You know it is going to happen. You cannot stop it, and to be honest, you really do not want to contain it.
It's the car accident you cannot help but to look at, or the woman in the the clothes that are five sizes too small for her.
This, the Brock Lesnar/Triple H match at SummerSlam, is the one match we cannot take our eyes off of.
There will be something at some point which will change the direction of the match and possibly the course of the WWE for the remainder of the year.
Since John Laurinaitis is no longer the VP in charge of talent relations, we can already see a changing of the guard so to speak in how Triple H and Stephanie McMahon will run the day-to-day operations of the company.
But this match will either be huge or a complete dud.
Let's hope for the former and not the latter so SummerSlam is one of the more memorable PPV events of the year.
Here are some people who could upset this apple cart in a match that we cannot see happening without something evil happening.
Let's just get this out of the way.
Could Stephanie (OMG, she gets hotter as she gets older) be the reason her husband Triple H loses the match?
She was instrumental in getting Paul Heyman to agree to the match between the two opponents.
But could she cause a disturbance outside the ring, or worse, inside the ring, which might distract HHH from the task at hand?
Sometimes family should just stay away from the ring.
We can get this one out of the way as well.
How dramatic would it be if Sable made her return in Los Angeles and played a role in her husband either winning or losing the match?
No one in the WWF/WWE has had as much of an impact on the divas as Sable, but this is not the time for her to be showing her beauty.
I can see her involved in other angles or feuds, but this is one where she should stay away.
While he has "officially" resigned from the WWE as VP of talent relations,and will remain with the company in the mold of a road agent, could there still be something to the idea that he gets involved in this plot again?
I can see him interfering in the match because the McMahons fired him.
It seems a little odd for him to reappear, but under these circumstances, anything is possible.
This is another no-brainer.
Heyman stands to lose a lot if Lesnar loses—that is, if the WWE does not keep his character and the voice of the big heel.
Heyman must play a role in this match—someway, somehow.
I don't expect him to interfere early on, but somehow at the end of the match, Heyman's print will be on it.
I love the idea that there is a possibility at any time we could see Mr. McMahon reappear on television.
One of the most vilified characters ever in wrestling involved in match? Never.
But what if McMahon's idea is to help Lesnar, not his family?
Hmm. The plot would certainly thicken.
Just throwing it out there.
The WWE hierarchy was impressed with Gunn's performance at Raw 1000. And what better way for him to leave a lasting impression than to have an impact on this match.
It would upset the apple cart, leave the WWE Universe guessing and, of course, set off a possible feud with Triple H.
It's a pay-per-view, right?
Someone could come from the woodwork and blow this whole thing up.
Maybe a Kevin Nash-like situation?
Highly unlikely, but pretty damn cool if it happened.