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WWE: CM Punk attacked by LA Kings mascot during interview

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CM Punk has been dominating the headlines this week following his tell-all interview with friend Colt Cobana in which he gave his side of the story behind his WWE exit.

While the wrestling community continues to dissect his two-hour long interview, pouring over every word and every accusation, the now former WWE Superstar seems to have moved on pretty quickly - heading to an NHL game to support his beloved Chicago Blackhawks.

Into the Lion's den

In attending the Blackhaws' weekend encounter with the Los Angeles Kings CM Punk renewed his rivalry with the LA franchise's mascot - Bailey the Lion.

Talking to a Kings TV presenter in a piece to camera, CM Punk begins the interview by playing the heel role he knew so well in the WWE.

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Out of nowhere

The wrestler is interrupted from his rant against the Kings players and fans though by Bailey the mascot who employs some wrestling moves of his own against Punk in a funny segment that was played out on the jumbotron and is now set for viral stardom.

Punk and the Kings mascot have had a long running 'feud' dating back to the NHL playoffs of a few seasons ago when the Blackhawks and Kings clashed.

It looks like Bailey has the upper hand just now though after his surprise attack on CM Punk. As you might expect though the former WWE star is not letting things lie.

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