AJ Lee done with WWE after Survivor Series?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Sharpy Sandow, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. There have been rumors before that she would leave the company and it was totally believable almost every time..

    The newest rumors that have been coming out involving AJ Lee are that she is that after Survivor Series she has plans to leave the company.. none of this has been confirmed by any means..

    If AJ Lee drops the belt to Nikki at Survivor Series that would be a pretty strong indicator that the rumors might actually be true.. until then we can really only speculate and go off the rumors that are out there.

    Personally I don't really want to see her leave, I think she is a nice part of the Divas division, but some people do what they gotta do I suppose.

  2. WOW AJ LEE NOT IN THE WWE THIS IS GREAT lol hope it true
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  3. I don't, AJ is one of the only non Total Divas on the roster.. she is a pretty good in ring performer as well as the Diva's Division goes and has a pretty solid moveset.. If it happens the crowd will start cheering for both AJ and Punk to come back which could very well happen sometime next year at the same time.
  4. that true just my thought about her she is good i will say that she just needs to spend time with "punk" lol not the wwe
  5. With AJ gone, the divas division is gonna suck even more than it sucks right now. Not that I care about it. lol

    My guess is that she wants to leave to have kids with Punk, so it's alright.
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  6. Absolutely nobody needs to spend time with Punk.

    But on a serious note, AJ is one of the few talented Divas that they have so it would be a shame if she did leave. Personally I've found her to be stale for a while now, but hell, I'd take stale over zero skills at all.
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  7. well lets see what happens if she doesnt leave then ima feel like a Jack A** for saying shit about her lol
  8. This is reaching "Orton is turning heel in 2012!" levels of silliness. Stop reporting bullshit, dirtsh.... never mind
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  9. I see the staleness but I want your opinion on why you think she's becoming stale, then if it matches up or not I will tell you why I think she became a little stale.
  10. The 'crazy chick' thing is just tedious at best, especially when she still had the crazy label and acted like a normal person. Also, up until the Paige fiasco (I hate that garbage) WWE spent like a year having pretty much nobody even come close to being relevant or good enough to pose a threat to her.
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  11. Stop saying shit about her then. lol

    If she does end up leaving, then Paige is gonna be the only decent diva left in the division.

  12. There are a few decent wrestlers in the Divas division. Mic skills, hell no. Besides AJ, every one of them is terrible on the mic.
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  13. I could deal with Paige she is a great diva if Aj leaves then it would change the diva's talent in the wwe right?
  14. I'll take your word for it, 'cause I don't watch Divas Division anymore, so... Besides AJ and Paige, nobody else does it for me.

  15. Yeah, you probably should take the word of someone who actually watches the Divas matches. Paige's booking put me right off her. She is good in ring, but she shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a mic, she hasn't improved even slightly since her indy days.
  16. Okay so we have similar opinions on her so that's good.
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  17. Trust me, I used to watch the Divas matches, I was really into Paige/AJ feud, and then The Bella Twins got inolved and I was like 'Screw this, I ain't watchin' this crap no more' and I'm glad I have no regrets.
  18. AJ here is ur new job with ur Husband lol

    CM Punk is now a writer for marvel comics!by Alfonso "Fonzy" Ortiz on November 15, 2014 Twitter Google+
    Marvel Comics has recently acquired Pro Wrestler, Phil Brooks (CM Punk), as their newest addition to the team.

    In February, Phil Brooks teamed up with artist Rob Guillory and other creators to undertake the God of Thunder in, THOR ANNUAL #1! Here is an interview with Punk, in picking his brain for knowledge, credibility, and plans for Thor!

    The interview is as follows:

    Marvel.com: How did this project come together?
    CM Punk: I can’t remember, and I knew you were gonna ask me that. I’ve been thinking for the past two hours like, “How did this all come about?” I mean, you know I’ve been pestering people at Marvel. I think it might’ve been…well, I think I met you at San Diego Comic-Con 2011, something like that?

    Marvel.com: Yeah, a while ago.
    CM Punk: Yeah! And I wound up talking to [Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief] Axel Alonso and it was always kind of like, “Yeah, yeah. We’d love to have you do something! We’d love to have you do something.” And you know, I was always just so busy. I think I just pestered all the right people and the right things kind of popped up. How exactly it came up, I can’t really, exactly remember. I can’t remember who said, “Hey. Wanna do Thor?” You know what I mean? That pretty much blew my mind. I have to say, it’s been a long process.

    Marvel.com: Have you ever written a comic-style script before?
    CM Punk: No. No. [THOR ANNUAL editor Jon Moisan] forwarded me a bunch of scripts that I can look at, like specifically he’s sending me Thor books, and he sent me scripts for them so I can see how scripts can be broken down into the actual comic book form. He sent me normal ones and he sent me Marvel Method, so I’m, I guess, learning on the job, which is pretty exciting. I also think it’ll bring a different perspective to the way certain stories are told.

    Marvel.com: For sure! What did you think of the Marvel Method? Because Dan Slott writes in that way, which I always find fascinating and cool, and he’s been doing AMAZING SPIDER-MAN for so many years. It’s a totally different style.
    CM Punk: Yeah. I think Marvel Method might be easier to grasp if somebody’s never written a comic book before, so I’m kind of leaning towards that. I think it helps that I picked [an] artist who I was already friends with, and can speak freely to. I think he’ll get it, you know what I mean? I think the e-mails that we’ve sent back and forth now regarding the story, you could probably print. I just think they’re entertaining. “Hey, what if we do this?” and it turns into the next big e-mail chain. It’s hilarious.

