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Whereas Daniel Bryan vs. John Cena is targeted towards one facet of the audience, this match exists for a different side of the crowd.
WWE no doubt is hoping to receive a lot of media coverage for this event because of this match, considering the popularity of both CM Punk and Brock Lesnar.
Imagine how the pay-per-view will look if this somehow winds up being as bad as Lesnar's match with Goldberg at WrestleMania XX?
In comparison, if this match delivers at the level that it should, it will be one of the two strongest anchor points to making this pay-per-view a triumphant venture.
Whether or not SummerSlam goes down in history as a success or failure rests on the shoulders of this match and the WWE Championship bout more than any others, but all of these feuds will have a hand to play in determining the quality of the show.
So far, everything is looking good, however, we will only know for sure what the end result is when its all said and done on August 18, 2013.
What do you think will happen? Are you confident that these matches will make the pay-per-view or do you think they will make it suffer?
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