The Devil Exists.
This was all CM Punk's tweet to the world said on July 11, hinting at the inevitable heel turn we bore witness to at the 1,000th episode of Raw on Monday.
This has the potential to be an epic turn, and Punk's reign as WWE Champion may be just beginning as he could hold the title for most of, if not all of, the rest of 2012.
CM Punk could do this all on his own, but I, along with many others, believe that Punk is going to have some help along the way.
I think that help can come in the form of Dean Ambrose.
I know, the "When is Dean Ambrose going to debut?" speculation has gotten almost as bad as the "When is John Cena going to turn heel?" speculation, but I guarantee Dean Ambrose will debut before John Cena ever turns heel, and it is going to happen very, very soon.
With all of the hype around Ambrose, the WWE shouldn't debut Ambrose like Ryback, Antonio Cesaro, Brodus Clay or any of the other new guys who have simply walk out to a debut entrance and gone on to squash wrestlers time after time.
Ambrose's debut needs to have a lasting impact, and helping Punk retain the title at SummerSlam is just the way to do it.
For the last couple of months, Dean Ambrose has been working dark matches before Monday Night Raw and he has been proclaiming himself as the WWE's 'secret weapon' over the mic. Even CM Punk tweeted one night that Ambrose was the 'secret weapon.'
Punk and Ambrose do have some history too, and if you haven't seen their match at FCW from last year yet, I implore you to do so. It's fantastic.
Afterwards, Punk praised Ambrose rightfully, as Ambrose displays great wrestling skills and awesome mic skills. Some of his FCW promos have been epic, to say the least.
Having Ambrose by Punk's side would be a riveting combination, but it would also make Punk even more unstoppable as Champion.
I predict Punk will face John Cena at SummerSlam, and when the match is entering its final stages, I can see Ambrose jumping out of the crowd and helping Punk retain the title.
This would be an amazing way to introduce Ambrose, and the next night he could explain his actions and show off some of his great mic skills, making an immediate impact on Raw.
This makes the most sense to me, as it would explain all the 'secret weapon' references from the past and it would finally get Ambrose on to the scene in a big way.
Something big like this needs to happen in Ambrose's debut and then the WWE can turn him into a star of the future.
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