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Former WWE Star Calls Out CM Punk For MMA Bout

(CM Punk at UFC Press conference)

Former WWE Superstar Kid Kash recently spoke with MMA Fighting about the upcoming fight against Lindsey Jones at Valor Fights 38. Cash also gave his thought on CM Punk’s UFC debut in which he lost to Mickey Gall at UFC 203 in September via first round submission.

On wanting to fight CM Punk:

“Damn, he’s the same weight that I am. How bad would I love to knock his ass out? I’ve never liked him. I’ve known the guy for at least 15 years, probably, and he’s been such an arrogant asshole. He was handed so much sh*t. He never earned a f*cking thing.”

On Punk’s wrestling career:

“I lived it. I’m not like Punk, who before he was a wrestler he was a video-game enthusiast, trading cards and stuff like that. And then he gets into wrestling, knows the right people and gets a push just because he knows somebody.”

On Punk’s fight against Mickey Gall:

“I’m kind of amazed that he had the camp that he had for two years and went down that quick and with no defense whatsoever.”

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