Dirty Sheets continue our PERFECT month

The Dirty Sheets have been on fire throughout July, and the perfect run continued this week.

So far this month, we have exclusively broken the following stories:

  • We revealed that Brock Lesnar would appear at UFC 226 (see proof, with date, below) ✔
  • We revealed that Brock Lesnar to defend the WWE Universal Championship at SummerSlam ✔
  • We provided inside information about Daniel Bryan’s contract status and revealed that he has signed a short-term deal ✔
  • We broke the news that Braun Strowman and Kevin Owens would face off in a Cage Match at Extreme Rules ✔
  • We revealed that Rey Mysterio has re-signed a new deal with the WWE ✔
  • We provided inside information on Dolph Ziggler and Rusev’s contract negotiations ✔
  • We revealed secret details about Bray Wyatt’s car accident ✔
  • We revealed that Nakamura would win the United States Championship, a push originally intended for Cien Almas ✔
  • We reported that Randy Orton would return as a heel, with AJ Styles needing future opponents ✔

Note, we have also reported that AJ Styles vs Samoa Joe and Daniel Bryan vs The Miz are penciled in for SummerSlam- matches that a set to be confirmed this Tuesday.

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Patreon Exclusive: Lesnar & Rousey BOTH set for UFC 226

[/spp-transcript]According to our sources, the WWE’s two biggest box office draws, Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey, will BOTH be a part of UFC 226 next weekend.

The WWE already gave Ronda Rousey permission to be there, as she will be inducted into the Hall of Fame of July 5th. However, we have now been told that…….

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Brock Lesnsar breaks CM Punk’s 434 day record

Brock Lesnar has broken CM Punk’s record as the longest reigning WWE Champion of all time (WWF was re-named WWE in 2002). Lesnar has also taken over Punk on the all-time list, moving up to 6th place. Lesnar’s reign is the longest since Hulk Hogan’s 1474 day run from 1985 to 1988.

However, many can’t ignore the fact that Lesnar’s reign has been nowhere near as active as previous champions.

The photo, below, was put out after Lesnar’s last defence at the Greatest Royal Rumble:

Medical update on CM Punk

Ariel Helwani tweeted out an update on CM Punk’s condition, following his brave performance at UFC 225, where he came up short against Mike Jackson.

Michael Jackson issues statement about CM Punk fight

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Last night was an incredible experience that I’ll never forget. Let me start by thanking @cmpunk for the opportunity, I’m aware I wouldn’t be here without him. As I’ve said in multiple times, and to the man himself, I have nothing but respect for Phil. He has done something that many would NEVER consider doing; his heart could fill the United Center. As far as the fight, I hit him with some heat and looked to finish the fight in the 1st, but he kept coming. I made the right play and played it smart, knowing the circumstances I was in and what was at stake if I were to lose. As I anticipated, I played the heel coming into Chicago, and looks like I’ll continue being the heel once I’m gone. Many have misinterpreted what I said in my post fight interview with @joerogan, that’s your opinion and I can’t help that. Much respect to Phil, @dukeroufus, and his team at @roufusport. And thank you to @krubobperez, @shonuffstuff, @pjmiletich, and the rest of my team for the preparation leading up to #TruthvsPunk. #UFC225

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CM Punk FINALLY confirms what “CM” stands for, during Punk vs Amann trial

[spp-ctabuttons]During the CM Punk vs Doctor Amann trial yesterday, CM Punk finally revealed what the “CM” in “CM Punk stood for. Punk confirmed that the “CM” stands for Chick Magnet.

CM Punk took stand mid-morning. His attorney asked if there’s anything he’d change about Colt Cabana podcast. Punk said he swore a lot on there and wouldn’t today. He Acknowledged being bitter back then and wrestling being his whole life. He claimed there were lots of things on the podcast that he just doesn’t care about anymore.

When asked about why did he do the podcast? Punk said he’d left the WWE and hadn’t told his side of the story- meanwhile, the WWE had made statements about him, “kind regard of like going through a divorce.” Punk added, “I just wanted to set the record straight for my fans.” The podcast was meant to be his truthful story. It was “just two friends talking,” he said, referring to his longtime close friend, Colt Cabana, who said they often saw each other daily when both were in town.

Punk testified to his health from 2013-2014, said it wasn’t good. He cited headaches, sleeplessness, dizzy, neck couldn’t support head, nausea, cranky. He stated “I’m sure I wasn’t fun to be around.”