10 Wrestlers That Couldn't Hide How Much They Hated Their Jobs

9. CM Punk (December 9th 2013)

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Can "hate" really be applied to the sight of a man p*ssing himself at how stupid something was? Yes, when the gift of hindsight reminds us that he was through with the entire company just one month later.

A legendarily awful segment during a time WWE was so disconnected from its hardcores that Triple H had to retreat to NXT to try and recover it, the go-home build to - sigh - John Cena Vs Randy Orton at December 2013's TLC pay-per-view was a - bigger sigh - "Championship Ascension Ceremony that - biggest sigh yet - ignored relentless chants for Daniel Bryan to try and focus the story around just who's side The Authority was on.

It took a load of drab dialogue to get to a pull-apart that saw Punk and Bryan exchange blows with Orton, Shawn Michaels and 'The Game' himself. Before the inevitable skirmish, the scene was stolen by an audience in love with the 'Yes Man' a completely disinterested 'Voice Of The Voiceless' literally laughing off the supposed sincerity of a moment WWE's limp storytelling simply didn't deserve.


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