How do you follow up on a blockbuster tag team match from last year? With an even bigger one.
At first look, this match looks highly improbable at the moment. And with just three weeks worth of shows left until the PPV, there may not be enough time to prepare a match of this magnitude.
Given the prior history of these four, however, there shouldn't be much build to establish.
Assuming the assigned referee of the HIAC main event, Brad Maddox, was the doing of Raw Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero, she would continue to help out CM Punk at Survivor Series. On Raw, Guerrero will allow Punk to choose not to defend his title at the PPV. This could serve as a celebration or honoring of sorts given his one-year reign.
Later on in the night, Mr. McMahon will relieve Guerrero of her duties, citing her numerous abuses of power over the past week. The new general manager (who may or may not be a certain wrestling legend) will be introduced and will force Punk into some type of match at Survivor Series. Guerrero's stipulation of Punk not defending the WWE Championship would still stand.
Being that Punk and John Cena have been involved in an on-going feud, the GM will book a tag team match for the event. Both men will have the ability to choose their own partner.
On the next week of Raw, Paul Heyman will announce Brock Lesnar as Punk's partner. This would leave Cena scrambling for a worthy adversary.
During the go-home show, Cena will announce his partner (Triple H) between the first and second hours of the show. To create some sort of build before the PPV, a contract signing between the four will close out the show resulting in your usual in-ring mayhem.
In order to achieve some very solid ratings, the WWE would advertise Lesnar's appearance as well as the revealing of Cena's partner going into the final Raw before Survivor Series.
As far as picking a winner, it would definitely be the fans given the talent in the ring. But I would opt for Cena and Triple H picking up the win. That way, the Triple H-Lesnar feud has a resolution and Cena would therefore have some sort of leverage for a WWE title match against Punk at TLC.