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WWE move to erase CM Punk's legacy

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The WWE have informed Paper Cutz comic producers that they are to remove CM Punk from any future re-prints of the works including him. Issues in the past have been centred around different WWE stars and their storylines, but the organisation has made it abundantly clear, according to sources in the U.S, that they no longer want Punk in circulation. In football Steven Gerrard began what’s sure to be a long farewell by rescuing Liverpool from a potential banana skin in AFC Wimbledon. The Reds took on their lowly opposition in the F.A Cup last night but it took a double from their Captain Fantastic to ensure that Brendan Rodgers was spared his blushes and the team progressed as expected. Finally, in boxing talks are trundling along at an acceptable pace concerning the super-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, according to promoter Bob Arum. Both boxers have declared publicly that they aim to meet in the ring in 2015, though there’s plenty of details needed to be thrashed

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Boxing
WWE
CM Punk
Football
Steven Gerrard
Floyd Mayweather

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