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WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 Predictions: WNZ Staff Picks

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With WWE Hell in a Cell just hours away, the WNZ Staff and I have been busily compiling predictions for the upcoming PPV. There are a total of seven matches scheduled to take place at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida including the main event Hell in a Cell contest between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan for the vacant WWE Championship.

Hell in a Cell 2013 is bound to be an exciting and violent affair, so feel free to join the conversation and express your predictions in the comments section.

Without further ado, here are the Hell in a Cell 2013 predictions presented to you by the WNZ Staff:

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Kickoff Match: Curtis Axel (c) vs. Big E. Langston (Intercontinental Championship)

Update from WWE.com – Curtis Axel vs. Big E. Langston has been cancelled due to an injury suffered by Curtis Axel.

 

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Los Matadores vs. Real Americans

Marshall Ward: This should be tremendous as both Los Matadores and The Real Americans have been wildly entertaining. Expect an explosive “Ole!” chant from the crowd to get this off to a great start as Los Matadores dazzle Swagger and Cesaro with double Suplexes and double back body drops. Cesaro’s Giant Swing on Diego will slow things down, though, as The Real Americans know how to dictate the pace of a match. But in the spirit of great Puerto Rican tag teams like the Invaders and the Super Medics, Los Matadores will showcase their double-teaming talents and natural athleticism with diving cross bodies, Huricanrana’s, and tornado DDTs before picking up the win with a Double Samoan Drop Springboard Senton on Swagger, with the help of El Torito. Ole!

John Deegan: This is a match I could have seen going either way. Los Matadores, being the new hot team, would be hard to see losing. The Real Americans are a solid enough team worthy of the W too. That being said, I see this as a win for Primo and Epico, and I expect to see more hints at a likely Cesaro face turn.

Zach Arnold: A logical finish to keep the program going would be for Swagger to lose or to cost Cesaro the match, planting the seeds for a babyface turn eventually.

Alex Giardini: No way that Los Matadores lose on pay-per-view, but there is a definite chance we see a Giant Swing on El Torito. This should be a solid match and hopefully The Real Americans could become legitimate title contenders one day.

Adrian Fylonenko: Los Matadores are undefeated since debuting about a month ago on Raw. However, out of the six or seven matches they’ve had, six of them have been against Heath Slater’s 3MB. The victories were impressive, but the Real Americans are an extremely talented team who has been underutilized from the get go. My heart is telling me that Los Matadores are going to win, but, I can see Zeb Colter attacking El’ Torito, causing a distraction and resulting in Cesaro rolling up one of the “brothers”.

Jonathan Essington: I think fans of all levels will be pleasantly surprised by this match, pitting two of the best pure wrestlers in the WWE versus a nicely repackaged high-flying duo. There will be comedy, but there will also be solid wrestling. The Matadors are good wrestlers and everyone knows what Swagger and Cesaro bring to the table between the ropes. Look for this feud to continue with a victory by the Matadors.

Results: Los Matadores [5] Real Americans [1]

 

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AJ Lee (c) vs. Brie Bella (Divas Championship)

Marshall Ward: It may be an antiquated term, but AJ Lee is a credit to the business. She is absolutely engaging in her role and in a league of her own. I’ve really enjoyed the psychology in her feud with Brie Bella, as it’s reminiscent of the memorable battles between Trish Stratus and Mickie James. And though AJ will captivate the Miami crowd with some well-timed Shiranuis and Tilt-a-Whirl DDTs, something tells me Brie will get the win here by disqualification when things get out of hand with Tamina and Nikki at Battleground.

John Deegan: Brie is riding a win streak against AJ into the PPV. So, I think AJ wins this one. Probably a decent enough match, as they’ve both been turning in good efforts. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, odds are the diva to dethrone AJ is not currently on the active roster (unless they turn Tamina).

Zach Arnold: Given that the Bellas are tied to Cena & Bryan, it seems as if the Bellas push will never end and they’ll have a title to celebrate on their reality show.

