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Backstage Talk on CM Punk's Status, Update on Rock & Brock at Extreme Rules, Bruno's Movie
By Marc Middleton
Mar 28, 2013 - 4:23:06 AM

- The folks at WWE Studios continue to talk with the ones behind the Bruno Sammartino movie regarding funding and producing.

- There continues to be suspicion within WWE on CM Punk's status. Some believe he's hurt worse than anyone is letting on because everyone asked is denying any injury. There are reports of this having to do with creative frustration or burnout and more nagging minor injuries than a major injury.

- WWE is booking both The Rock and Brock Lesnar for the Extreme Rules pay-per-view because CM Punk will likely be missing the event. There are incorrect reports going around that Rock vs. Brock is scheduled to main event Extreme Rules. Both will be there but there's no word yet on who they will be wrestling.

More Big News on Plans for Rock vs. Brock, Busty Torrie Wilson Photos, More

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter


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