    This is the first time Rob Guillory’s ever worked for Marvel, so I think that’s pretty exciting. And I think he wants to tackle certain things in a different, almost selfish way—kind of the same way I do, you know? Like, technically this is my first comic book writing assignment, and I’m writing Thor, which is pretty heavy. It’s not an independent. It’s not an offshoot story. I’m writing Thor, one of the Marvel heavy hitters. They make movies about him now, if you didn’t know. And I think we’re both almost looking at it like, “Man, if we never get another assignment from Marvel, then we have to write and/or draw as many Marvel characters as we possibly can!” And I think this kind of gives us the freedom. I think we’re kind of under-the-radar, and there’s not really a whole lot of pressure on us to deliver some sort of a magnum opus as a 10-page backup story in an annual, so I think we have a lot of freedom that could be really fun.

    Marvel.com: You’re buddies with THOR writer Jason Aaron, right?
    CM Punk: Yes.

    Marvel.com: Did that influence how you looked at the story and what you wanted to do in this project at all?
    CM Punk: It’s just exciting for me because I think as far as modern comics go, I think Jason Aaron’s definitely one of my favorites. I always cite him and Ed Brubaker as [suggestions] for people who say, “Oh, I don’t read comic books. What should I read?” Read these guys. Because the way they tackle the super hero stuff is excellent. And they also create their own stuff, which I think is excellent, too. It’s kind of the best of both worlds because you can see what they do with household names and all the other insane characters they come up with out of their own creations.

    But I think it helps me, just knowing him, and the degree of being comfortable with him and being able to e-mail him and say, “Hey, how ‘bout I do this?” And really, the only thing he said to me was, “I need a story about young Thor. Tell me what you think.” And the first idea that popped into my mind was the first thing I pitched to him, and he said he loved it, so we’re running with it.

    I read comic books in trade paperback, and that might wind up changing now that I’m a comic book author. That might kind of change the way I read things. I’ve been reading a lot of PDF stuff because Marvel’s been sending me stuff, but that’s more or less homework. I travel so much that single issue comic books never really held up, and I’d be able to have trade paperbacks in my bag, and it’s just easier to read. I haven’t gotten a chance to read the new THOR yet. Thor is a woman, it made national headlines, everyone’s mad about it without remembering Thor used to be a frog and Beta Ray Bill had the hammer and, you know, it’s kind of ridiculous that people get so mad about this character. But I think that it in turn shows the love they have for him. I don’t know why Thor is unworthy of the hammer, but that’s been in my head.

    So the idea was, let’s do a story about young Thor as kind of a brash, bratty teenager who’s like, “I’m totally worthy of this hammer. My dad’s full of [expletive]. I don’t know why I’m not ‘worthy’ of the hammer. Look at all this cool stuff I did.” And it’s more or less like a drinking story. He’s gonna be sitting around with a few choice characters from the Marvel Universe, and they’re all gonna be drinking, and Thor’s gonna basically be complaining about essentially why his dad won’t give him the keys to the car.

    Marvel.com: I love it. You mentioned you haven’t written a comic script before, but it’s not like you haven’t been creating for years and years. Playing a character on TV and in wrestling rings for so long, how did that affect how you approached this kind of creative endeavor?
    CM Punk: You know, I think I’m more suited for it just because I’ve been reading comic books my entire life. Wearing tights in front of thousands of people and kind of, almost play-acting, I think down the road, it might give me some sort of insight depending on what kind of characters I’m writing and what the story is, but I’m not really sure it prepared me so much for being able to script a comic book.

    I’m definitely prepared to fall flat on my face, I think. If anything, [wrestling] got me used to understanding that failure is part of a process, and the only real failure is if you don’t try. Like I could be nervous and bite my fingernails, worried that I think my book is gonna be a piece of crap, but I could be not doing it, and that would be the true failure.

    Marvel.com: I was particularly thinking about the promos and stuff, because I imagine that was you creating a character, telling stories.
    CM Punk: Oh, yeah. I definitely understand that. But I think that’s gonna come out more when I get to write a whole lot of dialogue, and it really will depend on the character and stuff like that. So yeah, I think it definitely helped me try and get into a different person’s skin, to see the world from their point of view and talk how they would talk and articulate the things that they would articulate. I think that would definitely help me.

    Marvel.com: You talked about getting into the mindset of other characters. Who else in the Marvel Universe do you think you’d want to take a crack at?
    CM Punk: Oh, I think, my original pitch to Axel Alonso in 2011 was, “Let me write Punisher.” In my mind, for some odd reason, I’ve just got this Punisher story in my head, and I think it’s super, super awesome. I can read Jason Aaron’s Punisher and everybody else’s [take on the] character and it’s good, but I think that my Punisher story is pretty badass. So everything I do for Marvel is going to be leading up to, “Please just let me write my Punisher story.” So until they let me do that, you’re gonna get all kinds of other stories about all kinds of other characters until they satisfy this need I have to write Frank Castle.

    The THOR ANNUAL goes on sale February 2015, and will feature stories from Punk, as well as Rob Guillory, Marguerite Sauvage, Noelle Stevenson and more.

    How do you feel about CM Punk becoming a writer for Marvel? Do you think he can contribute to the company and its famous characters? Let us know in the comments below!

    Don’t miss out!
  19. Check out Layla/Nattie from Smackdown, if you can.
  20. So surely you know that they actually have some decent wrestlers if it was only then you stopped watching. tbh it seems like you just don't care for women's wrestling- which is fair enough, but to just label everybody as dogshit because of the Bella's isn't exactly fair.
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