Rasslin’ Roundtable – WWE Survivor Series 2010 PPV
by Raffi Shamir on November 21, 2010

It’s WWE’s Thanksgiving tradition!!!! Oops, sorry, I got too caught up in the old school week this week has. Still, it’s one of WWE’s Big Four PPV events and Orton vs. Barrett is one of the most anticipated and unpredictable main event matches in the past year, or even more. The Pulse team (With Steven’s special guest Will Shakespeare) is here with our picks for this year’s Survivor Series.

WWE Championship:
Randy Orton (C) vs. Wade Barrett (with special guest referee John Cena – If Barrett wins, Cena is free from Nexus. if Orton wins, Cena is fired)

William Shakespeare: “Why, then, to-night / Let us assay our plot; which, if it speed, / Is wicked meaning in a lawful deed” (All’s Well That Ends Well, Act 3, Sc7)
Steven Gepp: I think this is the night Cena turns heel. I hope it’s a completely batsh*t crazy heel, but I think he turns heel and there’s a new kid on the championship block.
Winner: Wade Barrett

Chris Biscuiti: I think Rowdy Roddy Piper deserves a huge assist here for really hyping this match up perfectly during the last Raw segment/overrun. Honestly, this is the most interesting WWE main event since HBK vs. Taker at WrestleMania, and I like the fact that a) there’s so much at stake; and b) something interesting HAS to happen. There have been so many theories people have shared with me this week, so let me run a few down: 1) Orton punts Cena in the head or gives him the RKO and uses Cena’s limp hand to count the 1-2-3 himself to retain the title; 2) Barrett gets the win, Cena beats the Holy Hell out of him after being freed from Nexus, and Miz then cashes in MITB to win over Barrett, thereby giving us two first-time WWE champions in one night; 3) David Otunga rebels against Nexus and costs Barrett the title with help from Cena/Orton; 4) Cena calls it down the middle until the very end, turns on Orton, counts the 1-2-3, and then leaves Nexus a free but changed man; or 5) The main event is changed to a dance-off between Orton and Barrett, with Cena, R-Truth, and Scotty 2 Hotty as judges. As tempting as scenario #5 is, I’ll go with #2 as my prediction.
Winner and new champion(s): Wade Barrett, who then loses to The Miz in AWESOMMMMMMMMMMEEEEEE fashion.

Randy Orton (C) vs. Wade Barrett (with special guest referee John Cena – If Barrett wins, Cena is free from Nexus. if Orton wins, Cena is fired)
Mark Allen: Wow did that Piper’s Pit actually get me excited about this match. That was the most successful go home segment for a WWE main event on a PPV in a long time. So many things can come of this. Cena screws Orton and turns heel to give Barrett the win. Cena plays it straight and Orton wins and Cena is “fired.” Cena screws up and lets Orton win. Plus you have to factor in The Miz and the Money in the Bank briefcase. I think the punchline is that by the end of the month there will be a 40th WWE Champion, whether its Barrett or Miz. I’m gonna go out on a limb and say Cena turns heel and helps Barrett win.
Winner – Barrett

Raffi Shamir: For the past 13 years, Survivor Series has been synonymous with one word – screwjob. Will WWE resist the urge to deliver a screwjob in the main event, on the first Survivor Series since Bret Hart’s return to the company? I doubt it. But that’s not the only reason I believe Cena will turn on Orton. WWE did not want to turn Cena heel until now because they knew that this requires a grand stage and not just any minor PPV. It required a big four and the right angle, and the stars are aligned perfectly for a Cena turn on Survivor Series – Orton is already well established as WWE’s top face; John Cena does not have to be a member of Nexus if he turns heel since he actually wins his freedom by doing so; Even if he does align with Nexus, we got the shot of him in Nexus gear last week to get the audience used to this visual; After last Monday night, a Cena heel turn will seem even more effective as he’ll be spitting in the face of Roddy Piper and the other legends; Barrett does not have to remain champion because Miz can cash in his contract to make this a truly historic and awesome Survivor Series. Everything seems so right for a Cena turn, and while my mind tells me that WWE are still scared of this concept and would rather continue with the safe road they had so far, I’ll go with my heart this time.
Winner: Wade Barrett

