It's a shame Cody just couldn't be happy for his (former) best friend's win. He did what more than likely Mr. Sandow taught him never to do, and that's let jealousy overcome you. The fact that Mr. Sandow would even allow Cody anywhere near him, let alone become "The Protector of the Case", after that barbaric attack by Cody on Raw last week, just shows just how great and kind of a man Mr. Sandow is.
I can't wait for our intellectual savior to bring the World Heavyweight Championship back to prosperity.
CM Punk and Paul Heyman have issues that seem to stem for Paul's jealousy. It was Paul that made the match for Punk at Payback, which Punk didn't have to agree to, but he did. It was Paul who nearly cost Punk his match at Payback, and then eventually did cost him his match at Money in the Bank. It was Paul, who even after Punk said he wanted to still be (best) friends, sicked that animal, Brock Lesnar, on him. I'm not sure what kind of chances Punk has at Summerslam. Lesnar is bigger than Punk, stronger than Punk, possibly even faster than Punk and from we know, a more skilled fighter than Punk. Punk's going to have to use his intelligence to somehow out-maneuver Lesnar. He needs to study Lesnar's past matches to first of all, come up with a game-plan and predict Lesnar's moves before he even thinks of them, and secondly find a weakness, maybe the stomach area that HHH showed Summerslam. The steel steps have also worked well against Lesnar in the past, so maybe Punk could use those as well if it's a No DQ match. Also Punk has his resilience and heart. The same resilience that led him to kick out of the tombstone at Wrestlemania, something very few men have done. The same heart that kept him going to win the WWE Title at Money in the Bank a couple of years ago as he was leaving. If he can outlast Brock's onslaught and tire him out, he may have a chance.
Oh, and Daniel Bryan facing John Cena for the title. This is Bryan's chance and he's looking better than he's ever looked in his career. If there was ever a time I thought he could beat John Cena, now is the time. I'd be careful if I were him though. Vince and Maddox don't seem to like him from their comments/actions in the past several weeks, and Orton is also looming in the background, ready to cash-in at anytime, maybe even right after Bryan wins the belt.
Wow... I really went hard on this, didn't I?