Originally Posted by keg in kc
That's apples and oranges. Punk's being a heel in the truest sense of the word. He isn't trying to get the crowd behind him at all. Which isn't anything close to stone cold's gimmick.
The problem with that last segment is that it isn't so much a dastardly heel move because at least half the crowd sees him hitting Cena from behind with the belt as a face move, simply because it shuts him up. If people are fed up now with Cena being pushed down their throats, I can't wait for mid-April and his victory speeches marking the beginning of the new supercena era.
At least a 3-way would be something different. If they actually do that, and tonight wasn't just a tease. Rock and Punk have a good dynamic with each other on the mic, so perhaps that will balance out how poorly Cena does in a back in forth with either of them.
See....this is where we disagree. Punk IS trying to get the anti-Cena crowd, and remain a semi-face, kind of like what Triple H and Shawn Michaels used to pull off. But they also had decent "opponents" that they could play off of.
And I disagree that Punk and Rock have a good dynamic.....separately they are fine but when you get them on the stage together, it just doesn't seem to sync. That's just my opinion....