Tuesday, September 18, 2012
CM Punk Renewed Interest
As CM Punk's title reign made it ways to 200 days, we started getting the same ol' Punk. While he had two epic matches with Daniel Bryan, the lack of heels had fans wondering, who would be the next worthy contender. Then there was John Cena. Since 2006, John Cena has been the guy that the women and children love, and male demographic hates. During his feud with the Big Show and former WWE Vice President of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis, fans really started to get behind Cena. But where does he go from here? Back to the top?
As John Cena made his way back into the WWE Title picture, someone had to be a heel. Is it time to make Cena a heel? Or maybe Punk could make the switch during his title reign, like Savage did in 1989. As Punk continued to remind everyone that he is the best in the world, he started showing shades of turning his back on the WWE Universe. First, it was attacking The Rock during the 1000th episode of Monday Night Raw. But since The Rock is not there every week, that was not going stand. So to make a full heel turn CM Punk attacked the beloved Jerry the King Lawler. Punk claimed that he felt disrespected when Lawler said he turned his back on the WWE Universe. Punk continued by saying that he has been disrespected throughout his entire championship run. As he and Cena began to cross paths, Paul Heyman joined CM Punk as his personal advisor. Paul Heyman has been known as very controversial figure in the history of professional wrestling. He also is responsible for bringing Brock Lesnar to the WWE, even leading him to the WWE Championship.
Paul Heyman being around CM Punk, makes Punk even more interesting. If Punk is gold on the microphone, than Heyman is platinum. As Punk gets closer to the one year mark, we can only sit back and wait and see what these two have in store for us.
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