Kyle Sparks: If Barrett doesn’t win, then pretty much the entire build has been useless. The only drama will be if Cena turns all the way or if Miz cashes in his briefcase. Personally, if I’m Miz, I wait until WrestleMania and call my shot in advance, but that’s just me.
Winner: Wade Barrett – NEW WWE Champion

World Heavyweight Championship:
Kane (C) vs. Edge

William Shakespeare: “I go, and it is done; the bell invites me. / Hear it not…for it is a knell / That summons thee to heaven or to hell.” (Macbeth, Act 2 Sc 1)
Steven Gepp: Okay, Kane’s had his ‘thank-you’ title reign. Can we now please take the belt off him? I like Edge at the moment, his war on stupidity, his face-ness despite still being essentially a dick. Letting these guys become faces because the crowd wants to cheer them, but not changing their personalities is a smart move. Having anyone fight Kane is not.
Winner: Edge

Chris Biscuiti: I really feel like Kane has run his course as Big Gold Belt holder, and Edge has really come back from the brink of irrelevance after kicking the crap out of the GMail (TM Andy Wheeler) and then getting moved back to SmackDown where he can simply be himself now instead of a forced babyface. I would love to see Edge back on top, with the hopes that Swagger re-emerges in the main event picture to chase him for the belt.
Winner and new champion: Edge

Mark Allen: Don’t care and basically time filler for the SmackDown main event. The show badly needs to be shaken up at the top of the card. Let’s say Kane retains, which builds to a rematch the next month.
Winner – Kane

Raffi Shamir: I hated Kane’s title reign since day one and four months later my feelings haven’t changed. Edge has done an amazing job in re-inventing himself and getting the crowd behind him that it’s now so easy to forget the first eight months of 2010. Please do the right thing here.
Winner: Edge

Kyle Sparks: Apparently next month is TLC, which screams Edge. Look for Kane to win here, since Edge has gotten the best of him at almost every turn, and to push the feud into December, where Edge can pick up the title and build towards WrestleMania.
Winner: Kane – STILL World Heavyweight Champion

WWE Tag Team Championship:
Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater (C) vs. Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov

William Shakespeare: “…misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows.” (The Tempest, Act 2, Sc 2)
Steven Gepp: Marella and Kozlov are now the number one contenders to the tag titles. The tag team situation is so bad that these two are the best of the rest? Really? I do not think this match is going to reach any great heights, I’m afraid.
Winner: Nexus

Chris Biscuiti: This will be a match where Nexus can show their dominance at the expense of a comedy act that will not suffer any damage when they lose. This *HAS* to be a thank you to Santino for being comedy gold the past three years, right? They can’t really make he and Kozlov tag champions, can they? For the entire integrity of the Nexus angle, I hope not.
Winners and still champions: Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater

Mark Allen: What a crap match for the PPV. Why aren’t The Nexus (the company’s only true stable) in an elimination match against RAW’s midcard babyfaces?
Winner – The Nexus

Raffi Shamir: Really? Santino and Kozlov are the number one contenders? Really? IS there a better opportunity to use WTF than this one? If Nexus doesn’t annihilate them it will be sad.
Winners: Nexus

Kyle Sparks: Even if the Nexus folds, there’s no reason to split up Gabriel & Slater; they’re a solid unit with room for growth.
Winner: The Nexus – STILL Tag Team Champions

Divas Championship, 2-on-1 Handicap Match:
LayCool (C) vs. Natalya

William Shakespeare: “When shall we three meet again? / In thunder, lightning, or in rain? /…When the hurlyburly’s done; / When the battle’s lost and won. (Macbeth, Act 1, Sc 1)
Steven Gepp: This has to end, doesn’t it? Natalya has to win here, doesn’t she? And LayCool have to break up and feud with one another, don’t they? And then Natalya can turn heel with Tyson Kidd, ready for some actually decent female matches once Beth Phoenix returns as the conquering heroine. Two women who look legitimately like they can kill you, out there, wrestling. What will they think of next?
Winner: Natalya

