Keeping this one pretty simple. We’ve asked the staff which of the PPV matches this Sunday they expect to steal the show.
Without a doubt, Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker. It’s their final match, and not only will they tear down the house, I’m interested to see who the final winner of this feud will be. I’m also looking forward to who will answer John Cena’s U.S. Open Challenge. This match should be a big one, as it will also potentially lay the ground work for a new feud for when Cena returns; and it will indicate who the next U.S. Champion will be.
By all accounts, this is set to be the final meeting between Undertaker and Brock Lesnar. That point, plus it’s inside the cell, really sells this match. Undertaker has had terrible luck with Lesnar, going back to their original feud over 10 years ago. This is the climax of their feud and possibly an indication where they go as WrestleMania draws near. I can’t pick a winner, which makes this match even more exciting. Hopefully they deliver similar to their SummerSlam bout and not WrestleMania XXX. It doesn’t matter who wins on Sunday. The WWE has done a great job of hyping this match for almost two years and at the end of the program, it should be considered a success. Undertaker got revenge and Lesnar proved how bad of a dude he can be inside the ring. Two great stories have unfolded before our eyes and they conclude inside the demonic hell in a cell.
The biggest one on the card is, of course, Lesnar versus Undertaker, but I am not looking for it to steal the show-those two have done a good job since the summer of building things up, and ‘Taker has upped his game, so we expect that one to be worthy of the main event slot. For me, it’s a toss up between the tag team championship match and the US title match. New Day is getting pushed like they never have before, both by Creative and by The Dudleys. I really expect a Dudleys win here, and I hope WWE has booked this one to go a good 15-20 minutes, plenty of action and just remind fans how truly awesome a great tag team match can be. As for the Cena US Open? This one could, but it all depends on who steps up. Based on his pending vacation, everyone and their brother expects Cena to lose on Sunday, though I am thinking maybe the Sunday challenger loses, and he has a challenge on RAW that knocks him out and wins it. But either way, depending on who is in the ring with him, this one could do it. If it’s someone like Ziggler? Those two can really go. If it’s a totally unexpected surprise? Could easily steal the show just on the surprise factor alone.