5 WWE Superstars Who Could Fill The Void Left By CM Punk

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by ThunderdUp35, May 30, 2014.

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  1. Wade Barrett

    12.5%
  2. Cesaro

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Dean Ambrose

    50.0%
  4. Bray Wyatt

    25.0%
  5. Daniel Bryan

    12.5%
  1. CM Punk has finally let the cat out of the bag regarding his status with WWE. In a recent interview with the Red Eye Chicago, Punk stated that he considers himself retired from the business which may signal that he may never wrestle again. His status in WWE was up in the air since his departure earlier in the year. He left WWE officials, fans and superstars puzzled. All we can wonder is which WWE superstar could fill the void...

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  2. Seth Rollins
     
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  3. Rollins is still the best of the Shield imo and I don't care what any of you think.
    Plus Rollins > Punk
    #AidsWithTheWin
     
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  4. lol Brian Anderson has returned!

    To answer the question, CM Punk has already been replaced. Punk's position on the card when he left was that of an upper-tier babyface, pretty much tied with Bryan as a solid #2 face of the company. But Bryan has ascended to the top and at this point is more likely to remain there for longer than Punk ever did, Cena has dropped down to that #2 or 3# spot to feud with the Wyatts to help get Bray over as a credible name, and The Shield are all being groomed as individual stars through their rivalry with Evolution (Reigns moreso than the other two, of course.) Cesaro is slated to become a huge breakout babyface as well, although I don't see him becoming such, at least not anytime soon.
     
  5. Other; D-Sizzle mah nizzles.
    I voted Barrett.
     
  6. Doggy Fizzle Televizzle.
     
  7. Lol what this is Brian Anderson on another account.

    @Solid Snake perma ban for da multiple accounts kthx
     
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  8. I got a winner award from Aids, this means you have to do it @Solid Snake
     
  9. What is there to think about
     
  10. Accounts are merged.
     
  11. Coulda just banned him, all he did was create hassle last time, hence the new account
     
  12. I would have said Seth Rollins. He even kind of reminds me of CM Punk. I don't think Seth Rollins gets anywhere near the credit he deserves.
     
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  13. This is the real Brian Anderson and I'm not here to start any trouble so no reason to ban me. I love that people still hate me though lol. It's weird that everyone remembers me and I only posted like twice :) thnx
     
  14. Nobody remembers you, it states "Brian Anderson" as the author of the article.
     
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  15. dude cant wait til dat kid sees this. The niggaswag hashtag will be back in full effect.

    I'm glad he merged the accounts, It's nice to see random threads where people show how we all like to keep our threads and voting in-house.
     
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  16. Corey Graves.

    wk
     
  17. This would be a good one! #StayDown.
     
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  18. It's as much Corey Graves as any number of guys.

    Whether it's appreciated or not by a lot of folks around here, Punk was a game-changer in the Indies. And when he came to WWE, he showed a path that a lot of guys could/would follow, including Daniel Bryan, Cesaro, Seth Rollins, Dean Amrose, Sami Zayn, and Corey Graves (just to name a few). But, just like he did, when any of those guys have been given an opportunity to "grab the brass ring", they've done it.

    And of course, you can't say that Punk completely blazed the trail either. In and of himself, he was a throwback to guys like Mick Foley, Terry Funk, Steve Austin, and Scott Hall, guys who fought and scrapped their ways through the Indies (as opposed to being a WWE guy or WCW guy from day one). That's the reason Punk was a "Paul Heyman Guy" (and still is, per Heyman), as those are guys who Heyman loved.

    So, it's really going to come down to who is willing to take everything and keep going and who's willing to grab on tight and hold on.

    wk
     
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