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Chris Jericho Responds To CM Punk’s Weekend Insult, WWE Announces Another New Show For The WWE Network

November 1, 2011   ·   0 Comments

CM Punk appeared at the Ringsidefest collectibles event in New York City over the weekend and took a shot at former WWE star Chris Jericho.

Punk was introduced as “the best in the world at what he does” – to which he clarified, he’s the best wrestler the world, but Jericho is the best in the world at what he does – which is, dancing with celebrities.

Chris Jericho has responded to Punk’s comment, tweeting the following on Monday afternoon::

“What’s worse…Dancing With Celebrities or Playing With Muppets?”

WWE announced yet another new show that’s planned for the upcoming WWE Network – a daily live studio show that sounds similar to ESPN Sports Center.

Here’s the official announcement – along with 5 potential names for the show, which WWE is polling fans about.

“In 2012, WWE Network’s new daily live studio show will connect you to the Superstars like never before. Tune in to score breaking news, exclusive match analyses, topics of the day, interviews, highlights, and commentaries, then go online and on-air to voice your opinion live with our show hosts and daily guest stars, including WWE Superstars like John Cena, Randy Orton, Kelly Kelly, Sheamus, Rey Mysterio, the Miz and more!”

You can vote here on which of the following names you think best suits the show:

* WWE Power Center

* WWE Action Center

* WWE Event Center

* WWE Live Event Center

* WWE InterAction Center

Horror movie website Bloody-Disgusting.com is reporting that former WWE wrestler Dave Batista has been offered a role in the upcoming Universal Pictures film Riddick, starring Vin Diesel.

Directed by franchise creator David Twohy, Riddick will be the third installment of the Pitch Black / Chronicles of Riddick series. Aside from Vin Diesel and Karl Urban, other rumored cast members include Andreas Apergis, Katee Sackhoff (White Noise 2: The Light, Growl, The Haunting in Georgia) and Bokeem Woodbine (Total Recall, Devil).

It’s worth noting that TMZ.com reported last week that production on the latest Riddck has been shut down due to Vin Diesel’s One Race Films production company failing to pay the owners of the Montreal studio where the movie is being shot, as well as members of the crew.


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