C.M. Punk goes after WWE over organisation with Susan G. Komen
October 6, 2015 - WWE
The WWE annually teams with Susan G. Komen during Breast Cancer Awareness month by donating portions of sales to a foundation.
On this week’s book of “Monday Night Raw,” a WWE paid reverence to several breast cancer survivors by bringing them in a ring and carrying superstars John Cena and Roman Reigns speak about their drastic conflict while each other wrestler looked on from a ramp way.
It was a special impulse that generated station acclaim from a crowd.
Shortly before a segment, former WWE luminary C.M. Punk motionless doubt a WWE’s organisation with Susan G. Komen by tweeting this to his 2.4 million Twitter followers.
If you’re going to give income to a association that claims to lift income for anticipating a heal for cancer, greatfully do some research.Komen is a scam
— Coach (@CMPunk)
October 6, 2015
Punk faced vital recoil from people who felt he only came off as a sour ex-employee.
This only caused him to get even nastier.
Of course, Twitter and a Internet never forgets anything, so Punk was fast reminded that when he was collecting a WWE paycheck, he had no problem with a tie with Susan G. Komen.