CM Punk’s Coincidental Love Life

CM Punk with Two WWE Divas

In 2001, a young fan who would later go on to become WWE Superstar AJ Lee had the honor and privilege of meeting now-WWE Hall of Famer Lita. In 2012, Lita would begin dating former WWE Superstar CM Punk. Eventually, they would break up and CM Punk would go on to date AJ Lee and the two would end up marrying one another. They are still married to this day. First, CM Punk was with Lita and then Punk would go on to marry the very woman who met Lita as a young fan. This begs the question, was this just a big coincidence or was this destiny? You be the judge.

WWE Hall of Famers Who Are Worthy of Having a Statue

Andre the Giant Statue Bruno Sammartino Statue 2 Ultimate Warrior Statue

Dusty Rhodes Statue

Ric Flair Statue

WWE has made life-size statues of WWE Hall of Famers Andre the Giant, Bruno Sammartino, The Ultimate Warrior, Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair because of the significant impact they have made in the wrestling world. All statues are now displayed at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, CT. Below are a list of WWE Hall of Famers that I feel have also made a significant impact in the wrestling world and are also worthy of having a statue.


Hulk Hogan


Bret “The Hitman” Hart


“Macho Man” Randy Savage


Shawn Michaels


“Stone Cold” Steve Austin

The Women Who Truly Started the Divas Revolution

Trish Stratus & Lita

There has been much debate about which divas were the ones that started the Divas Revolution. Was it Team Bella (The Bella Twins (Nikki & Brie) & Alicia Fox), Team B.A.D. (Naomi, Tamina & Sasha Banks) or the recently-imploded Team PCB (Paige, current WWE Divas Champion Charlotte & Becky Lynch)? The answer to that is none of the above. While the term “Divas Revolution” was not officially coined until this year, the Divas Revolution was started way before the term existed. WWE Hall of Fame women like Alundra Blayze, The Fabulous Moolah, Lita, Mae Young, Sensational Sherri, Sunny, Trish Stratus and Wendi Richter are the ones who truly started the Divas Revolution because let’s face it, without these women, there would be no Divas Revolution.…