By RantSports Staff on May 28, 2014
WWE Payback is set to take place from Chicago, IL on June 1st from the All State Arena. As always, you know the crowd will be jacked and ready to enhance the show.
This year's show was altered a bit by Daniel Bryan's neck surgery, but overall fans should be pleased with the final card. Let's take a look at some predictions:
This is an intriguing bout to say the least. Sheamus just won the US title, while Cesaro is in the midst of an obvious push. Something has to give, but it's hard to see either man losing. It looks like WWE is building towards a title unification, so the safe bet is that Cesaro gets disqualified or does something to stay looking strong, while the strap stays on Sheamus.
The bad news for RVD? He's going to lose a tough match to BNB. This bout could be the best of all the singles matches, if given the proper time. But there's no way Barrett drops the IC belt and loses any momentum.
DB is set for another segment with Stephanie, and this time he's supposed to make a decision on whether or not to hand over the belt. To make this prediction short -- NO! NO! NO! he wont.
'WINNER': Daniel Bryan
Rusev figures to be tested a little by Big E in this match featuring two absolute bruts. But in the end, Rusev is the one with the company behind him right now (and Lana).
Alicia Fox has been entertaining on Raw as of late. It won't matter much when it comes time for Payback, because this match will most likely be yet another divas match restroom break extraordinaire.
The Wyatt/Cena feud has been going strong for over three months now, and to this point it's remained interesting. If Wyatt doesn't go over in this LMS match it will be hard to understand why. WWE needs stars for the future, and there's no rising star better than Mr. Wyatt.
WINNER: Bray Wyatt
This match has to be the main event. Their last bout at ER was classic, and this one could be event better with the no holds barred stipulation. Tables and chairs need to be involved, as well as a couple of holy crap moments. If this match ends up being five stars, fans will forget all about that terrible Raw go home show this past Monday.
WINNERS: The Shield
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