Alex Giardini: If Brie Bella could not win the Divas title last month at Battleground, why should she win this time around? Of course, she is involved in the Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan feud yet putting the title on her now would be somewhat puzzling.

Adrian Fylonenko: Honestly, this is a really intriguing match up because I really have no idea who is going to win. AJ Lee has been phenomenal as a ferocious, vicious, Jim Ross Jezebel like devil woman of a champion and Brie Bella is trying her best to get over with the dead silent WWE Universe. In their spare time, Daniel Bryan must be teaching his fiance some wrestling moves because Brie continues to get better each and every night on WWE TV. I expect these two Divas to have an entertaining match with Brie Bella getting the win via the Yes Lock! Wow, actually, that would be a pretty cool finish, huh?

Jonathan Essington: AJ Lee. No question about it. This is a make up match because officials didn’t understand why Brie wasn’t being cheered as much as they wanted her to be. Brie may pull off some nice moves and continue to show people that she can somewhat hold her own in the ring, but AJ will win. Wonder how long the Tamina/AJ pairing will last?

Results: AJ Lee [3] Brie Bella [3]

 

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Cody Rhodes & Goldust (c) vs. The Shield vs. The Usos (WWE Tag Team Championship)

Marshall Ward: This will likely be the curtain jerker and should be an amazing display of athleticism as all three teams have a ton of momentum going into this one. The Usos are one of the most entertaining and cohesive tag teams to watch, resembling some of the great Polynesian teams of yesteryear like Jimmy Snuka and The Tonga Kid. But “The Hounds of Justice” are fierce and masters at cutting the ring in half. Look for them to lay a beating early on to Goldust, before Cody Rhodes makes a hot tag and delivers a picture perfect dropkick to Seth Rollins. The Usos will get some offense of their own in with those vicious kicks to the head and chest, before delivering a Samoan Drop and Superfly Splash on Rhodes. Interference from Dean Ambrose will break the count, as Roman Reigns delivers a power slam to Jimmy Uso. Mayhem ensues as Reigns’ clothesline from hell takes out Goldust. But it will be Rhodes who takes advantage and hits the Cross Rhodes on a weakened Rollins to score the pin. I can see the three teams meeting again at Survivor Series, perhaps in a Fatal Four-Way with The Real Americans thrown into the mix.

John Deegan: I say either the Rhodes Brothers retain, or The Shield recapture the straps here, but keep your eyes on this one. It’s quite possible this match is the match of the night. While I’d love the Usos to finally taste gold, I get a feeling that it’s not quite their time. For me it’s a coin flip, and right now the flip says Cody and Dustin hold on to the belts a bit longer.

Zach Arnold: Makes sense here for Cody & Goldust to retain the belts with help from the Usos fending off Shield, thus setting up Usos vs. Rhodes at Survivor Series. This should be the most intriguing undercard match by far.

Alex Giardini: Taking the titles away from The Rhodes Brothers would be insane at this point, since they have an incredible amount of momentum as of late and in the main event picture on the weekly television shows. This contest could be the dark horse of the night.

Adrian Fylonenko: This has the potential to be the match of the night, considering who the competitors are. All three teams are undeniably talented and Goldust has just been a revelation since coming back and teaming up with his brother. Goldust looks better in the ring right now than he did 8-10 years ago, and that’s really saying something. Both Rhodes brothers have been underutilized throughout their entire careers and seeing them with the tag team gold is too good to give up. Plus, they only won the Titles less than a month ago. I see Goldust picking up the win after pinning Seth Rollins, after Cody hits him with Cross Rhodes. I think the Usos are going to be tag team champions in the very near future, they are very talented, but tonight will not be their time. The Shield are going to go on to do bigger and better things and are the breakout stars of the year in my eyes.

Jonathan Essington: The Rhodes retain, probably with a pin on one of the Usos. I think the Rhodes will keep the belts until the next PPV or December, where a loss splits them and sets up the potential rift that will lead to the WM30 match between the brothers.

