Originally Posted by Wrestling_Deluxe_08
That's because wrestling fans today are so accepting of below average quality. Heyman and Punk joining forces does one thing. It waters down Punk's "shoot" promo from last year. Heyman's WWE character has always been poor and bland at best, much like top guys in WWE today, aka Ziggler, Sheamus, ADR, and yes, CM Punk. A Punk/Heyman team is a perfect match because they're both just very vanilla and annoying. It is such a characterization of what WWE has become.