Chris Biscuiti: I think they finally pull the trigger on Natalya winning the Divas Championship, with help from a returning Beth Phoenix. Then we will get Lay-Cool vs. Natty/Beth for a little while, and then the requisite Natty/Beth tension followed by a Natty/Beth match, or perhaps a Fatal Fourway of some kind. Here’s my “kind of relevant but more of a sidenote” question of the day: Can someone remind me why Gail Kim is in WWE again?
Winner and new champion: Natalya

Mark Allen: This is Nattie’s third title shot in a row. She needs to win now or go home. But it looks as if they are just biding time until Beth Phoenix comes back.
Winner – LayCool
Raffi Shamir: If Natalya doesn’t win here, then she’ll be branded as one of the biggest losers in the WWE. She had chance after chance and with the breakup of the Hart Dynasty, it’s time for her to stand on her own as the Divas champion and not the valet of Smith & Kidd.
Winner: Natalya

Kyle Sparks: Look for LayCool to win here and for the title(s) to be on the line in some kind of tag match next month where the winner of the fall wins the undisputed title.
Winner: LayCool

Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match:
Team Mysterio (Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Kofi Kingston, MVP and Chris Masters) vs. Team Del Rio (Alberto Del Rio, “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, Drew McIntyre, Jack Swagger and Tyler Reks)

William Shakespeare: “The fault… is not in our stars, / But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” (Julius Caesar, Act 1, Sc 2)
Steven Gepp: At least we get one! This is the ‘put as many undercard guys on the show for the payday as possible’ match, usually reserved for a battle royal. Some great dynamics here. Rhodes and McIntyre on the same team. Del Rio has an issue with half the Mysterio team. Big Show in there. Yeah, I’m looking forward to this match and I don’t care who knows it.
Winner: Tough call, but: Team Mysterio

Chris Biscuiti: I am very happy that WWE has at least one traditional Survivor Series match on the card. This one’s for Bragging Rights, right? Actually, I am pretty happy with Alberto Del Rio’s schtick thus far, and I absolutely love Cody Rhodes’ “Dashing” rebirth. In fact, SmackDown has shown some real signs of life on the mid-card front, and everyone in this match can be a difference-maker, outside of Chris Masters and Tyler Reks, of course. I like Alberto and Company in a statement victory that Del Rio could use more than Mysterio on the Survivor Series stage.
Winners: Team Del Rio

Mark Allen: Love, love, love that there is actually an elimination match on the namesake show for elimination matches. The teams are actually pretty fun too, but I wonder why there isn’t a RAW elimination match too.
Winners – Team Mysterio

Raffi Shamir: Ditto on the “happy there’s at least one of those matches” front. Is it racist to wish that Alberto’s team will all come out of the trunk of his car? Regardless, his team looks much better than Rey’s, even with Big Show there. Del Rio needs a solid PPV victory and to eliminate some WWE big names, so I predict he’ll get rid of both Rey and Show and lead his team to victory.
Winners: Team Del Rio

Kyle Sparks: Yuck. No idea. Lots of heels going over here, so call for Team Mysterio to get the win after they get Del Rio’s team down to about a 3-on-1 and Del Rio walks off for the countout.
Winner: Team Mysterio (Mysterio, Show & MVP survive)

John Morrison vs. Sheamus

William Shakespeare: “There is a tide in the affairs of men. / Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; / Omitted, all the voyage of their life / Is bound in shallows and in miseries.” (Julius Caesar, Act 4, Sc 3)
Steven Gepp: Sheamus has been one of the great break-out WWE stars of the past few years, and it looks like Morrison is finally going to step up to the plate. This is going to be his make or break match for a while, I think, and as such I don’t think he’s going to mess it up. I fully expect to be thoroughly entertained by this match, to see one starship pain that misses, and to see an intense brawl from these two.
Winner: Sheamus (but Morrison will win in other ways)

