Chris Jericho's theory on Punk's heel turn

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Crayo, Oct 19, 2012.


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  2. Seems legit.

    Chris knows the deal and is very right in this one.:smug:
     
  3. I'm not convinced Punk is even a natural heel tbh, he's a douche it seems but he gets followers from it. If anything he's a natural "I honestly don't give a shit and you love me for it guy" More comfortable? Probably but he's got such a natural likability for too many people to hate him for me. Also due to his seemingly competitive nature rather than settling for number 1 heel I see him pushing on to be number 1 in the company full stop rather than stopping a certain path as he'd never achieve it.
     
  4. To be honest, I think Punk mixed a little of his real life personality in his gimmick..:urm:
     
  5. Seems likely, especially the respect stuff. It's too consistent for the chimps known as WWE creative.
     
  6. Indeed :laugh:

    Think Punk does 75% of his own stuff.
     
  7. Yeah, Jericho's right, I think. Being a heel or a tweener fits Punk better than being a face.
     
  8. A lot of stuff punk did for his face turn he did in ROH.
     
  9. Punk as a face was cool for a few weeks but it got old. His character is built for a "I'm right and YOU ARE ALL WRONG" typa guy.
     
  10. The theory's not really saying much :pity:

    Think they should've kept Punk tweener instead of turning him face after he had that useless rivalry with HHH. They also should've made him the one to go after Laurinatis instead of Cena. I figured punk be the more "anti-establishment" kind of guy and the storyline would fit him better.
     
  11. I don't remember the rivalry with Punk and Hunter. Thanks for reminding me. :otunga:
     
  12. I mean, if you can even call that lame POS a rivalry. It completely killed Punk's momentum.
     
  13. I wish Nash was there, he was going to job (seriously).
     
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