Justin Barr



Nothing, absolutely nothing. Neither man has anything to prove to anyone, so why the feud?. What does Punk get out of beating up a old man other than becoming more of a heel. What does Jerry get out of jobbing to Punk?.

See this type of stuff makes absolutely no sense to me whatsoever. Punk has beaten numerous superstars on different occasions, some were the same opponent over and over again but he still beat them. He is one of the longest reigning champions, why does he need to beat Jerry to prove that?.

Jerry should stay in his seat, that's his job. He can't put someone over that is already as over as CM Punk. Everyone knows what is gonna happen, its right there in plain sight. We all know Jerry is never going to win a match against the champ, and if so, it will only be because he had help from Cena or others.

Storylines like this, in my opinion, are a massive waste of time. Time that could be used to develop other storylines or strengthen other feuds or put over more talent. So many things can happen with this time, but yet it is wasted horribly.

Punk doesn't need a storyline like this to feed his ego. He has the long reign for that. I would rather much have this time used for building up The Rock vs Punk match that will happen. Or anything else, doesn't have to specifically be that. That roster is full of talent just waiting to be used, throw them at Punk, not Lawler.

Its ok every now and then for a superstar to pick on an announcer. But to make a full blooded feud out of it, is just beyond me.I don't know about you guys, but I'm sick of the same old storyline with Lawler and these wrestlers. I mean aren't you? Let announcers be announcers and wrestlers be wrestlers and leave it at that.

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whuuuuut wooooooooow
You said it in your first paragraph. It gets him heat. He just needed that little something to complete his turn, to make sure all the fans boo him, and beating up the beloved announcer does it all the time.
  • August 30, 2012
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Angela Arnold
Yeah I understand that, but after thats done whats next? cole? matthews? striker? leave them alone lol
  • August 30, 2012
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Joe Statford
I agree. beating up announcers should be a special occasion thing. Just for kicks, not for feuds.
  • August 30, 2012
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Josh Dansen
Yes! finally someone who agrees that announcers should be left out of shit, I also agree with Joe.
  • August 30, 2012
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Krislyn Kai
I agree with you all lol.
  • August 30, 2012
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Dee Thomas
They could have gotten him heat by attacking Mysterio, Sheamus, or even Sin Cara. Lawler wasn't needed. Like Angela said, leave the announcers alone
  • August 31, 2012
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relent
It gives him heat which is the entire point. What does the Brock and the HHH feud do for either guy, what does any feud Cena is in do for him? Nothing but they are a good way to keep the fans entertained.
  • August 31, 2012
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whuuuuut wooooooooow
I wouldn't call it a feud anyway. It was just one match and it's probably done. Plus, beating up a wrestler and beating up and old man doesn't give the same amount of heat, and with punk's popularity, he needed a whole lot of heat.
  • August 31, 2012
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Angela Arnold
IMO whut wow and relent, attacking lawler isn't the way, maybe JR since everyone loves him but to me, no one really cares that much about King. And yes relent brock did gain something. He beat HHH adding to his so called unstoppable force crap. So saying that he didn't is a understatement. HHH didn'...
  • August 31, 2012
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relent
Agree to disagree with the HHH/Brock feud. Back on point you have to recognize that this past Monday Punk had more heat than any other appearances since the heel turn.
  • August 31, 2012
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Angela Arnold
I understand that, but I would have liked it to be someone different. I know theres not much you can do with a PG program, but come on, the same on material WWE?. I guess when guys like Orton and Sheamus finally turn heel King and Cole will be next on their list as well.
  • August 31, 2012
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Ryan Montgomery
Its mainly to get him more heat..up til last week punk wasnt geeting the boos and heat they wanted, till he beat king. for some its not like they have a good face that punk can take out and get heat..the biggest face is cena, which everyone wouldnt care if punk takes out...also its prolly to play in...
  • August 31, 2012
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Angela Arnold
You guys aren't understanding my question lol. I understand it's for heat, I mentioned that in like the third sentence I think. I'm asking OTHER than that what can both men look back on and say they gained from this when the feud or whatever it is, is over and done with. Like for example, in Relent'...
  • September 1, 2012
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Ryan Montgomery
there isnt anything either can gain, unless lawler actually beat punk...other then that its just filler till the next week where theres repercussions
  • September 1, 2012
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Angela Arnold
Exactly! and that was my point the entire time lol. Nothing can be gained and its a waste of time. It could have been a little backstage segment or something, but it didnt have to be an entire match.
  • September 1, 2012
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