By – MATTHEW RYDER – JUNE 9, 2018
Like it or not, we all came to see him do it again.
CM Punk, that is.
We came to see him cast off the shackles of scripted combat for a second time, following up on his exit from professional wrestling and 2016 MMA debut—a loss, and a memorable one at that—in a hometown tilt against Mike “The Truth” Jackson.
And didn’t he go out there and give us exactly what we expected.
Kicking off the pay-per-view portion of UFC 225 in Chicago, Punk took to the cage and dropped to 0-2 in his new career. He was game, incredibly so in fact, but he was simply inadequate … Read the Full Story HERE