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AJ Lee Testifies In Day 5 of Punk/Cabana-Amann Libel Trial

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Them doing all this mess 4 days before of his fight, WWE stay having a kii with their timings, the man looks fucking TIRED,

AJ really about to me a black widow :uhh: 

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Jury done deliberating, verdict incoming...

 

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Punk and Cabana win. :clap: 

 

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From the notes, it seemed like Punk and Colt's respective defenses did a good job in making them seem personable and identifiable, which was impossible on Amann's end since he was seeking a dollar for every person who allegedly watched the podcast online (3.4 mil) from both parties and his main source of 'emotional damages' was him having a bad Thanksgiving. :rot: The part about WWE not telling him to sue and him doing it on his own was also bullshit, since they literally posted 'evidence' in support of him online and let him look like Boo Boo the fool in the process. You can't let that kind of stuff be said about your personnel and not try to cover your losses. Granted, it's pretty far removed from the actual incident that I doubt it will interrupt their business dealings too much.

Punk definitely exaggerated to an extent and obviously didn't go about treating his medical problems the right way at the time, but it ultimately wasn't enough for him to pay $3.4M to this clown. :skull: Think he'll end up losing on Saturday and do All In in September. It looks like he and Cabana may reconcile, too. :crying: 

 

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Awww, happy for them. I felt like had they lost, the weirdo wrestling fans would have felt validated in their opinion that Punk was a traitor who whined and walked out, while AJ ran to follow (even though everything they've preached has been what fans complain about for years). This trial is just one piece of evidence that that was not the case :clap: 

Screaming at the pic tho @Slayla :rot: 

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talent won

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So, they gonna get a lot of C M Punk chants at MitB?

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They really won good for them. 

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Obviously I'm late to this, but this the kind of drama I live for :shook: Courtroom mudslinging? AJ testifying? Receipts? Scandal? 

This better be a part of Crazy Is My Superpower Season 2 :brandon:

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