WWE Championship: Barrett. (Rooting for Jericho). World Heavyweight Championship: Kane. (Rooting for Kane). U.S. Championship: Bryan. (Rooting for Bryan). Intercontinental Championship: Ziggler. (Don't care.) Big Show/Punk: Punk. (Rooting for Punk). Women's Unification: Melina. (Rooting for Melina. I hope the Women's Championship belt stays and the Divas Championship belt goes).
Still no word on WWE.com about a tag-team title bout. Of course, they still have SmackDown to book it.
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Orton. He's been getting the big face push and, for reasons I will never understand, people seem to be responding to it. It might actually make more sense to use this to set-up Orton winning it in a one-on-one match next month, but I'm thinking he'll win it now, do Sheamus' rematch next month, and move on.
Kane. The new weakened, sympathetic Taker is worth continuing.
Bryan. Possibly by DQ, but I think he will actually get the belt. The E likes to give new guys a run with a secondary strap, and Miz can heel it up and then be free to refocus on the WWE title.
Dolph. This feud is well past its sell-by date. Another title change would mean another rematch.
CM Punk. He needs it.
McCool. The numbers game takes over, and the face gets to chase.
And no one has mentioned this, but Meltz says to also expect the Harts vs. Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes. And, hey, the ads say "every belt will be defended," and surely the McMahons would never lie to us! I'll say the Harts, although I could easily see Drew and Cody being champs when the dust settles (i.e. after a later rematch which has actually been promoted).
1) Wade Barrett - out of all the six of them, he's the only one that needs a title. See Miz match for other possibility.
2) Kane-Undertaker - disqualification or screw job, Kane retains.
3) Miz - Bryan - Miz retains but the order of the matches on a PPV is important. If Miz loses and it's the first match, Miz cashes in MiTB
4) Dolph-Kofi - Kofi wins to set up possible united title with Miz. But if Bryan wins, Dolph wins this one.
5) Bis Show CM Punk - unless they are trying to bury Punk on purpose, Punk has to win but a weak win.
6) Womens belt - Melina wins.
7) Tag team titles - does anyone care? Let's pray the WWE brings back the Dudley boyz.
I think if HHH does make an appearance, Cena is turning heel for the first time in his career. Then they can start setting up a Cena-Undertaker match at the 2011 Wrestlemnia. Makes sense, Cena is the only wrestler they can hype up to be a threat to Undertaker, and no way Undertaker is going heel.
Originally posted by shawnpatrick 3) Miz - Bryan - Miz retains but the order of the matches on a PPV is important. If Miz loses and it's the first match, Miz cashes in MiTB
This stuck out at me as being very astute. And regardless of when the match goes, the psychology behind the match will be interesting. Does the Miz save his energies to cash in after a six-pack elimination challenge?
Does the Miz deliberately gets himself DQ'd or counted out to save his energy, only to have Daniel Bryan cause him to become the first person to lose after cashing in the brief case?
A lot of intrigue going into this PPV.
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Syxx-Pac Challenge: Barrett I actually think Sheamus might retain here, but Barrett's the better option. While I don't know that he's "ready" to be WWE Champion, I don't think Sheamus was either and he did fine with it. If they want to keep the nXt storyline going, they need to have a little more leverage.
Undertaker vs. Kane: Kane The story is just getting its legs and it's be pretty sad to cut it off right now. Taker dominates the match, but can't finish Kane off and is left to stew about how to get his powers back.
The Miz vs. Daniel Bryan: Miz While Miz cashing in the briefcase is a neat idea, this isn't really the time to do it. Miz wins by a silly DQ, Bryan wins Monday on RAW, letting him focus on the title next month.
The Hart Dynasty vs Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes: Drew/Cody I would've said the Harts here because they have more cache and potential as a team than Drew and Cody and those two could use a full month of teaming to make this work, but WWE doesn't care about any of that and the Harts just jobbed to Jericho by himself so....
Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston: Kofi Too many heels going over so far, and Dolph can do his whole thing without the title. Kofi needs it more right now.
The Big Show vs. CM Punk: Honestly, probably the toughest match on the card to pick because they both could really use a win. I'll say Punk wins the match, but Show takes out the SES afterwards.
Melina vs. Michelle McCool/Layla: Melina Another face has to win, and Melina's a better bet than LayCool. They can always fall back on their gig with Kaval. I half expect Melina to blow out her knee again during this match, though.
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- Sheamus vs. John Cena vs. Randy Orton vs. Edge vs. Chris Jericho vs. Wade Barrett, Six-Pack Challenge Elimination Match for the WWE Championship
Barrett needs this one more than the others. Maybe he wins with help from some nXt2 gUyS?
- Kane vs. The Undertaker, World Heavyweight Championship Match
- The Miz vs. Daniel Bryan, United States Championship Match
Daniel Bryan. Like others said, if this match is early I expect Miz to show up after the 6 pack challenge.
- Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston, Intercontinental Championship Match
- The Big Show vs. C.M. Punk
C.M. Punk, because everyone beats the Big Show at PPVs.
- Melina vs. Layla OR Michelle McCool, Women's Championship and Divas Championship Unification Match
I almost smell a Sports Entertainment finish where Melina beats one of them, only to have the other one rush the ring and pin her, with it being announced that she wrestled the wrong woman the first time. Either way, LayCool retains, and I'll go with McCool.
- Harts are wrestling too? And the WWE can't be bothered to think of opponents before the match is announced? I gotta go with the Harts I guess.
Should I go watch this at the theatre? I can't decide.
Kane beats UT McCool wins the unified Divas' title Ziggler retains the IC title Punk should beat Show, but won't Harts will lose the tag belts to somebody Bryan wins the US belt Sheamus retains the WWE title
Bryan over Miz via DQ when A-Ri interferes. McCool over Melina Kofi over Ziggler to win the IC belt when Kaitlyn's interference backfires. Harts over Cody/Drew. Cody attacks Drew after loss, eventually leading to Cody vs. Kofi. Punk over Show Orton wins the Six Pack elimination challenge. Kane over UT
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Quezzy, To be honest, as long as one of the guys isn't Hall, Nash or Hogan, I don't really care what the order is. The order doesn't really have all that much historical significance (except for the oddity that the #30 draw has never won a Rumble match)...