Last night's RAW has me concerned about a few things.
Namely, that Daniel Bryan might get the CM Punk treatment as champion - ie - where he holds the title, but isn't the "main event guy."
The way things seemed to shake down on RAW last night, Extreme Rules, the first *PPV* "special event" is going to be carried by three main matches:
Kane v. Daniel Bryan - probably in an inferno match or something horrible.
Evolution v. The Shield - probably in a no DQ match.
John Cena v. Bray Wyatt - announced as a steel cage.
Now, I don't know much - but I know when something is announced as a "steel cage match" by the company's No. 1 draw, that probably means its going on last.
Because when was the last time a cage match on a PPV didn't go on last?
Unless the angle that closed last night's show decides to close the May 4th event. Evolution v. The Shield is probably the least likely to go on last, but again, LOLHHHEGO.
Then there's Bryan v. Kane.
What the hell, dude? Bryan getting his first title defense on a *PPV* against Kane is like a half-step up from getting a title defense against Titus O'Neil.
Anyone excited by this?
You could make the argument that if this whole Wyatt-Cena program is the eventual impetus to the long-awaited Cena heel turn...then I could see that program going on last. But if it doesn't, and this program goes on last just like Cena-Laurenitis did (or other Cena matches did during Punk's reign)...
Talk about history repeating itself.
Think it'll happen?