Results: Goldust & Cody Rhodes [6] The Shield [0] The Usos [0]

 

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CM Punk vs. Ryback & Paul Heyman (Handicap Hell in a Cell)

Marshall Ward: It’s been said that Hell in a Cell was built by the wicked, ruled by the ruthless. And while Ryback may “rule,” there is none more ruthless than CM Punk. Welcome to hell, Paul Heyman. It will be a bloodletting (the hard way) of biblical proportions when Punk finally gets his hands on “the mad scientist,” trapped inside two tons of unforgiving steel. As legendary announcer Gordon Solie would say: “His head has been lacerated, his face quickly becoming a crimson mask.” But let’s not forget, Heyman was once ruler of “The Land of Extreme” and will have something up his sleeve in the form of a foreign object. Sneaky and sadistic, look for Heyman to get some dastardly offense in on Punk at opportune times, only to retreat when the Straight Edge Superstar gets the upper hand. Ryback is a bona fide monster and should dominate the first 10 minutes, but his phenomenal strength and aggression won’t be enough to stop Punk’s full-on assault. After an extremely physical match, Punk reverses Ryback’s Shell Shocked finisher with a brutally effective GTS in the center of the ring. Begging for mercy, Heyman pleads with Punk, who will show him none. Punk knocks Heyman on his can with the GTS, ending the match and this highly emotional feud. At Hell in a Cell, Punk wins.

John Deegan: CM Punk vs. Ryback & Paul Heyman (Hell in a Cell): We’ve seen Punk and Ryback before. Adding Heyman might help. I certainly hope so, I don’t think the odds are against Punk, but I do expect that Heyman will have another trick up his sleeve-or under the ring-to help avoid a beating from Punk. I say Ryback and Paul win, letting the feud live on through Survivor Series.

Zach Arnold: This screams of Heyman losing and getting beat up badly to set up the return of Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series.

Alex Giardini: We could finally see CM Punk get his hands on Paul Heyman and if the rumors of unhappiness with Ryback backstage are true, Heyman could break away from the juggernaut and blame him for his beating. Could we see Brock Lesnar appear to save Heyman?

Adrian Fylonenko: I think the promo work between Punk and Heyman has been the highlight during this rivalry. This feud has absolutely nothing to do with Ryback, he is just the muscle and the Brock Lesnar type of guy when the beast isn’t around. (Just wanted to say that I think Ryback has thrived in his role as Heyman’s client. The whole bromance, love connection thing has been hilarious, awkward at times and more importantly, entertaining). Anyways, I think this feud has to continue since we are heading into Survivor Series. I have a feeling that Heyman is going to pin Punk once again and Punk will get his payback at the upcoming PPV. It will be Team Punk vs. Team Heyman, which I am completely okay with. Paul Heyman defeats CM Punk after Ryback delivers a Shell Shock.

Jonathan Essington:  Ryback is easily the most unfortunate big rising star in recent memory. Correct me if I’m wrong (and I may be), but he has amassed an impressive total of one  victory over the course of the PPVs that he’s been featured on. He loses routinely at PPVs and I don’t see this one being any different. Punk gets a win and the feud will probably be blown off at Survivor Series.

Results: CM Punk [4] Ryback & Paul Heyman [2]

 

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Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. John Cena (World Heavyweight Championship)

Marshall Ward: Like Randy Orton’s RKO, this match came from out of nowhere, as Cena and Del Rio were barely on each other’s radars prior to Cena leaving the active roster due to injury. Regardless, it should be a good match as Del Rio, crafty and always the opportunist will target Cena’s elbow with his double knee arm breaker early on. But Cena will have his working boots on and fire back with a running leaping shoulder block and a diving leg drop bulldog, only to have ADR target the arm once again with his signature arm wringer. Despite the immense pain, the superhuman strength of Cena will prevail in this toe-to-toe battle that takes place midway through the stacked card at American Airlines Arena. Weakened by ADR’s unrelenting efforts to work the arm, Cena manages to endure and delivers a surprise Attitude Adjustment when Del Rio is least expecting. To the delight of the hot Miami crowd, Cena covers ADR to become the new World Heavyweight Champion. Whether you like him or hate him, the champ is here.

