At the conclusion of Monday Night RAW, CM Punk kicked WWE legend Mick Foley backstage. Punk continued to walk away and turn around to see Ryback standing there.
What does this mean for both Punk and Ryback?
Well, it could be the start of a mini-feud between Punk and Ryback while John Cena is rehabilitating from his injury; which could lead to a Hell in a Cell match between the two of them with Cena involved somehow. This could be a very entertaining match as it could showcase the brutality that is Ryback and allow Punk to flourish as a heel.
Punk is really coming into his own as a heel and that was on display last night.
If he were to have to face a monster like Ryback, Punk could complain and dodge Ryback for weeks leading up to a main event match in the Cell. Foley could join the match as a referee or special enforcer.
Another possible outcome for this situation could involve Brock Lesnar.
If the match takes place in Hell in a Cell, I predict Lesnar will find a way to get involved. Some sort of brawl between Ryback and Lesnar is almost inevitable.
This would solidify Punk as a 'Paul Heyman Guy' and help build Heyman's stable and show that they are a team.
In addition, the pure idea of a confrontation between Lesnar and Ryback should have any fan excited.
Another way the WWE could go with this involves a swerve utilizing Ryback joining Heyman and Punk.
Fans are starting to embrace Ryback as a rising babyface and the WWE could turn the tables and have another member join Heyman.
Can you imagine CM Punk, Paul Heyman, Brock Lesnar and Ryback?
That would be a huge force in the WWE and could usher a new era of violence and intensity in the WWE.
The WWE needs to make sure they make the right decision here.
Fans are still excited about last night's RAW, and the WWE is probably looking forward to a great Hell in a Cell pay-per-view