CM Punk recently sat with a small crowd and was interviewed with Beneath the Mat. During the discussion they talked about his switch to babyface, who he would like in the WWE and more. Here are a few highlights for you to check out.Punk on going from one of the most hated wrestlers to one of the most popular: "I'm actually very proud of that. I think in the pro wrestling world, I think last year I won all these awards for being this despicable human being. Now, this year, I'm winning 'Superstar Of The Year', 'Wrestler Of The Year' and 'Match Of The Year' and all this stuff. To me, that is what's magical about what I do. I think a guy like Rowdy Piper did that. And I think you guys as fans -- especially here in Philadelphia 'cause you're such hardcore fans -- and this is going to sound like I'm tooting my own horn so I'm going to try to be as humble about this as I can: Pro wrestling fans recognize when someone is so good at what they do, even if they're supposed to be the bad guy. I'm trying to get you to stab me, throw lit pennies at me, whatever. You reach a level that, you guys as fans say, 'Wow. This guy's good.'"Punk on using "Cult Of Personality" as a theme song: "(Living Colour) actually have [thanked me for using it]. Yeah. It's funny because in 1989 when that song was -- I imagine -- a number one hit, (Note: the song peaked at #13 on Billboard Hot 100 and #9 on Billboard Mainstream Rock) I know it was on the charts and that was my Little League team's song. That was the one. I played on a team called the Indians and that was it. I actually used that song when I was on the independents right before I signed [with WWE].Punk on who he'd like to see in the WWE: "I would love to fill the roster with talented guys that I know want it and love and wouldn't run away for greener pastures or anything like that. I would love to get [Colt] Cabana his job back. I would love to see [Samoa] Joe given a shot."Source: