where he eventually defeated Brent Albright for the OVW Heavyweight title, during a feud that lasted his whole stay in development.

In the Summer he’d debut on the new ECW whilst still defending the OVW title and later winning the OVW tag titles with Seth Skyfire. He’d lose them both further down the line and focus on his main roster career.

- CM Punk made several house show appearances for the ECW brand and dark matches before the TV broadcasts, before appearing in several vignettes and taped segments where he proclaimed his “tattoos are declarations, not decorations” and reprized a lighter version of his Straight Edge gimmick that he perfected in ROH and the Indys. On his August 1st, debut TV match he beat Justin Credible and went on to have a solid 5 month undefeated streak before losing to Hardcore Holly on January 9th, 2007. Ironically he became a breakout star after this loss and pretty much stayed at the top of the ECW roster until he cashed in the Money in the Bank in 2008.

He was entered in to the 2007 Royal Rumble and qualified for the Wrestlemania 23 Money in the Bank Ladder match by beating John Morrison (he lost this first year). During this time he was part of the New Breed, ECW Original storyline, turning on the New Breed and aligning himself briefly with the ECW Originals. He then later feuded with John Morrison for the ECW title, only beating him when Morrison was suspended in the Signature Pharmacy Scandal. He won the match and became ECW Champion on September 4, 2007 on an episode of ECW on Sci-Fi, going on to make several defenses against the top ECW talent.

On the January 22nd, 2008 edition of ECW CM Punk lost the title to Chavo Guerrero as part of a feud that saw Chavo end up in the water of the Gulf of Mexico. Despite this Punk went on to better things, winning the Money in the Bank Ladder match at Wrestlemania 24. Next came a quiet period where many questioned if Punk would even cash in the briefcase for a major title, seemingly positioned in the WWE “doghouse,” an continually jobbed out to other wrestlers.

- Things soon perked up as after losing the 2008 King of the Ring Final on Raw to William Regal, CM Punk became a regular wrestler on the A brand, following the Draft lottery. Just one week later, in what was an extremely shocking moment and ratings boost, he gave Edge a taste of his own medicine and won the World Heavyweight Title, after cashing in the briefcase on a beaten down Edge at the hands of Batista. Continuing the surprises, Punk defended the belt successfully at the end of the show against JBL.

WWE played in to the critics who called CM Punk a transitional champion and never imagined he’d hold the title for as long as he did by telling the story that he kept winning by flukes and needed to prove he was worthy each time he went out there.

- At the Unforgiven PPV, CM Punk who was set to defend the title in a Championship Scramble match was beaten up by the faction of Ted DiBiase, Cody Rhodes and Manu and got punted in the head by Orton, taking him out of the contest. Chris Jericho replaced him and went on to win the title, successfully defending it against Punk in a Cage match on Raw. Punk was then moved in to the tag team ranks with Kofi Kingston as they battled the faction that took him out.

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