John Deegan: WWE (corporate) loves Cena. Cena rushes back early from injury. So, Cena should win, right? In all likelihood…probably. But, smart booking has this match ending with Cena empty handed. Whether that means giving ADR a clean, solid win, or allowing Sandow to cash in…I am actually liking ADR for the win.

Zach Arnold: The most logical finish here would be for Cena to win by disqualification and then have Del Rio attack his arm, therefore making it personal and setting up a bigger match at Survivor Series. This is eerily similar to what happened with Hulk Hogan in 1990. He did the jobski to Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania 6 and came back in four months to feud with Earthquake & Dino Bravo. Hogan got a DQ win there and the program continued until Hogan & Warrior teamed up against Slaughter and company. It’s entirely possible to see Bryan & Cena team up against The Authority for Royal Rumble.

Alex Giardini: Who knows how the fans will approach John Cena’s quick return, and in all honesty, if officials decide to put the title on Cena tomorrow night, it proves that they are hesitant to trust any other superstar to take the reins while he is gone. Del Rio is on a decent run, and they should let him retain.

Adrian Fylonenko: I’m not a Cena lover or a Cena hater, but this was such an unexpected match, I don’t know what to think. I think it’s great that Cena is able to return early, even though that may not be a popular decision on this website. It’s truly remarkable that Cena is able to return and get in the ring so quickly after having major surgery. Anyways, I expect John Cena to defeat Alberto Del Rio via DQ. Del Rio will lock in the Cross Arm Breaker and will not let go of the count, just like what happened during his match against RVD Battleground. It’s an unpopular finish, and Cena winning the World Title would be an ultimate feel-good story, but I want this feud to last a bit longer. I think we are going to see a more vicious side of Alberto Del Rio.

Jonathan Essington:  My hope is that Sandow finally cashes in here. With a cash-in, the WWE could really start the makings of a star as Sandow will be squarely opposed to the former face of the WWE, John Cena. I give Cena that win as they’ll love to get the crowd to pop hard for that first victory back after a grueling. But as Cena celebrates, Sandow finds a way to walk out and deprive Cena of his moment. Tons of Cena fans immediately identify him as the guy who spoiled Superman’s return, giving Sandow a bigger platform to continue to prove himself as a star.

Results: Alberto Del Rio [2] John Cena [3] *Sandow Cash-In on Cena [1]

 

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Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan (WWE Championship, Hell in a Cell with HBK as Special Guest Referee)

Marshall Ward:  It’s a match that both men have to win, and neither man can afford to lose. For Bryan, this match is about honor and pride, looking to once and for all settle the score. Keeping mentally focused will be key as he feels his way through the diabolical structure in the opening minutes of the match, brawling with Orton and pummeling him with kicks and multiple elbow strikes. Wrestling extensively in Japan and Britain, and through the Indies from Full Impact Pro to Ring of Honor, Bryan has proven to be a hybrid, and this match-up will be no different as he adapts his style to the extreme level of violence we can expect from the Viper. Bryan claims that Orton is going to get his “head kicked in,” but I think it will be Big Show — delivering his devastating WMD through one of those holes in the cage — that will knock the 10-time world champion senseless. Can Bryan capture gold at Hell in a Cell? If Michaels calls this one down the middle, the answer, I believe, is a resounding YES.

John Deegan: For yet another PPV, I fully expect the WWE title to be overshadowed by the surrounding storyline. In this case, I think it’s a foregone conclusion that Shawn Michaels will somehow get involved. I call it an Orton win, but something tells me this match has a major surprise in store.

Zach Arnold: Bryan gets the win with Shawn Michaels doing the right thing and not listening to Hunter. I hate the fact that Hell in a Cell, which was a concept to tell the fans that WE REALLY MEAN there won’t be interference. And yet when you look at today’s WWE booking, you almost always try to come up with a swerve or a way for interference to happen. The simplest result here would be the right one. Bryan has to win. If he gets screwed over one more time, he risks being placed into the permanent damaged goods category.

