Ladies and gentlemen, No Way Out is back after a three year absence. The classic pay-per-view holds many great wrestling memories for myself. Triple H retiring Cactus Jack, Austin and Hunter's Three Stages of Hell Clash and Eddie Guerrero defeating Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship are just three of my favorite moments.
I do have to display a bit of caution however, as I believe that this version of No Way Out will not have anything as particularly memorable. The PPV I used to watch was the stop-gap between The Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. Therefore it had the advantage of being aired when the best stories were being pulled out.
The new edition of the PPV is the first Summer PPV. What was once an ideal time to have the King of the Ring Tournament has become filler space to allow creative more time to develop stories for SummerSlam in August.
Its a shame as well as there are a couple of matches I would really like to see become classics. I'm just afraid that they are going to suffer due to making way for our expected main event.
Either way let's get on with the predicting.