Re: Punk & Heyman mocking King's heart attack
If there was a line, I suppose they crossed it since it's become so controversial, which was the main goal anyway. Everyone involved had to know it would rustle a portion of the audience's feathers. I'm not bent out of shape over it myself, but it's not hard to see why some people would think otherwise. In the end, Punk is at least trying to make it real hard for his biggest marks to defend him. Even I am finding it hard to keep backing him, but when the other choices are Cena and Ryback, it's going to be hard for me to not keep cheering for him no matter how cowardly and whiny he becomes.
I'm just waiting patiently for the day the build for Punk vs. Rock can start.