WWE News: Potential Feud for CM Punk in the Works?

Photo: wwe.com
Photo: wwe.com
Bleacher ReportAnalyst IApril 3, 2012

With the debut of Lord Tensai (AKA Matt Bloom) last night on RAW, the wrestling world and members of the Internet wrestling community are wondering who he will feuding with.

There have been several WWE superstars that have been speculated to lock up with the massive Tensai, including John Cena, Randy Orton and others.

According to Wrestlingnewssource.com, a major program has been planned by the WWE and it will see Lord Tensai feud with the current WWE Champion CM Punk.

John Laurinaitis referenced that "natural disasters" were in Punk's future on RAW this past Monday.  WWE.com also noted that "tensai" means "disaster" in Japanese, so it does seem plausible that Tensai and Punk will meet in the ring.

When it was rumored that Matt Bloom was returning to the WWE, the plan was set out for him to be a "henchman" for John Laurinaitis, which would be another reason why a feud between Tensai and Punk is possible.

Although it does seem entirely possible that Tensai will clash with Punk in the future, it begs the question of where the current feud between Chris Jericho and CM Punk is going.

This potential feud between Tensai and Punk may occur after Jericho departs the WWE to tour with his band, Fozzy. Wrestling fans will just have to wait and see what happens.


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