Natalie Slater, a friend of CM Punk, wrote an article for Red Eye Chicago discussing the downsides of being a famous celebrity and appears (she doesn't come out and use his name) to be describing the life of Punk in Chicago. She also hints that Punk is retired and intends to keep it that way.
"Now, he's the recently retired seven-time World Champion, and he's one of the most isolated people I've ever known. A few weeks ago he found a young fan and his mom cramming Easter candy into the mail slot of his front door. Just before that, he walked out of his back door to throw out the trash only to be met by fans camped out in his alley for hours just to see him."
Red Eye Chicago: My friend is famous, and it sucks
Chuck Carroll passed this along.
I did a write up for 106.7 The Fan in Washington about John Cena giving advice to Jadeveon Clowney and other NFL Draft prospects ahead of tonight's selections. Cena was himself an All-American center at Division III Springfield College.