Alex Giardini: There are many possibilities that can arise in the main event with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee, but to have Daniel Bryan win the title after screwing him over for months may not be in the cards. Will Michaels actually help one of the competitors defeat the other? It remains to be seen, yet Orton should walk away with the championship.

Adrian Fylonenko: I have been thinking about this match for about a week now and people are still trying to convince me that Shawn Michaels is going to turn on Daniel Bryan and help Orton win the WWE Championship. That seems like the obvious thing to do, so I don’t think it’s going to happen. I really don’t know what’s going to happen. All I know is that somebody is going to receive a devastating Sweet Chin Music. Another idea I have is for Big Show to ruin the day again, come down to the cage and rip the door open, only to have HBK hit him with Sweet Chin Music. Immediately after the distraction, Orton hits Bryan with an RKO and HBK hesitantly counts to three. So many booking options, so little time. Don’t screw this up WWE!

Jonathan Essington: I’m picking Daniel Bryan to win this one. Should be another well-wrestled match between the two. I’m thinking that HBK will make a call for Bryan that could go either way, thus setting up an antagonistic angle between himself and Triple H. That leads to a feud that may erupt into a future match. Plus, having Daniel Bryan win allows Triple H to no longer be peppered about what he said on this past Monday’s Raw.

Results: Randy Orton [3] Daniel Bryan [3]

 

Thank you for taking the time to read our predictions and join the conversation by leaving your predictions in the comments section. Enjoy Hell in a Cell!

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  • JH

    Langston vs. Axel: Axel, though if love to see Axel drop the belt and be booted out of Heyman’s group of guys, I think his association no longer helps him now that Heyman has shifted focus to Ryback.

    Matadores vs. Real Americans: Matadores, this is a win they really need since as a, and I hope this feud continues, Adrian pointed out all they’ve done so far is beat 3mb. They’re two fantastic tag teams though, and I look forward to seeing what Los Matadores can do against Cesaro and Swagger.

    AJ Lee vs. Brie: tough match to call, you can never count Brie out because she’s a total diva and you know one of them are going to dethrone her to create more fodder for that show, but not tonight! AJ retains.

    Usos vs. Shield vs. Rhodes: Rhodes family retains, the plan sounds like they’ll be players in the tag division for a while, no point in having them drop the titles until they’re ready to split up.

    Punk vs. Ryback and Heyman: Hell in a Cell seems like the ideal environment to conclude Punk vs. Heyman, but it will not end tonight. I think Punk puts Ryback to sleep, and starts working on Heyman and somehow gets saved by a Heyman guy (I’m hoping a returning Brock). And Heyman gets the pinfall again, and in true Heyman fashion, gloats about pinning Punk AGAIN!

    Del Rio vs. Cena: Probably the toughest match to call, I’m not overly passionate about Cena one way or another, but I love the prospect of Cena running with the WHC for a change, and making that title more relevant, Del Rio is solid in the ring but he’s just not that interesting to watch week to week. That leads me to believe a title change is coming, but would the WWE really put that title on him? I have no idea. There’s almost no chance Cena taps out (though now’s a better time than ever for him to tap, but I said that going in to summer slam as well). I’m calling Cena wins by DQ. Del Rio retains and this feud hopefully goes on to Survivor Series.

    Bryan vs. Orton: We’ve been lead to believe Shawn Michaels will do the right thing here, so calling the match down the middle is the last thing I expect. The potential for him to super kick Randy Orton is high, but I think Bryan will have the match won after his knee to the face, and Shawn super kicks Bryan and drags Orton on top of him for the 3 count. Maybe we even get a DX 3.0 and we finally see a corporate Degeneration-X!

    • Good, thorough predictions. What do you think is going to be the match of the night?

      • Abudadein

        I predict Punk vs. Ryback and Heyman will be a rollercoaster ride and wildly entertaining. My eyes will be on Heyman, as I’m very curious to see how he lurks within the Cell and at what times he chooses to strike. Something tells me Punk won’t get his hands on him until the very end though. I also don’t think we’ll see Brock Lesnar, as some have predicted.

