Special Guest Referee: Mick Foley
Participants: The Big Show, The Shield, Big E Langston and Brad Maddox vs. Triple H, Booker T, Vince McMahon, Kane, The Rock and John Cena
In my opinion, this match would have serious potential to be the most entertaining and electrifying match in WWE history.
Yes, it can be argued that it would be a huge risk taken by the creative team to put so many big names into one match, and the build-up for this match would have to be planned out very cautiously, carefully and given enough time to develop; however, if executed correctly, not one fan would be sitting in his or her seat by the end of the event.
The feud could start off by Paul Heyman revealing to the WWE universe that The Shield and Maddox were indeed working in collusion with CM Punk and himself, and that he is taking over as the manager of this young group of guys. This wouldn't mean that Maddox is joining The Shield, but it would mean that they are working as allies against 'everything that is wrong with the WWE, starting from the top with management."
This could lead to the four men attacking Triple H during a random episode of Raw when he eventually comes back to address the crowd on the state of the WWE and his own career. The following night on SmackDown, they can do the same to Booker T, as he is the General Manager of the show.
McMahon can quickly become involved as well, sparking a big feud between the seven men.
Meanwhile, Heyman can continue to recruit young superstars to join this new stable that he created.
Langston, now separated from AJ Lee and Dolph Ziggler, and in need of a manager, decides to join the stable and attack the trio of Booker T, Triple H and McMahon during a segment in which they are beating down The Shield and Maddox.
Furthermore, feeling they are in need of a veteran leader, Heyman can then decide to recruit The Big Show into his new stable, which wouldn't be hard to do as The Big Show's most recent heel turn was based on the fact that he felt underappreciated and disrespected by WWE management.
The new stable, known now as Paul Heyman's guys, quickly decide to chalenge the management trio and any three partners of their choosing to a huge match at WrestleMania to decide whether the WWE should be ruled by the old, or whether it's time for the new, younger class of the WWE to take over.
Reluctantly but not willing to back down from any challenge, the management trio accepts the challenge and quickly goes out to recruit two members of the WWE who were a part of the company when no one was sure whether it would last or not, Kane and The Rock.
They convince them to join their team by using that exact plea, as the two man state that are willing to help save the company from a complete meltdown.
In desperate need of one more member but unable to find one with WrestleMania only a week away, they decide to head to the ring on an episode of Raw to announce that they will be competing against Heyman's guys short-handed.
However, before the segment can end, they get attacked by Heyman's guys. Outnumbered, they start getting beaten down before Cena's music hits as he decides to run down to the ring and even out the odds.
After the six men clear the ring of Heyman's guys, Cena grabs a microphone and announces that there is no way he will let the WWE be ran by a group of thugs and offers his services to the other five men in the ring to become a part of their team. His offer is accepted as the six men embrace one another in the ring six days before WrestleMania.
Predicted winner: Triple H, Booker T, Vince McMahon, Kane, The Rock and John Cena