WWE Judgment Day 2009 Prediction Competition

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WWE Judgment Day 2009 Prediction Competition

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Judgment Day is this Sunday, so that can only mean it is time for another prediction competition.

If you aren't familiar with the rules, they can be found in my competition articles for WrestleMania XXV and Backlash '09.

It's pretty simple; pick your winners from the matches below and leave them as a stand-alone comment in the comments section.

Seventy of you were kind enough to take part in the Backlash competition, as opposed to the 58 who took part for WrestleMania XXV, and I hope you will help keep those numbers rising.

 

Jared Farver, Gevorg Keoseyan, Josh Fox, and Sean David have all taken the top spot so far; will you be able to add your name to that list? Full results of the previous competitions can be found here and here.

 

Without further ado, let’s get down to business. The matches for Judgment Day are:

 

WWE Championship: Randy Orton (c) vs. Batista – (3)

 

World Heavyweight Championship: Edge (c) vs. Jeff Hardy – (3)

 

ECW Championship: Christian (c) vs. Jack Swagger – (2)

 

John Cena vs. The Big Show – (2)

 

Intercontinental Championship: Rey Mysterio (c) vs. Chris Jericho – (2)

 

CM Punk vs. Umaga – (1)

 

**Newly Added**

John Morrison vs. Shelton Benjamin - (1)

 

These are the matches that have been announced so far, along with the weightings I have allocated them. If you are in disagreement about the weighting, let me know. If enough people feel one is wrong, I will change it.

 

**Tiny spoiler alert**—No new matches were announced for Judgment Day on SmackDown, so unless a match is confirmed on WWE.com in the coming days before the pay per view, this should be the final card.

 

Will anyone be able to score a perfect 14? Nobody has managed a perfect score thus far, so pick your winners wisely, as I’m sure it will happen soon.

 

The results will be published a little later than usual, as I won’t be able to watch the event live, so I won’t know what has happened. This is because I am deep in the middle of university revision and can’t afford the late night.

 

Don’t be afraid to get involved and make a guess. My policy is the more the merrier.

 

Good luck!

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