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CM Punk and Hulk Hogan are feuding over the Blackhawks-Lightning NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Hulk Hogan is from Tampa Bay. CM Punk is from Chicago. The Tampa Bay Lightning are currently playing the Chicago Blackhawks in the NHL's Stanley Cup Finals. Naturally, the two are now feuding over this fact.

Hogan got the party started during an interview with ESPN prior to the start of the series by saying "Chicago is in a lot of trouble." That led to Punk cutting the following promo on him just last night before Game 3:

"Hey everybody, this is CM Punk and obviously I'm live in living color here at the madhouse on Madison in front of all these Blackhawk fans, and we want the cup! Normally, the less said about Hulk Hogan the better but he spoke my name first. So I'd like to point out that the Tampa Bay organization as a whole should be embarrassed for hitching their trailers to such a piece of garbage that pronounced the captain's name wrong and then called Coach Jon Cooper 'Jon Connor.' Ladies and gentlemen, we're in Chicago and we're real hockey fans, and we want the cup! Tampa Bay's going down!"

The trouble with that is the Lightning went into Chicago and defeated the Blackhawks, 3-2, to take a 2-1 lead in the series. Hogan was right back at it:

Never one to back down, Punk went all in:

This is fun.

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