CM Punk is still pulling WWE's covers.
On Friday, CM Punk posted a rundown of what was supposed to be on WrestleMania 30, at least as of the week before that year's Royal Rumble. You can see the photo below.
Lol, remember when people said that Bryan main eventing Mania 30 was the plan all along from Summerslam that previous year, and it was just a SUPERWORK? pic.twitter.com/3LPaQQEFDR— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) January 4, 2020
The card was categorically different than what appeared. Most notably, Daniel Bryan was slated to take on Sheamus, but would eventually be added to the already set main event featuring Batista and Randy Orton. He'd also take on CM Punk's scheduled dance partner, Triple H.
However, there are some other major deviations. The Shield took on Kane and the New Age Outlaws in a forgettable three minute match, but the listing Punk posted shows Dean Ambrose scheduled to defend the United States Title against Roman Reigns. Kane was supposed to face Big Show, who would be the last person eliminated from that year's Andre The Giant Memorial battle royal. Sheamus would also be moved to the battle royal.
WrestleMania season is right around the corner, so I guess we'll see what WWE cooks up next, though Fightful has been told that the entire card is wide open.