Recently, WWE champion C.M. Punk was interviewed by Real Milwaukee promoting WWE's Elimination Chamber PPV. During the interview, Punk discussed the origins of "C.M."

"It's a long story," Punk stated. "You don't really get to choose your career path, so to speak, when you start in wrestling. Me and a friend of mine were the 'Chick Magnets'. People are going to make a big deal out of me saying that, too. 'Oh. That's what it finally means.' No. It means a lot of things. It means 'Chicago Made'. It means, 'Championship Material.' You know... 'Chuck Mosley'. All sorts of stuff."

Punk was later asked which wrestler he would most want t face; past, present or future. The man that came to mind immediately for Punk was WWE Hall of Famer, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.

"[It's] a no-brainer. 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin. ... Do I think [I'd come out a winner]? Yeah. I absolutely, positively know I'd come out a winner in that. Steve's an actor now," C.M. Punk jabbed.

"Steve in his prime? I haven't even hit my prime yet. I'm scared thinking about me in my prime. I'm scared for Steven, actually," Punk stated.

You can check out the full interview below:

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