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Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus squeaks by to keep up their mystique and to keep up the angle. Perhaps someone from Team WWE turns to help Nexus. Barrett is the obvious choice as sole survivor for his team; I don't see WWE booking them too strong here where more than one guy survives.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Orton wins the title to give the fans something to cheer about, because...

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: ...Kane wins here to set-up a title feud with his storyline brother.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: Show wins here and we could see the beginning of the disbanding of the SES.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Fox wins and the chase continues for Melina. She'll get it sooner rather than later, though.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston, Intercontinental Championship Match: Dolph retains.


(edited by geemoney on 15.8.10 1807)
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.94
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus will win, but not the dominant kind of victory that they got on Raw a couple of weeks ago. The other team has Cena and will not be made to look like chumps. Miz might take the place of the injured Khali and turn on team WWE. Barrett will be the survivor.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Sheamus will go over. Orton will go to the back of the line and work his way up and become a triumphant champion some time later. If Trips gets healthy, there's an insta-feud for Sheamus.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Kane.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: The SES has not been treated too well recently, which tells me that creative have either lost faith in them or they feel that the SES has run its course. Either way, Show will win and the SES will crack.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Melina.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston, Intercontinental Championship: Dolph.

(edited by used2bcool on 11.8.10 1949)


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.86
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus wins, despite the return of Daniel Bryan and/or Triple H.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Sheamus.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Kane.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: The Big Show.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Melina wins.

EDIT: Dolph over Kofi.

(edited by El Nastio on 11.8.10 1251)


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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.41
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: I think Nexus makes a strong showing, but Team WWE prevails with Cena and the mystery partner surviving. Bonus: Said partner WON'T be Miz, who turns them down. I'll actually guess Triple H as the final partner.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Orton wins the title, but Sheamus lays him out afterwards. Miz cashes in the briefcase and pins Orton to become a double champion. Michael Cole jizzes in his pants.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Rey wins by DQ when Kane beats the unholy hell out of him. Undertaker makes his return to set up the inevitable feud.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: The SES walk out on Punk, leaving him alone with Show. Show wins.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Fox wins via shenanigans. Melina gets her rematch later.

EDIT: The Dolph/Kofi match is officially in. I'll say Kofi takes the title back.

(edited by It's False on 14.8.10 1302)



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.08
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus wins. The Mystery Man will be ... Daniel Bryan, but in the end John Cena turns on him and joins the Nexus.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: The Miz.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Kane.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society: SES.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Melina.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi, IC Championship Match: Dolph.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.61
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus. Barrett pins Cena with help from whoever turns on the team.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Tough call on this one as I can make a strong case for either one, but since this is Orton's 'last chance' he'll win.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Kane retains because otherwise the storyline with the Undertaker goes nowhere. I actually think Taker will get involved and cost Rey the match.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: SES wins but the seeds sown to help set up the end of the SES.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Melina wins.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston, Intercontinental Championship Match: I'll take a throwback to SS '93. Kofi 'wins' but goes to far/won't release a hold and the decision is reversed ala Bret/Lawler

(edited by Loosie on 13.8.10 2215)


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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.79
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus wins. Everyone expects HHH to come back here, but I predict it will be Daniel Bryan instead. HHH's return is unlike Cena's Rumble return because the booking at the Rumble needed Cena, we don't need HHH involved here.

Bryan returns as Khali's replacement but Jericho turns on Team WWE in order to facilitate his pre-booked feud vs the "True Threat" Cena.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Sheamus via DQ

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Kane

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: SES

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Melina

Kofi vs. Diggler, IC Championship Match: Diggler

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Team WWE vs. Nexus: A lot of people are predicting Triple H to come back but if and when he does return, it will be a feud with Sheamus. I will also say Nexus wins here with Barrett as the sole survivor and I will also agree that Nexus wins with someone from Team WWE turning on the team to help Nexus continue the feud with Team WWE.

WWE Championship- Sheamus (c) vs. Randy Orton; I am still bent on Triple H returning soon enough and having a title match with Sheamus and therefore we see Sheamus retain here and see him go one up on Randy Orton.

