I'm skipping this month due to meeting with the family.
Anyway, here it goes.
Clay/Otunga - Pre-show match - Clay with the splash, but will have the toughest match in his current incarnation.
Santino/Ricardo - Tuxedo match - Santino by opposing tuxedo shredding. Definite comedy match.
Christian/Rhodes - Intercontinental Title Match - Christian via Killswitch then frog splash pin. Rhodes goes to top tier.
Layla/Beth - Divas Title Match - Layla via rollup pin.
Sheamus/Ziggler - World Title Match - I actually had thoughts of a Ziggler win and title change. However, I see Sheamus with the Brogue Kick for the win. Then, Rhodes comes out and attacks Sheamus, thus I could see, IMO, Rhodes being next in line for a title opportunity.
Punk/Bryan/Kane - Triple Threat Match for the WWE Title - Close one, but Punk wins with GTS.
HHH's statement - Nothing electrifying, except he wants a match with Lesnar.
Cena/Show - Show via Laurenitis assistance cage escape for two reasons: 1) Just to keep the annoying People Power angle going. 2) To take Cena off for a couple of weeks for him to work on the personal issues (impending divorce), then have the BOD reinstate him after "reviewing" the tainted win, thus having the rematch next month.
If there's a bonus match, Ryback over 2 small independent wrestlers with laughable names. Hopefully in a couple of weeks, he could go against a bigger independent wrestler with a laughable name.
Cena. Somehow I think that they've finally figured out that John L. as authority figure isn't really working. And I think that they realize that another Cena firing that doesn't cause him to miss a show is pushing it. Not that Laurinitis necessarily will be gone from TV; it would be easy enough to bring him back as a heel manager or something. (In fact, it would actually be a good idea, and be fresh since they haven't done a male heel manager in ages--not the way they used to with Heenan or Jimmy Hart. So I guess I'm being optimistic enough in this prediction; they're not going to do THAT.)
Sheamus. Still building with him, and anyway it's not like they were planning to have Ziggler in this match.
Bryan. I'm surprising myself with this pick, but I don't really see any other possible title changes other than maybe the Layla/Beth match, which I doubt WWE even counts when considering what they're offering on the PPV. And Punk really has had that belt a while.
Christian. He just came back, and it's not like he's going to go move up to the main event. Unless the rash of SD injuries gets even worse....
Layla. A little early to change the title, and Beth is pretty bulletproof anyway.
Santino. I'm torn between "there shouldn't be a non-title match on PPV" and "there shouldn't be a tuxedo match for a title", but I guess the answer is don't book this match on the PPV. Anyway, it's a comedy segment, and I don't think a heel win accomplishes anything, so they may as well give Santino the win.
Brodus. An injury angle is no reason to job him to Otunga; it's just a way to try to make his beating Otunga mean something.
Cena vs. Big Show: Big Show wins. They wouldn't be making Big Show the newest monster heel if they wanted him to have his momentum stopped cold with a loss. Hell, it could be a shocking swerve June surprise and have Vince McMahon side with Laurinaitis and Big Show, giving them free reign to do whatever they want with Raw and Smackdown without the Board getting to mess things up. Stupider things have happened!
Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler: Sheamus wins. Hard to pick Ziggles when he was only put in as a last minute replacement. Now watch him go out and win just because no one expects him to!
CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Kane: If I keep picking Daniel Bryan, he'll win a title eventually, right? Bryan wins when AJ chooses him over Punk and Kane. He'll probably treat her like garbage anyway, but hey, it's Daniel Bryan.
Christian vs. Cody Rhodes: Christian retains. Lots of midcard heels for him to feud with. Sandow? Cesaro?
Layla vs. Beth Phoenix: Um. Layla, I guess?
Santino Marella vs. Ricardo Rodriguez: Santino wins, but good on Ricardo for getting a PPV payday despite Del Rio's injury. Clearly, he's appreciated!
Triple H vs. Snack Break: I hope I have some good snacks lined up!
Brodus Clay vs. David Otunga: Brodus, knee injury or not.
Ryback vs. Three Jobbers: Clearly, the winner will be the three job.. nah, Ryback.
The Usos vs. Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel vs. Epico and Primo vs. Prime Time Playas: Last-minute addition! Primo and Epico win.
Lesnar had who knows what politics around behind the scenes to make his a murkier situation, along with being on a limited-date one year contract. Big Show doesn't have to worry about that. Presumably!
John Cena vs. The Big Show, Steel Cage Match: Changed my pick to Cena after having second thoughts. Now watch it come back to bite me
Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler, World Heavyweight Championship Match: Sheamus
CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Kane, Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship: Have to go with Punk here. Perhaps after AJ tries to interfere to help Bryan (with the goal of winning him back), but fails miserably.
Christian vs. Cody Rhodes, Intercontinental Championship Match: Christian
Layla vs. Beth Phoenix, Divas Championship Match: \ Beth
Santino Marella vs. Ricardo Rodriguez, Tuxedo Match: Santino
The evolution of Mark Henry into greatness made the year for me. STarting with the Big Show he went on a serious stretch of insanely great matches, promos, angles. He worked hurt, and throughout the year looked like a BEAST.