        • I think Wade Barrett may make an appearance and be the new Heyman guy. Punk will be close to winning, but Heyman will pin Punk against and it will lead to a Team Heyman vs. Team Punk match at Survivor Series.

          • KingBack

            Don’t you think it is a little to quick to debut yet another Paul Heyman guy?
            It kinda loses it’s prestige if a new one debut every other month.
            Anyway.. If a new Paul Heyman guy makes his debut then Barrett would be a great choice.

          • Yeah you’re right. In a previous comment, I suggested that sometime in the near future, Barrett should come down and take out Curtis Axel. It’s so impressive that Heyman has a huge smile on his face and takes him under his wing. Barrett has been off TV for over a month, so he should be returning soon.

          • Abudadein

            Ah, I really like that idea of Barrett being revealed as the new Heyman guy. I’ve always thought Barrett is a great throwback to all the cool wrestlers of World of Sport in the U.K. like Robbie Brookside, Fit Finlay, and William Regal. The more I think about it, the more I love this idea.

          • JH

            I’d love to see wade have something to do finally, maybe he can take Axel’s place if his injury is going to keep him out for a while.

      • JH

        I’d have to say Bryan/Orton, however if he were facing anyone else I’d give it to the Punk match, I just don’t have enough faith in Ryback to think they’re going to do anything better than they did at battleground.

  • Mrs. Ambrose

    1. Los Matadors vs The Real Americans: Los Matadors.
    2. Brie Bella vs AJ Lee: Brie Bella
    3. Goldust and Cody Rhodes vs Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins vs The Uso’s: The Uso’s
    4. CM Punk vs Paul Heyman and Ryback: Paul Heyman and Ryback
    5. ADR vs John Cena:John Cena
    6. Randy Orton via Daniel Bryan: Randy Orton
    Pre Show: Big E. Langston via Curtis Axel: Big E. Langston

    • I hope Langston wins the title. Axel needs to be booted out of Heyman’s club!

      • Mrs. Ambrose

        Yeah Big E. Langston should win the title. Paul Heyman should continue to manage only Brock Lesnar and Ryback.

        • Abudadein

          Heyman once managed Big Show, which I thought made a phenomenal team. I’m not sure if it would work now, though. Just a thought.

          • Considering Big Show turns heel five times a year, I can see it happening.

        • I’d love to see, in the near future, Wade Barrett return and knock out Axel, which impresses Heyman and he takes Barrett under his wing. I think Barrett is the total package and having a manager like Heyman would do wonders for him.

      • Abudadein

        Me too. Every time I see those backstage segments with Axel standing behind Heyman, nodding his head in agreement to what Heyman is saying, he reminds me of the desperate kid in high school who tried to hang out with the cool crowd, but inherently knew he didn’t belong there. I don’t know what the right path is for Axel, other than his affiliation with Heyman isn’t working — and everyone can feel it. I’d love to see Langston win the title tonight in a squash match.

        • I think Axel is good wrestler, he just needs to work on his mic skills and its hard because he doesn’t have that natural charisma.

    • Abudadein

      The Usos are an interesting choice to pick up the win, and would be a big surprise. But I just don’t see it happening.

      • I don’t think so either. Goldust and Cody are going to be champions for a long time, leading to the deconstruction of the Shield.

        • Abudadein

          I think the seeds of the breakdown between Rhodes and Goldust will happen during the Royal Rumble, with Goldust turning on his brother at Elimination Chamber. Rhodes gets the win at WM 30, as Goldust heads off into the sunset after an emotional embrace with Dusty at ringside.

  • Devon

    Axel vs Langston should be on the ppv. I might buy the show but here is what I think. Matadores vs Americans I want Americans but Matadors will win. Brie vs AJ I want AJ I think Brie. Tag titles I want Rhodes & I think Rhodes. Punk vs Heyback I want Punk I think Punk. ADR vs Cena I want Cena and a Sandow cash in I think Cena and a Sandow cash in. Bryan vs Orton I think Bryan and I want Bryan. I think match of the night will be Bryan vs Orton cuz they had the motn at NOC and Battleground. If not that then either Cena vs ADR or the tag titles. Worst match will no doubt be the divas

    • Bryan vs. Orton should be phenomenal. Do you think that HBK will turn on Bryan or help Bryan out? Or call the match down the middle?

