WWE No Way Out 2012: What Deserves to Be the Main Event?
No Way Out 2012 may end with a referee raising John Cena's hand in victory, but there's a more deserving main event on the card.
The WWE Championship Triple Threat match should be the main event.
CM Punk's reign has seen him occupy a lower rung on recent pay-per-views thanks to one Five Knuckle Shuffler.
Cena and The Rock understandably took center stage for WrestleMania. Cena's bout against the newly returned Lesnar made sense for a main event as well.
Meanwhile, the WWE Championship's value is lessened by being featured further down the match list. WWE has been too reliant on John Cena in recent months.
It's time for CM Punk, Daniel Bryan and Kane to be given the title of official headliners. Bryan's popularity is surging and he has both the acting chops and wrestling skills to be the company's top man.
Punk's WWE title reign needs to take more precedence than Cena's feud of the month. Kane's wrestling style might be an odd fit for the match, but his legendary status adds stability if WWE is worried that diehard Internet fans are the only ones who will care about Bryan vs. Punk.
The former Ring of Honor stars certainly don't have the drawing power of Cena, but putting them on last won't affect pay-per-view buys.
Anybody who orders No Way Out for Cena will stick around and watch the WWE Championship match.
Cena vs. Big Show is nothing new and doesn't have any sizzle. Ending the show with that match is ending it with a whimper.
John Cena is going to run out of opponents to main event against.
And unless WWE plans on putting the gold back on him, it only makes sense that Punk be put in the prominent position his championship status calls for.
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