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For the first time ever, experience the rise of CM Punk with CM Punk: Best in the World! From his early days in the Indy circuit to his explosive transformation into the most unabashed, outspoken champion in WWE history, this two-hour documentary traces the life of CM Punk through exclusive NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN footage. Fellow WWE Superstars, close friends and the Voice of the Voiceless himself give you unprecedented access to his revolutionary life. Find out what inspires his blistering pipe-bomb rants, why he is straight-edge, and much more! Written by
So there are about 50 DVD's about John Cena, Triple H, Undertaker, Steve Austin and Dwayne "the rock" Johnson. i have watched everyone single one of them and have realised that all these wrestlers had a passion but instead decided to do professional wrestling. in Johnson case acting was better than wrestling that why he left. However the cm punk story and DVD was so different comparing to other wrestlers. it was moving and heart warming to see a young man with such huge passion and desire for wrestling and with everything that he went through in life up until his WWE debut manage to create a big name for himself. The documentary shows how cm punk made it into wrestling and that he was always a fan and not just in the business for the money. i strongly encourage fans to watch this as it is very well documented. 9/10
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