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If for some reason any of the previously named matches are not booked on the card or WWE is able to squeeze one more in the time frame, this match would easily fit that empty slot.
WWE may not have long-term plans for Michael McGillicutty's new persona, Curtis Axel, but if they are serious about a renewed career for the third-generation superstar, he needs to receive a push.
What better way to hit the ground running than to give him a win over Triple H on a pay-per-view?
These two faced off on Monday Night Raw, which means that it isn't outside of the realm of possibility that they could be working together at the Payback event.
It all depends on whether or not WWE wants to go straight into a big match like this or if the game plan instead is to feed Axel various jobbers and midcarders on Raw.
If it's the latter, we will be witnessing lots of squash matches with the likes of Justin Gabriel, Sin Cara, Alex Riley, R-Truth and other lower-card wrestlers. If it's the former, this match would need to take place at Payback.
What matches are you hoping and expecting to see on the pay-per-view? Do you think it will be a good one, or is it already shaping up to be a disappointment in your eyes?
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