Last night I watched what I thought was a pretty average Monday Night Raw.
The roulette was very predictable and the matches short as usual. Evan Bourne and Sin Cara proved that two small guys can go at it and make for an interesting match, but Sin Cara needs to fix his finishing move and quickly.
Raw, however, will be etched in our minds for one thing only this week: CM Punk. Before I let this slideshow roll I want to make the point of saying that a very wise man once said, "Everything in wrestling is a work." What we witnessed last night was a 'work' and probably the best WWE has produced post-Attitude Era.
A scathing attack on the owner, mentioning legends and, rather oddly, rival promotions. These were all things that led to CM Punk being silenced, albeit kayfabe. There are, however, enough articles today debating the issue so I'll leave it alone.
Instead I will focus on five paths the creative team may take or have planned after what we witnessed last night.
Feel free to add your own thoughts and comments.