Eric Kanes: Brock Lesnar is pretty much in the same boat as Chris Jericho. I was incredibly excited when he was brought back as he is one of my all-time favorites and had potential to be the biggest draw in a company that is severely lacking in star power at the moment. However, my excitement was killed when he jobbed to Cena in his first match back. Now, during this storyline, there have been moments where he's looked dominant but at the end of the day, he's been running away from Triple H every single week. This goes back to my point of all faces being friendly and all heels being cowards. Why does Brock Lesnar have to be a coward? He is a legit MMA fighter who is bigger and stronger than just about everyone else on the roster. This story is completely messed up because Triple H is supposed to be the underdog here but in reality, it's the complete opposite. I hope that Brock Lesnar wins here for the sake of keeping some sort of credibility as a main eventer and having some sort of purpose for the remaining eight months that he has left on his contract.
Eric's Pick: Brock Lesnar
Geddy Cahoon: So I'm a little divided over this storyline. When it geared up months and months ago, it was ridiculous. But once Paul Heyman was thrown into the mix, it really picked up. The promos have been fairly good, and though the whole "Kidnapping Shawn Michaels" thing was awfully ridiculous, it made the fans hate Lesnar even more. I'm sure the match will be decent, but WWE has done a great job building the urgency and scope of this feud either way. Now, it kind of makes no sense to have HHH win. If Lesnar loses AGAIN, there's no reason for anybody in the locker room or whatever to be scared of him anymore; he's clearly not a threat to anyone. They seem to be leaning towards an HHH win though; the fans want to see Lesnar get his ass beat, and Michaels will likely interfere (While wearing a sling or something) and help Hunter out. On the flip side, having Lesnar beat HHH on top of attacking HHH's family and injuring Michaels would make him an even more effective and hated heel for his later appearances. And plus, WWE wouldn't bring Lesnar back just to have him lose again..... Right?
Geddy's Pick: Brock Lesnar
Dave Scott: I don't care about this too much but I hope Brock wins, because him losing would be silly. He needs to look like a monster and only a victory will do that.
Dave's Pick: Brock Lesnar
Adam Behan: The main event has to be the match that Triple H is in... I will eat my hat if that is not the case. The egotistical COO Vs. the monster that is Brock Lesnar. Triple H has the arm break of Shawn Michaels to motivate him for this match and he will come out all guns blazing. The thing is that Triple H cannot win this match. Lesnar needs this win much more than Triple H to make him believable for the rest of his tenure. Brock Lesnar will win this match with an F-5 and injure Triple H for good. Taking out DX will build Lesnar up for a future clashes with Randy Orton, Sheamus, and The Undertaker at the next Wrestlemania. As a result, Triple H will finally not open a Raw. A real reason to chant Yes! Yes! Yes!
Adam's Pick: Brock Lesnar
George Cushnie: Where do I start with this? HHH and WWE have been building this storyline since April 30th, but did anybody really care about it until Raw on Monday? I don't think so. All the heat in this match came from Brock destroying Shawn Michaels on Raw last week. This ISN'T going to be a pretty match. It's going to be ugly, physical and violent. They'll want to make it look as realistic as possible.
Let me make this clear. If I was booking this match, Lesnar would destroy HHH and pick up a decisive win. No question. However, I'm not booking it, so I can see the same thing happening here that happened at Extreme Rules. Lesnar will dominate, but HHH will somehow pick up the win. I don't like it, but I can see it happening.
George's Pick: Triple H
Liam Hindmarsh: I'm torn in this match. Is this just another chance for Vince to give the middle finger to the UFC or is he finally going to let Lesnar be the monster. I was confused after Brock lost to Cena but after a while I looked at it objectively. Brock is part time while Cena is the face of WWE. But this time, both competitors are practically part time performers. The build up has been so so. Paul Heyman has been excellent as always. In my honest opinion, I'm just not feeling the feud at all. It's almost as if something is missing from it but I can't put my finger on what that is. They've made it personal with family references and with what happened to HBK last week but I'm still a little unsure.
This wont be a wrestling match. It's more likely to be a straight up brawl. It's the kind of thing that I would expect to see a little blood but that's a touchy subject. Brock was hot when he faced Cena, but that heat was lost when he was beaten. WWE have worked hard to get this heat back. They really shouldn't kill it by having Lesnar lose again. Lesnar wins with the F5.
Liam's Pick: Brock Lesnar
Gregory Bitetzakis: Here is the street fight we have all been waiting for. The battle between someone who is part owner of WWE and a guy who could care less about the WWE. The match is interesting because of the fact that Brock lost his first match back against Cena and now that Shawn has been removed from HHH’s corner, things become more interesting. I think and I may be fortune telling a little but that Brock is set up to fight the Undertaker at Wrestlemania. If that is the case then you need to build some momentum with Lesnar and a win here would certainly do it. Now we all know that HHH does not like putting anyone over but with that said, I think Brock needs a win here and will get it.
Gregory's Pick: Brock Lesnar