MMA Trained Johnny Bananas Wild Altercation With CM Punk On The Challenge

    

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On a recent episode of MTV’s popular reality game show “The Challenge”, UFC and WWE Superstar CM Punk fails horribly in a race versus the reality tv stars. Former Real World star Johnny Bananas decides to use this failed performance as an opportunity to bully the UFC fighter and calls him out about his loss to Mickey Gall.

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Phillip Jack Brooks[4] (born October 26, 1978), better known by the ring name CM Punk, is an American mixed martial artist, comic book writer, and retired professional wrestler, currently signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He is best known for his time in WWE, where he was a two-time WWE Champion, including a 434-day reign from November 20, 2011, to January 27, 2013, that is recognized by WWE as the sixth longest of all-time,[5] as well as the longest of the “modern era”.

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Brooks began his professional wrestling career on the American independent circuit, primarily with Ring of Honor (ROH) until 2005 when he signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Throughout his career, he won several championships including the WWE Championship twice, WWE’s World Heavyweight Championship three times, and the ECW and ROH World Championships once each. In WWE, he was also a one-time World Tag Team Champion (with Kofi Kingston), and one-time Intercontinental Champion, making him the 19th WWE Triple Crown Champion and the fastest man in WWE history to achieve this feat, doing so in 203 days.[6] In addition, he was the 2011 WWE Superstar of the Year and the first two-time Money in the Bank winner.

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Throughout his career, Punk consistently portrayed the character of an outspoken, sharp-tongued, anti-establishment, straight edge iconoclast. Most of the straight edge principles he portrayed, such as not drinking alcohol or not taking recreational drugs, are his real life views.[7] Depending on his alignment as a hero or villain, he emphasized different aspects of the straight edge culture to garner the desired audience reaction. After retiring from professional wrestling in 2014, Punk pursued a career in mixed martial arts and was signed by the UFC in December of that year. His first professional fight took place on September 10, 2016, at UFC 203 against Mickey Gall, where he lost via submission in the first round.

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Brooks’ first venture into wrestling was a stint in a backyard wrestling federation called the Lunatic Wrestling Federation with his friends and brother Mike Brooks in the mid-late 1990s. He first started using the ring name CM Punk when he was put into a tag team named The Chick Magnets with CM Venom after another performer skipped out on the card.[7][11][12] Unlike his friends, Punk genuinely wanted to be a wrestler and saw it as more than simple fun.[7] When the promotion started taking off, doing shows out of a warehouse in Mokena, Illinois, Punk found out that his brother Mike had embezzled thousands of dollars from the small company, causing them to become estranged. They have not spoken since.

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