I wonder if people who complain about the realism of Punk facing Lesnar also complain about gigantic robots fighting monsters in Pacific Rim.
or how about Batman beating a steroid (venom) filled Bane. Or Superman beating giants? Or how about Hercules taking down Monsters and Cyclops? You my friend are on point.
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-John Cena Turns Heel
-Triple-H Turns Heel-Summerslam 2013
-Christian wins a world title again (or retires)
-The Miz Turns Face[b]-Done!
-Someone gets thrown through a table.[b]-Done!
-There is an Inferno Match-Summerslam 2013
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1. The Rock
3. CM Punk
4. Daniel Bryan
6. The Shield
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I hope they get Lita, Cabana, Cliff involved in this angle.
Maybe threaten by having Heyman sic Lesnar on them. Makes the angle a lot more personal since the promo on Monday lead to go this path.
I feel like they need to do something liek this. They have already said most of what has needed to have been said and Brock has already f5'd Punk twice, so I'm expecting some swerves in the next couple of weeks.
it'd be a shame if Brock just kept f5'ing Punk or something.
Anyone, no. Dorito couldn't do jack even with a a push like Punk got, but Bryan..fuck yes. Ambrose...yes. Maybe even Seth Rollins. I'm 60/40 on him. Punk got everything he wanted because he threatened to quit and Vince didn't have anyone else lined up to push after Batista/HHH/HBK/Edge more or less quit or were retired. The previous generation of main event players were suddenly gone and Punk was the only half way decent guy around capable of filling a main event void that hadn't already been rejected by the WWE Universe (Hi Lucky Charms). If you think history would repeat itself if that crisis were happening today you are nuts. Vince has more people to choose from now. He needed Punk desperately then. Today...not nearly as much, and the little bit he does still need Punk is dropping more and more each day. Ambrose, Bryan, Rollins, Sandow, Wyatt are on the move. No where for them to go but straight up. And Jericho has lost plenty and is still considered a threat. You remember him. The guy Punk marks are always telling me has been surpassed by Punk. If that's true, why does Punk lose all credibility the second he goes on a losing streak?
LOL at Punk only being "halfway decent", when it's been evident and proven for years, that he's the best all-around talent on the roster.
Originally Posted by Billion Dollar Man
It happens every time you talk about any wrestler. Let's stop acting like Punk is being treated unfair or something.
No, it happens a sight more with Punk - and it's because of people like you, who come into every Punk thread, spewing your tired, monotonous, anti-Punk bullshit.
Originally Posted by Tyrion Lannister
70% of this forum, if not higher, are morons.
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Dolph Ziggler wins the WWE title [ ]
Heath Slater wins a midcard title [ ]
Stone Cold has 'one more match' [ ]
CM Punk main events over John Cena [X] Royal Rumble 2013
The spinner belt is put in the trash [ ]
This match proves hw wwe is suckin today its quite amazing hw they break punk from heyman its meaningless breaking heyman with punk for sake ov axel n i dont think both will enjoy storyline nd from other angle there is no way punk will defeat lesnar though am punk fan!
When CM Punk steps into the ring to fight Paul Heyman client Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam, he will face a Superstar who, in Punk’s words, is “a monster."
Against The Anomaly, The Straight Edge Superstar will have a near 50-pound weight disadvantage, as well as a reach disadvantage, never mind an obvious shortcoming in the strength department. Depending on how well he recovers from Lesnar’s savage attack on the July 15 edition of Raw — an incident that resulted in whiplash and strained knee and ankle ligaments for Punk — The Voice of the Voiceless may well be competing at less-than-peak form against an athletic abnormality who wrestles a part-time schedule.
But one factor that will not work against Punk when he arrives at Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center is fear. The Straight Edge Superstar concedes that Lesnar is every bit The Beast Incarnate that Heyman makes him out to be, but according to Punk, beasts like Lesnar exist for only one reason: to be slayed.
Enter Brock's world of hurt | Watch the rise of CM Punk
Punk has vowed to remove any obstacle between himself and the man who double-crossed him, Heyman. Motivated not only by the sting of betrayal, but also the uncomfortably personal remarks spouted by WWE’s extreme strategist, The Best in the World will likely need every ounce of fearlessness if he hopes to topple the biggest obstacle of them all in Lesnar.
The scene on July 15’s Raw did little to instill confidence in Punk supporters. Made to look like a courageous but overwhelmed civilian by The Anomaly, The Straight Edge Superstar displayed plenty of heart in the encounter, repeatedly pulling himself up by the bootstraps and reengaging in battle. Yet, when the dust settled, Lesnar appeared to have won the dust-up handily.
Punk insists the results will be different at SummerSlam. As unforgiving as Lesnar has proven to be, The Best in the World may be even more unrelenting. The Beast took the first several rounds of battle with relative ease, but with the war set to culminate at SummerSlam — inside the domain where Punk feels most at home, the squared circle — Lesnar’s victory is far from a fait accompli.
See photos of the July 15 beatdown | Heyman betrays Punk in All-Stars Match
Adding in the deeply personal overtones of the Heyman-Punk rivalry, there is reason to believe the fearless and untiring Straight Edge Superstar will stop at nothing to gain the win. Whether or not The Beast Incarnate can actually be slayed, however, might be a different story altogether.
Find out what happens when The Best takes on The Beast at SummerSlam, live on pay-per-view on Sunday, Aug. 18.
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I wrote a letter, for the getto of the CIA,
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