Based on other articles, I thought clarifying this by putting dates when they were used after the move name was standard practice. Gavyn Sykes (talk) , 7 February 2008 (UTC) The real problem is the incorrect dates that are usually placed - Punk used the Vice in the indies from 2005 until EARLY 2007 (he didn't debut the GTS as soon as 2007 rolled around) and used the Plunge from 2001 until Punk: The Final Chapter in 2005. I believe capitalising the 's' for 'sleep' should fix this.
I have no problem with the adding of dates, but the major issue is that most of his name signatures need dates as well and I am trying to think of a way to add them without them looking ugly. (Professional_wrestling_attacks#Go_2_Sleep) (90.2 (talk) , 13 February 2008 (UTC)) I disagree here.
He's a notable indy wrestler and has had two years or so in WWE.
That's not enough to give him high importance, especially when an article like Dave Bautista is rated Low.
Shortman81 (talk) , 4 August 2008 (UTC) To expand on that, his title defense was non-notable, since it wasn't a huge feud and didn't result in anything real big.
So it's not notable per WP: N and also WP: RECENTISM.
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” He responded, “Yep.” Konnan continued to dish on Punk, stating that some people in the company feel he has a “huge head.” Furthermore, the former Max Moon reveals that Punk once “hated” fellow top star John Cena for similar behavior.
I am completely fortunate to have been taken under his wing. I have so much to learn and I am fortunate to have him as my teacher.' .175 (talk) , 25 July 2008 (UTC) Blake Campbell The picture doesn't look like it has any real importance and should probably be removed.
Killhammer (talk) , 27 July 2008 (UTC) Since winning the World Heavyweight title, Punk has successfully defended against Batista.
Before that match we trained with Dave Taylor, Fit Finlay and William Regal to prepare for it.' From this I get the impression that he was merely doing conditioning training, rather than being taught fundamentals of the wrestling business.
Even if this isn't the case (and I appreciate my interpretation isn't the only one,) I don't believe that a very brief amount of time spent preparing for a single match (well after Punk's professional debut) constitutes 'training.' By this token, someone like Raven would also have to be cited as a 'trainer' since, according to Punk in the same interview, 'he has taught me so much.