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Is CM Punk too big to wrestle regularly on Smackdown! ever again?

You know the same way guys like Cena and Brock are.It seems he's reached that stage I don't think we'll ever see him as a regular competitor on the blue brand ever again,anyone agree?





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Re: Is CM Punk too big to wrestle regularly on Smackdown! ever again?

As of now-No
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yes he is too big for smackdown on a regular basis and he if he does compete there it will get special advertised.
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I dont think so, he should be, for what ever reasons he is not, but i dont know why.

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Re: Is CM Punk too big to wrestle regularly on Smackdown! ever again?

Not too big to wrestle, probably too big to wrestle every week plus the WHC needs the main event time there anyway and there isn't enough time to have Punk and the WWE title appearing regularly and taking time away from the WHC while also dragging out whatever story they've got going on with Punk etc.

He still does it as a special attraction or whatever now I'm pretty sure.
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Re: Is CM Punk too big to wrestle regularly on Smackdown! ever again?

Brock won't be on Smackdown cause he's part time on a multi million pound deal with limited appearances. Why waste him on the blue brand?

I expect we'll see John Cena wrestling on smackdown. but he'll most likely be opn RAW predominantly.

Talking about wrestling on smackdown to trya dn establish how big a star Punk is?!? I don't get the logic quite frankly.
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he is too small for the wwe

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If he comes it should be just to hold the WHC and return to RAW after he loses it.

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You know the same way guys like Cena and Brock are.It seems he's reached that stage I don't think we'll ever see him as a regular competitor on the blue brand ever again,anyone agree?
I don't think so. CM Punk is the perfect guy to move to Smackdown and build it up again after Wrestlemania I think.

I think his run with the Raw title is done for now, so I would be interested if he moved to Smackdown for the most part. He can still be on both shows, but if WWE wanted to put more effort and build into Smackdown they could do a lot worse than building it around Punk, with the inclusion of The Shield/Cesaro/Barret/Bryan, leaving Cena/Ryback/Brock/Rock for Raw.

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Punk still has a lot of options left on Raw as in his current heel run he has only feuded with Cena, Ryback and Rock. Cena should get the win from Rock at Main hold the title for about 4 months then move to SD to help their ratings, viewship, etc.

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