Agreed guys, one of the best endings in a while. When he first got it that car and pulled away my head start buzzing about who could have been driving it. Heyman was certainly a thought, but I didn't know if the WWE would actually pull it off. I'm psyched about it.
I'd like to throw something out there regarding a potential stable. I don't see it taking shape that way. Lesnar, since his return, has represented a business man. They mentioned it several times on WWE TV - "Brock Lesnar is a brand", 'My client Brock Lesnar", and just tons of contract mentions. I think Heyman will manage the two of them seperately. It would be odd if Lesnar's character acted jealous or upset at Heyman. It's just like a big time sports agent representing two major MLB players, etc. I hardly see Lesnar and Punk interacting, if nothing more than a quick head nod or hello backstage to acknowledge each other. That said, that's just my opinion. If I'm way off, I'll be interested to see it.