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It's the main event of the night. Yes, unfortunately it is.
Superstars in the WWE have been put on notice as to what will happen if they don't show some respect to the general manager of both Raw and SmackDown. Serious repercussions will be handed out to those who don't conform; just ask The Big Show.
But John Cena hasn't been willing to give into that, defying Laurinaitis and even making fun of his voice on Monday night one more time—the same thing Big Show got fired for. So what will Laurinaitis have in store for the man who defeated his hand-picked hitman, Brock Lesnar?
Laurinaitis hasn't competed inside the squared circle for some 12 years, but those who saw him compete in Japan know he was pretty good at times. Still, don't expect him to pull out many moves against Cena.
All you need to know about this match was said at the end of Raw in that letter Cena read. No WWE superstar can interfere in the match or he will be terminated, and if Laurinaitis loses the match, then he will be terminated.
WWE put that stipulation in place so viewers wouldn't think anyone was going to help Big Johnny, even thought that's exactly what's going to happen. If Laurinaitis loses, then he's terminated? Well, that's not going to happen.
John Cena is going through what sounds like a bitter divorce right now, so this may be a good time to write him off to give him some time to work through his personal problems.
So the question is, who will get involved in this match? Will it be a returning superstar? Will it be Brock Lesnar? For me, all signs point to what should be a pretty obvious guess, The Big Show.
The Big Show will return to cost Cena the match, and then on Monday, he'll be magically "re-hired" by Mr. Laurinaitis.
Prediction: John Laurinatis wins by pinfall following Knockout Punch from Big Show.