Chris Biscuiti: Speaking of the mid-card front, this match has potential to elevate Morrison while keeping Sheamus as a mid-card / main event “tweener” who can move up and down as needed. After weeks of Morrison getting the upper hand, I think Sheamus gets the win but they both come out looking like stars.
Winner: Sheamus

Mark Allen: If John Morrison can break on through to the other side (sorry I had to say it) he needs to win this match. With TLC right around the corner they have an easy option for a rematch down the line. But Sheamus still needs to get a hold of Santino to truly blow this whole thing off. JoMo wins this one thanks to Santino, which leads to Sheamus killing Santino on RAW and a rematch at TLC.
Winner – JoMo

Raffi Shamir: Sadly, I’ve been getting “Samoa Joe” vibes from John Morrison, in that just like TNA kept having false pushes for Joe and when they finally gave him the championship it was too little too late, Morrison might be in the same position in WWE. After WWE failed to push him properly in 2009, it’s hard for me to get excited about his current push because I don’t want to be disappointed again. As successful as his recent run on top has been, I’m not sure that Sheamus has reached a position where he can lose and still maintain his status, so I think this will not end here and that he will get at least one pin on Morrison before the tables turn.
Winner: Sheamus

Kyle Sparks: I know Sheamus is established and all, but Morrison has gotten the best of him at LITERALLY every turn. Morrison simply can’t win here.
Winner: Sheamus

WWE Intercontinental Championship:
Dolph Ziggler (C) vs. Kaval

William Shakespeare: “With too much blood and too little brain these two may / run mad…” (Troilus And Cressida, Act 5, Sc 1)
Steven Gepp: Dolph has improved greatly, Kaval is well known and well schooled in the indies, this should be a great match! If they are going to unite titles, who better then than Kaval to take it and then fight Daniel Bryan (US Champ) for the whole kit and caboodle. Which, if they give them time, will probably steal WM27. So let’s hope they give them real time, not Punk-Mysterio WM time. Potential MOTN. Looking forward to this one!
Winner: Kaval

Chris Biscuiti: Kaval cashing in his guaranteed PPV title match opportunity against Dolph Ziggler might not make much sense when he could save that chance for World Heavyweight Championship match down the line, but I am still looking forward to this one nonetheless. I think Ziggler retains because Kaval has absolutely no momentum right now (has he even won a match on SmackDown yet?) while Dolph has had a pretty successful run as Intercontinental Champ.
Winner and still champion: Dolph Ziggler

Mark Allen: Talk about a stellar build to this match (cough). This is just an excuse to get rid of Kaval’s NXT Championship clause. Dolph’s too hot to lose the belt right now.
Winner – Dolph

Raffi Shamir: Last month Dolph stole the show with Daniel Bryan and now he gets a chance to do it again with another indi darling in Kaval. After all of Dolph’s losses to Bryan, Kaval will pay the price in order to keep Ziggler as hot as he is.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler

Kyle Sparks: As much as I’d love to say Kaval, I just don’t see them putting the title on him yet. At least, not this month.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler – STILL IC Champion

WWE US Championship:
Daniel Bryan (C) vs. Ted DiBiase Jr.
(Not officially announced at the time we’re writing this)

William Shakespeare: “…what would you undertake, / To show yourself your father’s son in deed / More than in words?” (Hamlet, Act 4 Sc 7)
Steven Gepp: I actually thought Ted Jr was going to be another breakout star, but he has seen his star fade as Cody’s has (strangely) risen, and then to be taken over by Barrett, Kaval, Bryan… Poor guy. I also get the feeling that Bryan is now being used to help get some guys just to lift their game in the ring. A feud against him seems to be the way of getting some people looking and reacting better. Of course, I don ‘t really know, and it’s probably too early to tell. However, I expect this to be more than just watchable and hopefully Ted is up to the challenge.
Winner: Daniel Bryan

