When you put a Superstar like CM Punk in a feud with anyone, you have to assume that it's going to be outstanding. Put him in a feud with The Rock and The Undertaker, and it's going to be epic.
And that's exactly what it was.
CM Punk kicked off 2013 by taking on The Rock at the Royal Rumble, but it wasn't over between The Great One and the Best in the World. They would continue their feud into the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, which was full of controversy and great wrestling.
This feud, while it spanned just around a month, was stellar. The mic work was outstanding, which is expected when the most electrifying man in sports and entertainment and the WWE's frequent dropper of verbal pipe bombs exchange verbal blows.
The ring work was outstanding as well. The Rock looked considerably less rusty than he had in his previous one-shot appearances, and CM Punk was able to help make the matches look clean and polished.
These are two of the best professional wrestlers to walk down a WWE ramp in the last 20 years, and they certainly didn't disappoint in 2013.
As The Rock moved on to bigger and better things at WrestleMania, CM Punk set his sights on another living legend of professional wrestling, The Undertaker.
Punk, with the help of Paul Heyman, made this one-match feud seem like it lasted a year. With the Undertaker's part-time schedule, Heyman and Punk were able to do mic work that made it seem like Taker was there every week. The feud pulled no punches, including stealing Taker's Urn after the passing of Paul Bearer, and reached its climax at WrestleMania 29 in one of The Undertaker's closest calls during his undefeated streak at WrestleMania.
Not only did Punk put on an amazing show with The Rock and Taker, he did all of it in a matter of a few months.