WWE No Way Out 2012: Complete Card, Live Stream, Predictions, Rumors and More
While the majority of WWE fans are not getting excited about the 2012 version of the No Way Out pay-per-view, there is so much talent on this card that it's clearly people just being jaded.
Just as most fans expected Extreme Rules to be a train wreck and it was as good or better than WrestleMania 28, No Way Out will be one of the best shows of 2012.
If the fans can just watch the show with angry eyes, they will enjoy the ride.
Will No Way Out stink?
Where: Izod Center, East Rutherford, N.J.
When: Sunday, June 17, 8:00 p.m. ET
Live Stream: WWE.com ($44.95)
Triple H is advertised to appear
John Cena vs. Big Show – Steel Cage Match
World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler
WWE Champion CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Kane – Triple Threat Match
Intercontinental Champion Christian vs. Cody Rhodes
Divas Champion Layla vs. Beth Phoenix
United States Champion Santino Marella vs. Ricardo Rodriguez – Tuxedo Match
Brodus Clay vs. David Otunga
What They’re Saying
No. 1 contender for the World Heavyweight championship Dolph Ziggler is ready for his shot at a real title run:
Legendary commentator Jim Ross talks about just how good WWE Diva A.J. Lee is right now:
Popular radio show Ring Rust Radio is more optimistic about this event than most hardcore wrestling fans (AKA smarks):
Main Event Prediction
Big Show beats John Cena
What better way to give the face of WWE a little time off than by having John Laurinaitis—the biggest heel in the company—fire him. That would get him off TV for at least a few weeks.
The company sees how much heat Show and Johnny Ace are getting and don’t want to throw that away. The WWE can bring Cena whenever they need him, but giving him a few weeks to collect his thoughts will be the best move for all parties involved.
While that would be amazing, the WWE knows that more people will watch Raw the following night and would rather save that big of an event for the company’s biggest show.
Triple H will come out at No Way Out and address the situation, but we will see only see Brock if Triple H promises to be on Raw this Monday. Lesnar’s run-in will be on TV, not PPV.
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