Chris Biscuiti: Ted DiBiase Jr. FINALLY can move forward now that he got rid of the Million Dollar Belt by giving it back to its rightful owner. It’s almost as if that Belt was his Albatross, his burden, his “Pearl” (Steinbeck anyone?). With that said, I think Ted still has a lot of refocusing to do, and Bryan has been too impressive to have him give up the U.S. strap at the moment. Besides, doesn’t anyone else think a Bryan-Ziggler title unification match is in the works?
Winner and still champion: Daniel Bryan

Mark Allen: This feud is literally days old. Ted shouldn’t win yet. Build it up a bit.
Winner – Bryan

Raffi Shamir: How good was it to hear Jim Ross (try to overcome Michael Cole’s ramblings and) call a Daniel Bryan match? I wish we had more opportunities like that. With the absolutely no build-up that this match had (And it might not even make it to the card), it would be a shame to switch the title since it would not mean a thing. Besides, Daniel Bryan is on fore as US champion so I want to see his run go as long as possible.
Winner: Daniel Bryan

Kyle Sparks: Bryan’s in great shape, getting solid pops, and there’s no reason to derail him here.
Winner: Daniel Bryan – STILL US Champion

That’s it for this roundtable. Be sure to visit Pulse Wrestling on Sunday night for live, up to the minute coverage of WWE Survivor Series 2010.

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  • CB

    Shakespeare or not, Raffi had the line of the roundtable: “Is it racist to wish that Alberto’s team will all come out of the trunk of his car?”


  • CB

    I loved this Shakespeare reference in relations to Ted DiBiase Jr.:

    William Shakespeare: “…what would you undertake, / To show yourself your father’s son in deed / More than in words?” (Hamlet, Act 4 Sc 7)


  • Dirk

    Mark Allen: What a crap match for the PPV. Why aren’t The Nexus (the company’s only true stable) in an elimination match against RAW’s midcard babyfaces?

    SummerSlam is your answer, sir.

  • CB

    I can’t wait to see what Cena does tonight when he “takes his talents to South Beach”!

  • norma

    I am a hugh fan of John Cena. However, I am as happy as hell for what he is going through with the Nexus. This man has gotten way too cocky. To even make such a deal with the devil and loose serves him right. No one man is bigger than the sport. Maybe after his break he can come back and show more appreciation.

  • Rhett The RAD

    WWE Championship:
    Randy Orton (C) vs. Wade Barrett (with special guest referee John Cena – If Barrett wins, Cena is free from Nexus. if Orton wins, Cena is fired)

    The draw match of the whole ppv. This storyline has gone from Nexus taking over RAW in one night destroying the top star Cena in the process, to making Cena a member of the faction, to Cena costing Barrett a title match, and now the end is near. This match has so many possibilities of a finish its mind-blowing. R-Truth, the rest of Nexus, and Miz are all factors that could shake up this match. It would be interesting for R-Truth to go heel and cost Orton. Miz could cash in tonight as it has been heavily rumored, but WWE hyped that so much I wonder if it really will happen… course Team SmackDown beat RAW up for weeks and still won so anything is possible I guess. Anyways my pick for the match is that Nexus runs out to cause interference, Orton gets distracted, Wade sets up behind him, Orton turns right into a pair of brass knuckles from the Brit(Wait a second…) and Wade covers for the three count. In the aftermath, Cena beats the Nexus into a bloody mess issuing the return of blood to WWE Tv. Miz runs out to cash in and Cena FUs him on the stage. The show ends with Cena standing tall over Miz and The Nexus.
    Winner: Wade Barrett

    World Heavyweight Championship:
    Kane (C) vs. Edge

    The match in which will sap the energy from the show. Edge is really good at his current gig, but Kane is really becoming stale. With Undertaker the storyline had some depth, but with Edge it all seems wrong and a match just because. I see Edge winning by DQ by either Percy hitting Edge with the urn or Kane being unrelenting in the corner or something. Kane just needs to go monster on Edge setting up a big No DQ TLC match next month.
    Winner: Edge(by DQ)

    WWE Tag Team Championship:
    Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater (C) vs. Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov

    The good news is that The Nexus at least will have a match on the card(excluding Wade). The bad news is that their opponents will either make them look stupid or have no effect at all. Who cares if the Nexus can beat Santino and Vladimir? Santino isn’t even in their league and they are backup for Wade. Vladimir at one point feuded with Triple H and was the cover for either Elimination Chamber or No Way Out a couple of years ago. To end the match it needs to be Vladimir who gets pinned in order for Nexus to have legitimacy. Gabriel hits Vlad with the the 450.
    Winners: The Nexus

    Divas Championship, 2-on-1 Handicap Match:
    LayCool (C) vs. Natalya

    Like everyone has already said… these matches are just to bide time until the Glamazon returns. Hopefully tonight Beth comes out and causes a distraction so Natalya can pick up the win along with the titles.
    Winner: Natalya

    Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match:
    Team Mysterio (Rey Mysterio, Big Show, Kofi Kingston, MVP and Chris Masters) vs. Team Del Rio (Alberto Del Rio, “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, Drew McIntyre, Jack Swagger and Tyler Reks)

    Although I’m glad they added this match, it has no real importance or consequences other than Rey and Del Rio possibly having a Ladder match at TLC. What’s really going to happen is that Rey’s team is going to be depleted to just Masters and he’s going to go Hulk and destroy everyone left on Team Del Rio making them all tap out to the Masterlock. Wouldn’t that be awesome though? Another great situation could be that Team Mysterio to be depleted to just MVP and Kofi against Del Rio and then MVP makes the Play of the Day on Kofi. You know why? Because MVP is better than you! Actually. Rey’s team wins because it’s a match of no real importance other than a pay day.
    Winner(s): Team Mysterio(Rey and Big Show remaining)

    John Morrison vs. Sheamus

    Please! JoMo BREAK the glass ceiling you are trapped under and make a name for yourself before it’s too late! It should be a back-and-forth match in which Sheamus uses size while JoMo uses speed to hit some big moves. Sheamus wins to say that he’ll only fight JoMo again if its a Tables match.
    Winner: Sheamus

    WWE Intercontinental Championship:
    Dolph Ziggler (C) vs. Kaval

    It looks to be a MOTN contender and rightfully so. We all saw what a showcase Dolph and Bryan put on and now it’s Kaval instead of Bryan. I’m glad that WWE didn’t choose just to ignore that free title match that Kaval got for winning NXT. I think that Dolph loses the title here to Kaval but cashes in his rematch at TLC.
    Winner and NEW Champion: Kaval

    WWE US Championship:
    Daniel Bryan (C) vs. Ted DiBiase Jr.
    (Not officially announced at the time we’re writing this)

    I doubt this makes the card. I really hope that Jr giving the title back to his Dad means that he’s done with that gimic and that he moves on something different. His rugged look on Raw appeared kind of crazy and off the walls like Orton and it looked good with him actually. He’s a desperate man and now he looks to beat Daniel Bryan within an ounce of his life. Daniel Bryan needs the US title right now and his whole taking on anyone and everyone persona is really good.
    Winner: Daniel Bryan

    Thanks for reading!

  • CB

    Good job Rhett! Love your input as always.

  • Sebastian Howard

    I agree, Rhett really should have his own column! Real quick here’s my picks.

    1. Danielson vs Ted Dibaside

    Danielson already went over Miz, Ziggler, and Jack Swagger, WWE would have to be retarted to end his push now and against a guy who’s done virtually nothing, and on top of that dosn’t have half the wrestling skill, I’m going for Danielson.

    2. Dolph Ziggler vs Lo Ki (Kaval)

    Lo Ki’s been losing matches right and left however he did beat Dolph on Smackdown and it would be really stupid for Lo not to win the title right now, so I’m going with Ki.

    3. Sheamus vs John Morrison

    Sheamus has already lost to Santino, why not Morrison? I think the match will end with a roll up or something like that and Sheamus might attack John afterwards or he’ll run out of the ring, I do thik these guy’s rivarly will go on longer.

