Re-Post: WWE RAW Results With Tons Of Video
Punk says he's fought for everything he's earned, and Jericho wasn't the first to say he was the best. There was a guy they both watched when they were younger, his name was Bret Hart, the best there was, the best there is, and the best there ever will be. Punk asks if Jericho invented that, did he invent Hart being Canadian, did he invent Canada? Jericho says it's always a game to Punk, but he better take him seriously. Jericho says he's faced everyone, beaten everyone, won dozens of championships. Punk says he watches Jericho, and his body language screams inferiority. Punk asks who he's trying to prove he's the best to? Is it him, the fans, or maybe Jericho himself. He says Jericho's confidence has now become Jealously because Punk has surpassed everything Jericho has done. Punk says Jericho tries to place the blame on others, but it's all on him. Jericho is the best in the world at what he does, but Punk is the best wrestler in the world, and while Jericho leaves to be a rock star, Punk is here in the WWE, while Jericho is Dancing with Stars. Jericho says while he was doing all of that, all he could think of was Punk ripping him off. Jericho says all of this is just window dressing because he came back to the WWE for one reason, and that was to embarrass Punk at WrestleMania, and to take back what is his. Punk says that everyone points at the sign every year, but he's just going to point at his championship belt. Punk says they don't need any fancy entrances or pyro, the only thing they need is the two of them in a ring, and we'll find out who the best in the world is on April 1st. Punk says it won't be the end of the world at WrestleMania, just the end of Jericho's. Daniel Bryan then comes out for the advertised match, flanked by A.J. David Otunga, and John Laurinaitis.