Armando Estrada (@RealArmandoHaha): Although I didn't see the segment yet, I read about it. This type of programming is on par with many things WWE has done in the past. Edge/Lita/Matt from 2005, Austin taking his ball and going home in 2002, even the Chavo/Rey feud exploiting Eddie's death in 2006. Vince has consistently incorporated real life into the storylines, no matter how real the situation. Heyman and Punk are both "over" performers that don't need to resort to that level to generate heat (they both have plenty). But if Vince asks you to do something, you do it. And if you're offended, you should change the channel, IMO.