World Heavyweight Championship- Kane (c) vs. Rey Mysterio; I do not like to predict both champs retaining but I will with Kane keeping the belt and setting up the eventual feud with Undertaker (cue Undertaker's music and lights after Kane beats Mysterio).

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society; The last couple of weeks have shown cracks in the SES and a win by Big Show makes the crack in the SES even bigger.

Divas Championship- Alica Fox (c) vs. Melina; Alica Fox wins to retain but for how much longer? Not too much longer but Fox still proves winning the title "was no fluke".

I am assuming one or two matches will be added for SummerSlam.

(If it happens) Intercontinental Championship- Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Kofi Kingston; The time they finally put the IC belt on Dolph, it ends up during a time period where he has become irrelevant. I will say Kofi wins and Dolph had a nice short run with the IC belt.
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.43
My only prediction is that whoever is the seventh man for Team WWE won't be there at the start of the match. He'll show up when it's down to John Cena versus multiple members of Nexus. His music will hit, he'll come to the ring, and the crowd will go wild. IMHO I could see this working for both Daniel Bryan and Triple H.

Now, if WWE really wanted to duplicate the magic of the original nWo angle, they could take this Nexus angle one step further by going Bash at the Beach '96 on us by having Triple H return as I described above, but once he hits the ring he attacks John Cena instead of the Nexus guys. Match ends in a no-contest while everyone watching goes batshit crazy.

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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.08
    Originally posted by StingArmy
    My only prediction is that whoever is the seventh man for Team WWE won't be there at the start of the match. He'll show up when it's down to John Cena versus multiple members of Nexus. His music will hit, he'll come to the ring, and the crowd will go wild. IMHO I could see this working for both Daniel Bryan and Triple H.

    Now, if WWE really wanted to duplicate the magic of the original nWo angle, they could take this Nexus angle one step further by going Bash at the Beach '96 on us by having Triple H return as I described above, but once he hits the ring he attacks John Cena instead of the Nexus guys. Match ends in a no-contest while everyone watching goes batshit crazy.

    - StingArmy


I don't think that a Triple H heelturn would have the same effect as the Hogan turn had back in the day, because people are used to seeing Triple H as a heel. They weren't with Hogan. And they wouldn't be (especially the kids) with Cena. Of course, I know that Cena was a heel at first, but that was "ages" ago. My point is, if WWE really wants to go Bash at the Beach 96 it HAS TO BE Cena who turns on Team WWE.
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.10
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus wins. I'll pick Daniel Bryan for the surprise seventh spot, and he'll turn on Team WWE to give Nexus the win. And I will surely be disappointed when that doesn't happen.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton: Sheamus retains.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio: Kane retains.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society: Big Show wins.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina: Fox retains.

If Kofi vs. Dolph happens, Dolph retains.
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.43
    Originally posted by Tyler Durden
    I don't think that a Triple H heelturn would have the same effect as the Hogan turn had back in the day, because people are used to seeing Triple H as a heel. They weren't with Hogan. And they wouldn't be (especially the kids) with Cena. Of course, I know that Cena was a heel at first, but that was "ages" ago. My point is, if WWE really wants to go Bash at the Beach 96 it HAS TO BE Cena who turns on Team WWE.

Yeah, I thought about that. I didn't mean to imply that it would be as shocking as Hogan turning heel. I'm not sure there's any way to accomplish that level of surprise anymore. I was more talking about the way it went down and how the "outside" faction first began its path to truly being an unstoppable juggernaut: returning face shocks everyone by joining forces with the invading heels.

That said, how long has it been since Triple H was a heel (I'm genuinely asking, I barely watched any wrestling for several years prior to this January)? As far as I can tell he was face-ing it up with Shawn Michaels and/or DX for quite some time. As for Cena, if I'm to believe what everyone says, there's no way they'll turn him heel while he's still the main hero of their target audience.

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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.52
    Originally posted by StingArmy
    That said, how long has it been since Triple H was a heel


Spring 2006.
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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.43
    Originally posted by Tyler Durden
      Originally posted by StingArmy
      My only prediction is that whoever is the seventh man for Team WWE won't be there at the start of the match. He'll show up when it's down to John Cena versus multiple members of Nexus. His music will hit, he'll come to the ring, and the crowd will go wild. IMHO I could see this working for both Daniel Bryan and Triple H.

