Word came out earlier today that Daniel Bryan will be going head to head with John Cena for the WWE championship this summer. I’m not surprised. What I am surprised by however is that the match has been made babyface vs babyface. The last couple of weeks i’ve been convinced that Bryan was turning heel. I actually would have liked him being more of a tweener. Either way the new question arises. Will he beat Cena? If he beats Cena cleanly he may be a mainstay in the main event scene. To be honest Bryan is younger than Cena, and has fresher legs than he does. Hopefully the WWE does the right thing and puts the title on Bryan. If Bryan doesn’t beat Cena, i’d be happy to see him battle Dolph Ziggler throughout the summer for the World Heavyweight championship. WHo could forget Bragging Rights 2010. Anyway, congrats American Dragon…Bryan Danielson-I mean Daniel Bryan.
The 25th edition of SummerSlam is going to be epic. The story lines from the bottom of the card to the top of the card have been thought out, nothing appears to be forced or rushed, it’s just perfect. A few problems, and hopefully it doesn’t happen is a triple threat for the tag titles, an Intercontinental title match, and U.S title match. These three matches cannot happen because they’ll ruin what’s going to probably be the best pay per view of the year.
With the announcement of what appears to be an Inferno match between Bray Wyatt and Kane has just made every match on the card as of now landscape changing in the WWE.
John Cena doesn’t seem so super considering Daniel Bryan’s momentum and a looming viper. The main event is pretty much unpredictable.
What’s going to happen? Who will win? Will Damien Sandow cash in? Will Orton cash in and turn heel? What about CM Punk? August 18 will be unbelievable, so unbelievable I’ll actually pay to watch rather than rip it off of some sharing site.
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