Wrestlemania 28 Predictions: Outcomes for Every Match on the Card

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Wrestlemania 28 Predictions: Outcomes for Every Match on the Card

Divas Tag Team Match: Maria Menounos & Kelly Kelly vs. Beth Phoenix & Eve Torres

In this year's "celebrity" match, we have heels Beth Phoenix and Eve Torres squaring off against Kelly Kelly and Extra! host Maria Menounos (the first time I saw this, my initial thought was "Who?").

Hair will be pulled, Beth Phoenix will do the Glam Slam, Kelly Kelly will both a flip at some point, and the team of Kelly Kelly & Maria Menounos will win because of Maria's "celebrity" status.

Randy Orton vs. Kane

Despite them rushing this feud, I've actually enjoyed it so far.

Expect this match to be very physical, with a lot of brawling between the two.

In the end, because Kane is playing as a monster heel, he will be on the receiving end of an RKO and Randy Orton will win the match.

Cody Rhodes (c) vs. Big Show for the Intercontinental Championship

This is another feud I have been solidly enjoying. Rhodes has been an entertaining heel in the last couple of months, and I like that the creative team is using Big Show's pitiful record as a storyline in this match.

That being said, Big Show will end up with the victory. Rhodes will attempt a Beautiful Disaster, but as turns he head around for the kick, he get knocked out with the WMD, allowing Big Show to pick up the victory.

12-man Tag Team Match: Team Teddy (Santino Marella [Captain], R-Truth, Kofi Kingston, Zack Ryder, The Great Khali and TBA) vs. Team Johnny (David Otunga [Captain], Mark Henry, Christian, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger and TBA)

As additional stipulations, the general manager of the winning team gets to control both RAW and Smackdown. Also, if Team Johnny wins, Christian gets a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship.

Even though we don't know the TBA wrestlers on both sides, I already have an idea as to who will win, and that is John Laurinaitis' team.

I'll admit, at first, I didn't like seeing John Laurinaitis. However, since making his first appearance last year, his character has grown on me. It's his raspy voice combined with his dry humor, the fact that he's a great heel authority character and the fact that he is more entertaining to watch than Teddy "Playa, I'm going to put you in a tag team match, holla holla" Long.

The match will end in complete chaos, as all of the wrestlers will fight and fall everywhere around the ring. In the end though, Santino hits the Cobra on one of the members of Team Johnny (my guess is Jack Swagger). Santino celebrates by doing the Trumpet taunt, but Otunga picks him up, slams him to the mat, and gets the three count.

Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Championship

An underrated match on the card. It won't get the praise of some of the other matches, but it should be a good one nonetheless.

It's going to be a good, back-and-forth match. In the end, Daniel Bryan will attempt the Lebell Lock, but can't apply the submission hard enough to make Sheamus tap. Sheamus powers out, and delivers the Brogue Kick to get the win.

This sets up a triple threat match on the next PPV: Sheamus (c) vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Christian (for helping Team Johnny win).

CM Punk (c) vs. Chris Jericho for the WWE Championship

It's a match between two awesome wrestlers to not only determine who will be WWE Champion, but who truly is "Best in the World."

This will be the best match in terms of match quality.

At the end of the match, Jericho hits Punk with a Codebreaker and then applies a Walls of Jericho. It look as if Punk is going to tap out, but he is somehow able to reverse the hold, applying the Anaconda Vise. Jericho can't get out of the submission and taps.

Hell in a Cell: Triple H vs. The Undertaker (with special guest referee Shawn Michaels)

Triple H-Undertaker III.In the demonic structure, these two warriors clash once more. It will be brutal, as both sides use everything inside the Cell to throw at each other.

At the end of the match, HHH decides enough is enough. He pulls a sledgehammer out from under the ring and gets ready to hit Undertaker with it. Shawn Michaels, trying to do the right thing, stops Triple H from using it. The two of them fight over the sledgehammer and HBK hits him with Sweet Chin Music, allowing Undertaker to deliver the Tombstone Piledriver, and continue the streak.

John Cena vs. The Rock

Like this match or not, this crowd will be electrified as John Cena and The Rock square off in a main event.

Rock, in his hometown of Miami, will get the crowd in his favor. Cena hits Rock, he gets booed. Rock hits Cena, the crowd erupts.

At the end, Cena is ready to deliver the Attitude Adjustment, but Rock reverses before Cena can perform the move, and delivers the Rock Bottom. He caps off the match with a People's Elbow and the Miami crowd goes nuts as Rock gets the three count.

The match and the event is over, leaving fans (mostly) satisfied for coming or purchasing.

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