WWE Raw: Will Brock Lesnar Eventually Join Forces with CM Punk and Paul Heyman?
At the end of this week's Monday Night Raw, CM Punk laid out John Cena and got in the passenger seat of a car. The car pulled up next to Cena's unconscious body and none other than Paul Heyman gazed out at the fallen No. 1 contender as the show went off the air.
The pairing of the Punk and Heyman has shaken the WWE Universe.
Two weeks ago, Brock Lesnar touted from Heyman's account saying that he was leaving the WWE and never coming back—that there was "nothing left to conquer."
In reality, it's only a matter of time before Lesnar returns. Whether he faces Triple H or The Undertaker, you can bet he'll be competing at WrestleMania 29.
Now that Punk and Heyman have seemingly formed an alliance—will Lesnar join their faction?
Punk has had a death clutch on his WWE Championship since November 2011. Without anyone by his side, he has successfully defended it against the likes of Chris Jericho, Daniel Bryan, and Dolph Ziggler. With the managerial skills of Paul Heyman and backing of "The Next Big Thing," Punk would be unstoppable as WWE Champion.
And who's to say that Lesnar would only be Heyman and Punk's muscle? Since returning in April, Lesnar has broken the arms of Triple H and Shawn Michaels, in addition to giving John Cena the fight of his life. Don't put it past Heyman to demand a title shot of some sort for Lesnar.
A faction consisting of Heyman, Punk and Lesnar could unfold in many ways. No matter what path they take, I can promise you that they will be one of the most dominant heel factions in professional wrestling history.
Paul Heyman, CM Punk and Brock Lesnar could reign above all the WWE.
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