CM Punk vs. John Cena, WWE Championship: CM Punk, likely due to actions from Heyman. Then a rematch at Hell in a Cell can have Heyman locked out.
Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio, World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus does the Brogue Kick and is stripped of the title, with Del Rio winning by DQ. This leads to shenanigans when Dolph Ziggler attempts to cash in his Money in the Bank contract after Del Rio/Otunga/Rodriguez beat Sheamus down after the match, but there's no champion to cash in on. Cliffhanger ending, if a cash-in match does occur before the referee/GM thinks it through?
Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler: I think Dolph has to win this one. Just like Del Rio got his clean win over Orton last month, this will be Ziggler's.
R-Truth and Kofi Kingston vs. Daniel Bryan and Kane, WWE Tag Team Championships: Against all odds, Daniel Bryan and Kane destroy each other just enough to claim victory and the Tag Team Titles.
Kaitlyn vs. Layla, WWE Divas Championship: Layla retains. The focus is more on Eve than Kaitlyn right now anyway.
Pre-Show Battle Royale to Determine the #1 Contender for the US Title: I say Brodus Clay wins this one.
Antonio Cesaro vs. Brodus Clay, US Championship: Cesaro retains, even though Funkadelic isn't one of the five languages he can speak.
The Miz vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Sin Cara vs. Cody Rhodes, Intercontinental Championship: Miz sneaks out a win in typical multi-man match fashion, taking advantage of a luchadore's work and stealing their pin.
Cena. Another month, another difficult call on whether Punk keeps the title or not. I think he should, but Cena has gone a long time without a title.
Sheamus. Time to end this feud. Well, PAST time. BTW, what's the official rules definition of a "Brogue Kick"? Is Sheamus allowed to kick his opponent as long as he doesn't kick too high? Or too hard? Or what?
Ziggler. Of course, this is based on my assumption that Dolph isn't cashing in. Orton's going to be filming, so he doesn't need a win much.
No Chants In Hell. They'd be crazy not to pull the trigger.
Layla. If Kaitlyn does well enough to stay in the title picture, it's win-win.
Cesaro. His push is just starting.
Cody. Just a feeling.
Obviously hard to pick the winner of a Battle Royal with no announced field (well, Zach Ryder says he's in) but, what the heck, let's go with the returning Ted DiBiase Jr.
Punk wins. Sheamus wins. Orton wins (I'd love to have Ziggler win, but I think we're going to get Orton vs Ziggler for the title at some point) Layla wins. The Miz wins Cesaro wins tag titles..hrrm...ya know, if this was anyone but Bryan/Kane we'd be saying wwe is too fast with putting the title on the wacky duo. Kofi & Truth are building feuds with 3 other tag teams..so that'd be wasted too. BUT. Damnit, it's Kane & Bryan (team friendship) so they win.
Not sure who wins the battle royale. Either Brodus or Kidd.
C.M. Punk vs. John Cena, WWE Championship Match: Punk. I could even see this as being with the help of Lesnar to set up "Never Before, Never Again - and this time we mean it" at Survivor Series. (And to continue the fantasy booking ... Lesnar proves his mercenary-ness by taking out Punk then taking his title, leading to Brock-Rock at Rumble and Rock-Cena II at WM.)
Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio, World Championship Match: Sheamus
Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler: Ziggler
R-Truth & Kofi Kingston vs. Daniel Bryan & Kane, WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Kane and Daniel Bryan
Layla vs. Kaitlyn, WWE Divas Championship Match: Layla
Antonio Cesaro vs. Pre-Match Battle Royal Winner, United States Championship Match: Cesaro
The Miz vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Sin Cara vs. Rey Mysterio, Fatal Four-Way for the Intercontinental Championship: The Miz
This show was pretty good. There was nothing that overly offended me, but there also wasn't anything that blew my mind, either. GOOD: -Monty Brown/Elix Skipper: I'm impressed with Monty Brown and I'm surprised he doesn't have a WWE contract right now.