If you’re ushering in a new era in the WWE and killing the Mr. McMahon character once and for all there is only one man for the job. This Shane McMahon storyline is built off of a previous real life heat and controversy. What former WWE superstar has HUGE real life heat with the WWE?
That’s right the man that needs to return at WrestleMania and help Shane McMahon take down The Undertaker and Vince McMahon is CM Punk.
As crazy as that may sound just think about this:
Shane McMahon vs. The Undertaker closes WrestleMania 32. They have an intense dramatic match filled with blood and a crazy bump from Shane McMahon. The match also sees multiple run-ins from former WWE talent. The Rock gets involved trying to help Shane McMahon. Shawn Michaels gets involved trying to help Vince McMahon and The Undertaker. Stone Cold Steve Austin comes down and gets involved. Then at the end of the match when you finally think The Undertaker is going to win a familiar guitar riff begins to play over the AT&T Stadium sound system.
“ Look in My Eyes What Do You See, The Cult of Personality I know your anger I know your dreams”
The shocked WrestleMania crowd looks to the top of the ramp to see if it can possibly be true. After his song plays for a few seconds CM Punk finally appears at the top of the WrestleMania stage. The roof of AT&T Stadium legitimately blows off with the reaction. After taking in the reaction Punk takes off on a dead sprint for the ring. He clears the ring giving GTS’s to Michaels Austin, Rock and The Undertaker. He helps Shane McMahon pin The Undertaker to take over Raw and finally defeat Vince McMahon.
After the three count there is one last GTS CM Punk has to deliver. The final GTS belongs to Vincent Kennedy McMahon. After two years of hostility and being gone from WWE CM Punk finally gets his hands on Vince McMahon. Can you honestly imagine the eruption from a WrestleMania crowd as CM Punk is giving the GTS to Vince McMahon? It would be bigger than the initial reaction to his appearance.
This final video of the weekend for CSR is a chat about how much of a chance Shane McMahon has of beating The Undertaker.