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Last—but not least—is a man who, like several others mentioned on this list, is not actually wrestling, but will still be heavily involved—Paul Heyman.
The jury is currently out on whether one of his guys, Curtis Axel, will wrestle, but we know for sure that Brock Lesnar is one of those four primary people the event is being built around.
In a normal situation, Heyman would just be expected to accompany Lesnar to the ring and plant himself around the ring, possibly only being a momentary distraction or interfering in a small way, but this is a different scenario.
This feud has been less about Lesnar and CM Punk and more about Punk getting his hands on Heyman.
On this upcoming episode of Raw, Punk will supposedly have his shot at Heyman in a match, but even the most casual wrestling fans know that things will go awry. That will certainly not be the finale of this feud.
Heyman could be just as big of a factor in this match as Lesnar himself as far as Punk's adversaries go.
Ignoring the obvious people, who else do you think will find a way to put some of the spotlight on themselves?
Tell us your ideas in the comments below.
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