@SUNDAY beautiful insight on the whole Wyatt fam situation.
Well before joining the forum i originally wanted to talk about kayfabe, but people are too busy being smarky so had to adapt. It's good to actually see a Kayfabe discussion. Analyze it the way they wanted you to instead of how the smarks do.
It depends on what you are basing it on. I mean Punk and Cena were facing arguably the biggest star of the AE so obviously they would have a tough time. Just like Orton and HBK lost against Hogan who was a star in the 80s period. Cena has faced HHH before and has made him tap out convincingly.
What if Triple H didn't suffer an quad injury in 2001? Would Cena still have been able to defeat Triple H at wrestlemania 22 if Triple H had been as healthy as he was in 2000?
Like him or not, Punk has a never die attitude. You can just tell by the way he kept going at Lesnar despite 'losing' the brawl two weeks ago. His passion and workrate will be key. You don't get to go 434 days with the world title without those two things.
I just don't really see how Punk beats him though, Lesnar has him outmatched in every single department. Punk tries to focus on his legs with some of those nasty kicks of his? Lesnar beats him with his mat wrestling skills. Punk tries to take him on head to head in a slugfest? Lesnar uses his size to wear down Punk. Punk tries to win with high flying moves off the ropes and turnbuckle? Again, Lesnar uses his size advantage to out muscle Punk.
You add all that together plus Paul Heyman who's going to be in Brock's corner and I would not want to be in Punks shoes at Summerslam.
The Wyatt Family's cerebral means is what makes them so dangerous. While its a very early arrival within the WWE Universe their impact has been felt. Won't be surprised if these guys become a force in some areas of the company soon. Kane's out. Gabriel & 3MB felt the wrath; taken out like trash. Who's next? Part of me continues to sense Sheamus as he's a big star with no one around him atm. Those sharks can circle him like easy prey.
Man, Daniel Bryan is on fire right now. Hopefully he doesn't choke while under pressure against Cena, I think he could definitely win the title if he keeps his head in the game like he's been doing recently. Beat him down and find a weak spot, but that's easier said than done when you consider John's track record when it comes to taking a beating and coming back only to win the whole thing with minimal effort. How the fuck does he do it, guys?
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John Cena does it because he is the toughest superstar to walk the face of Mother Earth in the last decade. Daniel Bryan could put him in the Yes Lock but Cena will never tap out because like he said on this week's Raw, "Even the best isn't good enough". Think about it, even Brock Lesnar, former UFC Champ kept destroying him yet John came back and overcame the odds. Really remarkable.
Also, it's really nice of John to stand up for Bryan against Maddox and the system. Everyone believes you need to be big and strong to be WWE Champion, so it was really cool for John to go against it and grant Bryan the title shot. What a nice guy.