The battle for control over both WWE shows—Raw and Smackdown—will come to a head this Sunday in Miami as Team Teddy will take on Team Johnny to see which GM will permanently take over both shows.
The match, which will decide the fate of Teddy Long and John Laurinaitis, will be a six-on-six tag match featuring pretty much everyone who would have had their own WrestleMania match had the show been six hours long.
Team Teddy is comprised of Captain Santino Marella, Kofi Kingston, R-Truth, Zack Ryder, Khali, and the newly added Booker T. Hornswoggle has been named the team mascot.
Team Johnny is captained by David Otunga and filled out with Mark Henry, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger, Drew McIntyre and The Miz. Vickie will be the official flag bearer for Team Johnny as well.
When it comes down to it, John Laurinaitis is a better long-term investment at this point than Teddy Long. He is fresher to the WWE audience, since he only made his on-screen debut for WWE last year, while Long has been the GM of SmackDown for longer than I can remember.
Having a heel in charge also makes for more opportunities for storylines, while a face being in charge just makes things a little more fair.
In this slideshow, I will take a look at the match and give five reasons why Team Johnny will triumph over Team Teddy at WrestleMania 28.