The story continued last night with CM Punk wanting answers and Paul Heyman assuring him that he wasn't behind the attack.
Both Lesnar and Punk are big-ticket players, so a match between them will generate lots of interest. Paul Heyman being in the mix adds intrigue and drama, particularly with the "is he lying" question lingering.
With CM Punk in the Money in the Bank ladder match, I look for him to get screwed out of the briefcase by Heyman's client -- because money maters more to Heyman than friendship -- setting up a match at the biggest event of the summer.
Curtis Axel got involved as well, saving Punk from a 2-on-1 attack. Axel is steadily growing his name weekly, and I hope the Intercontinental title begins to mean something again under his reign.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FROM RAW:
** Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton continued, with Bryan finally getting his win and more respect being shown. Bryan will be ready for a main event rivalry come Summerslam, I'm hoping against John Cena
** AJ dressed up as Kaitlyn and did a pretty decent Kaitlyn.