    4. Survior Series Match

    I’m going for the heels to win, however i’m not entirely sure if WWE wants to put Big Show and Rey down so soon especially because it’s the only elmination match so unfortunatley faces.

    5. Diva’s Match

    Natalya will probably win by dq, as Rhett said they’re just biding time for the Amazon to ocme back so why wouldn’t seh take out two heels? I’m going with Michelle and Layla.

    6. Nexus vs The Rodeo Clowns

    The only reason Santino and Valdmir are here is because there’s no one else, well there is just no one WWE remembers because they’re to busy pulling 3.5 star matches on Superstars, a show nobody watches anymore because WWE pulled the Monday Night Recap crap. I’m going with Nexus.

    7. Edge vs Kane

    I said this in Aaron’s predictions, Edge will beat Kane leading to the next match.

    Main Event: Wade Barret vs Randy Orton with Cena as Ref

    After a long grueling match Kane will come down to the ring, Cena will try to stop him but than remember that Wade will fire him, so Kane will attack Randy and Wade will win the WWE (why is it still a spinner belt?) championship.

  • Rhett The RAD

    Thanks CB!

  • Rhett The RAD

    Wait why would Kane attack Randy? To make up for burying his brother at Bragging Rights? That would be so smart that I don’t think WWE would think of it.

    Anyways thanks S.How(in no correlation to the Big one on SmackDown) for the kind words, you should too man! Right after you finish that review of that dvd. lolz

  • Raffi Shamir

    Agreed, great job Rhett.

  • CB

    By the end of tonight, The Miz will be WWE Champion. BOOK IT!

  • CB

    Sebastian: Nice to see you chiming in too. I REALLY want Natalya to win tonight…

  • J Dan

    Can someone explain the logic of Miz winning tonight? Are people just picking him to cash in because he doesn’t have a scheduled match and/or they feel the need to “call” the cash in at every single PPV until it actually happens?

    If Cena stays face he still hates Miz. They’ve been feuding on and off forever and a day. Cena has always had a moral high ground aspect to his character so he’s not the type to allow Miz to beat Barrett (or Orton for that matter) simply because he hates Barrett more than Miz. He’d stop the cash in.

    If Cena turns heel then obviously he’d protect Barrett. I guess it’s possible for Cena to turn heel, run the Nexus, and kick Barrett out of the group but he still wouldn’t prefer Miz as champion. He’d want himself and heel vs. heel makes no sense. It’s not like Miz is in line for a face turn.

    The only way a Miz cash in would make any sense is if Cena is out of the picture. Nexus is a joke at this point with Cena being able to take them all out single-handedly as long as Barrett isn’t attacked as well.

    On top of all that, Miz was talking about cashing in just this week on RAW. With him not scheduled tonight EVERYONE is on their toes about him cashing in. It’s so obvious that he could cash in which is why he won’t. They want it to be a surprise. Now that MitB is around to stay the WWE takes sheer pleasure out of swerving us.

    I would bet anyone here any amount of money that there is no way Survivor Series ends with Miz holding the WWE title.

  • Wally Kovacs

    The reason for calling the Miz is:

    (a) Miz has no match, so he’ll be fresh
    (b) The assumption is Cena won’t be fired, which means that Barrett will win
    (c) If it’s a screwjob, Barrett is probably “beat” despite winning
    (d) Cena has promised that he would beat up Barrett post match one way or the other.
    (e) Cashing in after someone does the dirty work for you in MITB 101.

    If Cena leaves after his beatdown, he doesn’t interupt Miz’s win. If Cena stays … would he really protect Barrett? Cena would probably rather Miz win via MITB than have Barrett be champion because of cheating.

    It’s karmic justice against Barrett, and leaves Cena in an ambiguous place, whether he goes heel or face. Aferwards, Miz can feud with Orton over the belt while Barrett has to deal with either Cena or with Nexus after the fallout.

  • Sebastian Howard

    Thanks guys for being so nice! On top of that you’re all makign me really want to see this ppv, I might watch it on a stream or something (I have no money lol), anyway thanks for the nice feedback!

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