      Now, if WWE really wanted to duplicate the magic of the original nWo angle, they could take this Nexus angle one step further by going Bash at the Beach '96 on us by having Triple H return as I described above, but once he hits the ring he attacks John Cena instead of the Nexus guys. Match ends in a no-contest while everyone watching goes batshit crazy.

      - StingArmy


    I don't think that a Triple H heelturn would have the same effect as the Hogan turn had back in the day, because people are used to seeing Triple H as a heel. They weren't with Hogan. And they wouldn't be (especially the kids) with Cena. Of course, I know that Cena was a heel at first, but that was "ages" ago. My point is, if WWE really wants to go Bash at the Beach 96 it HAS TO BE Cena who turns on Team WWE.


The only two guys I can think of who would have an impact akin to Hogan's heel turn in 1996 in this scenario would be Undertaker (vegetative) or Shawn Michaels (retired, he insists), and even then not quite the same regardless. Or Vince McMahon, but everyone would see it coming if he shows his face.

It's true, the only scenario that would exceed Hogan's heel turn would be someone else in Cena's role and Cena being the one who runs in as the savior and then betrays WWE for Nexus but that ain't gonna happen. It would be epic, though.

(edited by John Orquiola on 10.8.10 1202)


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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.43
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
      Originally posted by StingArmy
      That said, how long has it been since Triple H was a heel


    Spring 2006.

Thanks. So it hasn't been as long as Cena (2003ish?) but four years is practically an eternity by today's standards. If you factor in the circumstances for his current hiatus (shelving at the hands of the dastardly Sheamus) I would say a Triple H return-and-turn would be pretty epic. Although, admittedly, not as epic as a John Cena turn and certainly nowhere near as epic as Hogan's turn.

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Team WWE vs. Team Nexus
It comes down to John Cena and Chris Jericho vs 5 members of Nexus. Cena attacks Jericho and joins Nexus but instead of it being a Cena heel turn, Nexus turns face and the entire WWE turns heel. (The mystery partner will be a man who has received repeated mention in the past several weeks: The Mountie.)


Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match
Orton wins via RKO. Sheamus beats down Orton. HHH returns to get his revenge on Sheamus and beats down Orton as well, out of habit. The Miz's music hits and he comes out with a referee and the briefcase. He then hands the briefcase over to HHH and then lies down between Orton and Sheamus so HHH can pin all three of them simultaneously, becoming the new WWE champion.


Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match
With all of the talk of slamming people in caskets, I presume this is going to become a casket match. Rey hits a seated senton into the casket, causing the door to come down on both of them, resulting in the first ever draw in a casket match. As it's a draw, Kane retains the title.


Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match
Due to the damage to his hand, Big Show becomes addicted to pain killers and begs CM Punk to save him. Punk refuses because Show can't shave his head. Edge then comes out and declares that he is the only straight Edge in the WWE and that CM Punk is actually fruity edge. (Because you can't say gay in PG, which might be one of the benefits, actually.) Edge then has sex with Serena, using Big Show for a mattress.


Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match
Realizing that this is the first time the Divas Championship has ever been defended on PPV without a white competitor, Vince McMahon panics and makes it a triple threat with Jillian Hall. Alicia and Melina express their mutual hatred of Jillian by teaming up the entire match, never once breaking the alliance. At the end, Melina gets distracted by a roll of duct tape, allowing Alica to hit Jillian with the axe kick for the pin. (Alternatively, the Bellas get inserted into the match for absolutely no reason, only to pin both Alicia and Melina simultaneously, becoming the Co-Divas Champions and feuding with LayCool, leading up to a Wrestlemania match to unify the co-championships, resulting in Alarming Kong coming down and pinning all four of them to become the first ever Unified Vagina Bearers Champion (because she's so fat it will take all four belts to go around her waist.))


Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston
Kofi beats the shit out of Dolph until Kane, noticing Kofi's new violent streak, decides he must have been the one who helped Rey Mysterio plant the Undertaker in a garden, so he comes out and beats down Kofi. Vicky has Dolph declared the winner by DQ. Kofi then admits that his newly unleashed rage is a result of Intermittent Explosive Disorder which he caught from Randy Orton when they both got cut in a match. Kofi has become addicted to the medication required to curb the IED and has started to develop a tolerance. He turns to CM Punk to save him and Punk accepts because he realizes how awesome it will be to shave of Kofi's dreadlocks one by one.

Punk spends an entire hour doing just this on the following Smackdown and the hour long promo he cuts in the process is more entertaining than the entire history of ECW, including his own reign as ECW champion where he couldn't cut cool promos because a face telling you not to do drugs just comes off as a douche, whereas a heel telling you to do drugs and intentionally being a douche is awesome.


LayCool vs. Tiffelly
This is a ladder match in which both halves of the Women's Championship are suspended above the ring and whomever has a half at the end of the match is the co-champion. Lawler makes at least 50 references to being able to see up Tiffany's skirt every time she climbs the ladder until Striker finally has enough and shoot beats down Lawler, putting him through the Spanish announce table with the Golden Rule. Striker then stalks off, leaving Michael Cole to call the main event by himself until Josh Matthews takes Striker's lead and attacks Cole, frog splashing (that's his fnisher, according to Wikipedia. Wikipedia also informs me that Josh is married. To a woman. A very nice looking one, at that. That could be vandalism, however.) him through the other announce table, leading to the return of Jim Ross because, quite frankly, who the fuck wants to listen to Michael Cole calling the heel turn of John Cena? While all of this is going on, Michelle McCool and Kelly Kelly end up with half of the belt each, leading to the Wacky Tag Team Partners That Can't Get Along But Everyone Wants To See Make Out.

In the dark match, Hornswoggle pins Zach Ryder.
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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.52
    Originally posted by InVerse
    Melina gets distracted by a roll of duct tape


YES


    Alarming Kong


YES


    Wikipedia also informs me that Josh is married. To a woman.


RUE DE BONA

(edited by JustinShapiro on 10.8.10 1617)
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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
    Originally posted by KJames199
    Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: Nexus wins. I'll pick Daniel Bryan for the surprise seventh spot, and he'll turn on Team WWE to give Nexus the win. And I will surely be disappointed when that doesn't happen.


This is an important part! Like many of you, I am fond of seeing Daniel Bryan engage in the arts of professional wrestling. However, WWE hasn't promised he'd show up. They haven't even hinted he'd show up. Bryan hasn't hinted he'd show up. There is no reason to expect Bryan to be the 7th man except it would be really neat. Things don't happen just because they're neat.

If he shows up, that'll be super. But so many of you are expecting something to happen that's not going to happen, and any I hope you're not let down when it doesn't happen. Or, if you're disappointed, you're disappointed in yourself for believing Santa Claus is coming down your chimney in the middle of August.



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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.10
    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    WWE hasn't promised he'd show up. They haven't even hinted he'd show up. Bryan hasn't hinted he'd show up.
If they said he'd be there, then it wouldn't be a surprise, now would it?

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    There is no reason to expect Bryan to be the 7th man except it would be really neat.
Agreed. My predictions tend to fluctuate between what I really hope for (Bryan returns) and what I really dread (HHH returns) depending on my mood. I really suspect that Nexus will squeak by and THIS FEUD MUST CONTINUE but that's kinda boring.

    I hope you're not let down when it doesn't happen.
I will be, a little, because what I want to see happen is usually better than what actually happens.
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#20 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.72
Team WWE vs. Team Nexus: I'm gonna say Miz is the 7th man (which actually seems to be going out on a limb in this thread), Nexus wins, and nobody turns.

Sheamus vs. Randy Orton, WWE Championship Match: Sheamus wins.

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio, World Championship Match: Kane.

Big Show vs. The Straight Edge Society, Handicap Match: SES = Angle/Reigns/Jindrak. Show dominates.

Alicia Fox vs. Melina, Divas Championship Match: Melina.

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