      • Abudadein

        I’m thinking Michaels will turn on Bryan and join The Authority, but will have a change of heart around the Royal Rumble, just in time to mentor Bryan towards a big match at WrestleMania against Triple H. Having said that, my gut tells me we’ll see Bryan vs. Punk at WM 30.

        • I really like that story idea with HBK mentoring Bryan for a big match. I don’t think Punk will turn heel again so soon, so I’m thinking Bryan vs. Cena or something along those lines. It’d be a risky move for WWE not having Cena in the main event.

          • Abudadein

            This may be premature, but I was thinking for WM30: Undertaker vs. Lesnar, Hogan vs. Cena, and Bryan vs. Punk. Having said that, I can see your point about Punk not turning heel again so soon. Perhaps Bryan vs. Triple H, and Punk vs. a major heel. But, if Punk were to turn heel, imagine Punk vs. Stone Cold if he has one last match in him. Imagine that card!

          • There is no way Stone Cold is going to wrestle. He’s even said so on his podcast.

          • Abudadein

            In that case, I’ll have to think about a viable opponent for Punk. Lots to think about.

  • KingBack

    I really hope that Axel drops the title to Big E.
    Big E is on a roll right now and he will gain more by winning the IC Championship
    than Axel will by retaining it.

    I on the other hand can see The Real Americans get a cheap win so that the feud will continue and maybe lead up to some kind of tag team match at Survivor Series.

    AJ in my book needs to retain. She is the golden diva in WWE and WWE should be smart enourgh to know it. Brie has improved a bit but she is terrible compared to AJ.

    I too see The Rhodes Family retain. I don’t know how but I don’t think WWE took the titles of The Shield only to give them back to them a couple of weeks later. The Shield don’t need the titles anyway.

    I think Ryback/Heyman wins this one. CM Punk shouldn’t have won the match at Battleground because it made Ryback look very weak. If WWE really want Ryback to be a succes then they need to let him win the big matches because if he lose tonight he probably will have a hard time become more than a mid-carder in WWE.

    I see Cena winning the title only for Sandow to cash in on him.
    This won’t make Cena look weak at all and Del Rio can stay in the WHC picture like WWE wants him to since both him and Cena are in title to a re-match for the championship at Survivor Series.
    This will be a nice little feud for Cena to do before he goes into a major storyline for Wrestlemania season. Hopefully we will see a long and solid run for Sandow.

    Orton vs Bryan will have some kind of screw finish – no doubt.
    I predict either Big Show or Shawn Michaels will cost Bryan the title (which is the right move) and make Orton the new WWE Champion.
    The storyline can’t keep going like it have since NOC and the best way for WWE to keep this storyline going on without it getting to stale is having Orton as the champion and Bryan chase him.

    • Abudadein

      This card is pretty stacked with the potential for lots of mayhem and outside interference already in a few of the matches. I don’t think we’ll see Sandow cash in tonight, but rather at TLC in December. Having said that, Sandow could strike when we least expect it, like on RAW tomorrow night. Personally, I’d love to see the MITB cashed in at a house show somewhere in front of a smaller audience.

  • Darsow44

    Marshall Ward scores major bonus points for a reference to The Tonga Kid — a reference so awesomely obscure, JBL will probably use it.

    • Marshall is a brilliant dude. I believe he is a college professor.

  • PlanoStu

    Pre-show is cancelled due to injured Axel
    Los Matadors
    AJ retains due to interference from New Diva, NXT champ Paige
    Rhodes retain
    Heyman with help from Lesnar
    Cena followed by Sandow cash in
    HBK goes to super kick Orton, Orton moves, hits Bryan, Orton wins
    Vinny Mac comes out and says rematch on Raw

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