The Punk documentary was amazing. Just finished watching it. It was really great to see an insight into his upbringing, him getting into wrestling, his rise up through the promotions, getting to the WWE, and becoming a big star in the WWE. I was only really familiar with Punk's WWE work, so I found the first half of the documentary that focused on his journey through all the promotions, his friendships made with wrestlers like Colt Cabana, his memorable matches, promos and feuds, and his hardships along the way was really interesting. His relationship with Heyman was also very interesting, and who knows where Punk would be now if he didn't have that backing from Heyman early on in his career. I've only really been a Punk fan since around 2009 when he had his feud with Jeff Hardy, his character really won me over then and I've been a fan of his ever since for it. I loved his time in The Straight Edge Society, he should of been a World Champion in that stable imo. And ever since his shoot last year (which was awesome that they included in full in the DVD) I've become a even bigger fan of his. So because I haven't been a fan of his along as some others, it was good to see some of his work that I never saw before (his pre-WWE days) and it was good to relive his moments from when I didn't really have an opinion of the guy (2006-2009). I've gained more of an understanding of Punk and I now have much more respect for the guy after watching this DVD and I highly recommend for any wrestling fans in general, regardless if you're a Punk fan or not.
A big thanks to Arnold Tricky for that link.