This was partially an idea I read about on another forum, where someone felt that a tag match and scenario similar to this should happen at Wrestlemania. While I (and many others) disagreed that Taker should wrestle a tag match (or any multi man match) at a Wrestlemania, I did think it was a good scenario and added on my own ideas to it. Since Triple H/Lesnar is pretty much confirmed for Wrestlemania, and Taker/Punk is all but confirmed (just pretend it is for the purpose of this thread), I think an awesome idea for a tag team match at Extreme Rules the following month would be Triple H and Undertaker teaming up against Heyman's boys, Punk and Lesnar. Match would be awesome for a few reasons. For one, we'd finally get to see Heyman's guys work together on screen for the first time. Funny how it's all worked out so far that they're both involved with Heyman and yet haven't crossed paths (not yet, there's still six weeks till Mania, though they'll be involved in different programs.) Two, it would be awesome seeing Triple H and Taker team up, given their recent history. A third reason it would be awesome is because we get to see Taker work a non-Wrestlemania PPV. And a fourth reason is because of what will happen after the match, which I'll get into in a second. Though the feud between Punk and Taker would be kinda over (with Punk failing to beat the streak and all), the feud between Brock and HHH could continue after Mania, and Punk could join in on trying to cripple Triple H at all costs. Then one night, when Punk and Lesnar really are letting loose on a helpless Triple H, the lights go out, the gong hits, and Undertaker actually comes to Triple H's rescue. Easy set up for the match. Then the match itself and the aftermath. Taker and Triple H go over after one of them pins CM Punk. The reason for this is because I had the idea that Punk should take some time off after Mania because he could certainly use it, and with the rumors of a feud between him and Brock later in the year, it could be Lesnar who (angle wise) puts Punk on the shelf. If Punk takes the pin, Heyman could rant at him the next night about how with him losing to The Rock twice, John Cena, Undertaker and now this, he's not sure he really is the best in the world. Lesnar could then snap and attack Punk, slapping the Kimura on him and breaking his arm (all with Heyman's approval, of course.) This anger from Brock could be further justified if Punk really pissed off Lesnar the night before by accidentally hitting him with a steel chair or something. I even imagine Heyman continuing to scream at Punk even while he lays there screaming in pain from a broken arm. I know some hate Punk as a face, but if he feuds with Brock, he certainly fits that role much better than Brock would. And this is a good as reason as any to take time off to freshen up and come back with momentum as a baby face (same personality, only he isn't insulting the fans and being turned into Mr. Generic Smiling Dick Baby Face like before.) With this and the third and final (rubber) match between Rock and Cena, Extreme Rules would look to be a huge PPV.