3. WWE: CM Punk - Best in The World 2012
It’s hard to judge any documentaries by WWE. They are always skewed to their advantage and won’t shed any dark secrets that a independent biography would do. This does a great job of chronicling CM Punk rise from Indy fame to RIng of Honor to the WWE.
One thing I am glad they included is the “pipe bomb” that I remember watching live and then rewinding on the DVR to see if I could tell was real or not. I could tell then that one promo changed everything about the future of WWE and it made CM Punk the star that he currently is. It is also a great example of WWE capitalizing on something that is pretty negative on them again. (i.e. The Montreal Screw Job)
3 out of 5 fingers.