How frequent will we have to see CM Punk

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  1. BigAggie

    BigAggie Blue Belt

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    Every PPV? Every UFC event?

    I'm kinda tired of seeing this guy on every ufc telecast.
    No issues with him whatsoever but leave the analyzing to the pros
    On a sidenote Dom has improved tremendously and is starting to make a name for himself. Would personally like to see him replace KFLO

    Appreciate your feedback
     
  2. estranged

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    they are milking every oz of it
     
  3. DaleCaliente

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    *frequently
     
  4. kurtwpg

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    Judging by how the drunks behind me went nuts, a lot.
     
  5. capnlarge

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    CM Punk was at just about every event before he was signed lol.
     
  6. McSpikes

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    He isn't even going to have a chance to train properly with all the media appearances, they might as well just hired him on to be an analyst/ hype guy.
     
  7. jester2trife

    jester2trife Blue Belt

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    Until the numbers and overall popularity start trending in the right direction, get ready to see Punk and Rousey constantly in the public eye...
     
  8. Hugo Drax

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    They pan to him for that cheap pop when the crowd is bored. He's like the Mick Foley of the UFC.
     
  9. thomm030

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    Who cares it's about the fights. If he should "suck" he'll be out soon enough. Bite trough the sour apple.
     
  10. basedworld

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    His end goal is commentator and i think its UFCs goal as well

    If he at least puts up a solid effort and loses both fights he will get that position
     
  11. bad seed

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    and people complain about too much airtime for Conor...
     
  12. WrestlersRule25

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    How though his personality is as dry as sawdust.
     
  13. punky brewster

    punky brewster Red Belt

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    Dom is a good commentator but I heard he has started a new career.

    He is a professional critic/blogger of emergency rooms, Orthopedists, and physical therapists in the southern California area. He has some really interesting reviews on Yelp, you should check it out.
     
  14. Fro

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    That'd be my guess as well, he was outstanding as a color commentator for pro-wrestling.
     
  15. MaveDeltzer

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    Yep, he'll have a few fights then probably take Rogan's spot.
     
  16. Hugo Drax

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    Hardly anyone takes Rogan seriously these days but if CM Punk loses his 2 or 3 fights and then is placed as a commentator who really is gonna listen to what he has to say? People are gonna look at him like a failed motherfucker and wonder why he is providing color for the fights.
     
  17. punky brewster

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    That's not how it works, man!
     
  18. Happiness

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    Punks actually really good as a color guy. I like this theory.
     
  19. Magooglie

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    He's more famous than Connor, so more than Connor.
     
  20. Yari

    Yari ななせまる

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    Give the guy a break. He did a Q&A prior to the event. It only makes sense he was going to be in attendance as well. I'm sure he'll be gone for a bit again now as he will start training on Monday.
     

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