PWI's Wrestler Of The Year, CM Punk, Big E. Langston's Power, Tribute To The Troops Viewership

- Last night's episode of WWE Tribute to the Troops garnered 2.34 million viewers, according to TV By The Numbers. We hope to have the final rating shortly.

- has an article looking at Big E. Langston and the strength he possesses at this link. According to the article, Langston "competed in the 2010 USA Power lifting (USAPL) U.S. Open Championships in Davie, Fla., just a four-hour drive from his hometown of Tampa. He became not only the winning heavyweight competitor (275 pounds), but also broke all four state raw powerlifting records in the 275-pound class and broke national records in the deadlift and total combined weight lifted in the squat, bench press and deadlift. Langston's lifts included a 611-pound squat, a 490-pound bench press and a 749-pound deadlift for a total of 1,851 pounds."

- Speaking of Langston, WWE has added him to their event pages for all of next week's RAW live events.

- While WWE viewers couldn't find it within themselves to vote CM Punk the 2012 "Superstar of the Year," readers of Pro Wrestling Illustrated had different plans. For the second straight year, the PWI year-end poll saw the WWE champion come out on top. For the record, John Cena finished fourth, behind Punk, Sheamus and Austin Aries. You can order the print or digital issue at

- Speaking of Punk, in a video for the COMBOS Files, he put a Crab and Cheese COMBOS to the test and made this video for the fan that created the flavor:


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