CM Punk Vs. Dillon Pousson: UFC Star May Have To Take His ‘Fight Night’ Heckler More Seriously [NSFW Video]

CM Punk was called out by a heckler at his recent UFC Fight Night appearance, and while the former WWE and current MMA fighter (sort of) may or may not have gotten the upper hand in the war of words, he may not be able to dismiss this guy so easily.

The Inquisitr first got wind of this altercation on Entertainment.IE, which didn’t seem to understand that the “you may remember me from Twitter” opening line came from a genuine MMA fighter named Dillon “Trouble” Pousson.

The piece links to a video on LiveLeak, which we’ve provided for your enjoyment below. (Warning: it is NSFW due to language.) If you’re not in a place where you can freely listen to video, here’s a rundown of what happened.

The event was a fan appreciation thing where members of the audience could step up to the mic and leave CM Punk questions or comments. CM Punk, whose real name is Phil Brooks, sensed this guy might be trouble from the beginning when instead of referring to him by his more popular stage name, Pousson said, “How you doing, Phil?”

It was all downhill from there as Pousson (3-0, all by stoppages) questioned Punk’s bravery. Brooks then made fun of the “you may remember me from Twitter” line and also, when finding out that Pousson is Mexican, said he “felt sorry for all the cool Mexican people I know” due to that fact.

He also asked Pousson if he was a UFC fighter, to which Pousson fired back, “Are you?” He was clearly making light of the fact that CM Punk was offered a UFC contract in spite of the fact that he never paid any MMA dues to get one.

This is when Punk lost it.

“I’m on the stage, b***h. Get the f*** out.”

As for Pousson’s actual fighting prowess, here’s the full video of the St. Louis star’s second fight. Not too shabby, so-so video quality notwithstanding.

A first opponent for CM Punk has not been made public at this time. The star has been preparing by training and making public appearances for the company, such as the one above.

No one has accused Punk of not taking the preparations seriously, but that hasn’t stopped the criticism of UFC from coming, with many wondering why Punk was welcomed in instead of being made to fight his way up from the bottom as emerging stars like Pousson are currently doing.

That difference alone could make for an interesting selling point to a CM Punk and Dillon Pousson bout when Punk finally makes his debut next year.

But what do you think, readers? Would you pay to see CM Punk and Dillon Pousson after the war of words? Sound off in the comments section.

[Image of CM Punk via LiveLeak, linked above]