Goldust and Cody Rhodes shocked the WWE Universe on Monday. Photo: WWE.com
The card at Battleground is unfinished, but it's a pretty safe bet that we'll get more than the three scheduled matches when it's all said and done.
It's tough to predict if a Superstar will deliver or not at a pay-per-view if they aren't even officially on the card yet, so before they can make the official list here are some Superstars who will most likely find their way onto the card and put on a great show for the WWE Universe.
Cody Rhodes and Goldust
Cody Rhodes and Goldust made their return to Monday Night Raw as they jumped The Shield before the main event. Throwing the Rhodes brothers back into the mix a few weeks before Battleground makes it seem likely that we'll see them in action at the pay-per-view.
With Ambrose looking to mix it up with Ziggler again on SmackDown with the US title at stake, it wouldn't be too shocking if they had their Night of Champions rematch at Battleground. That would leave Rollins and Reigns open to go toe-to-toe with Cody and "Goldy," most likely with some stipulation regarding jobs for the Rhodes'.
It doesn't really matter who the Rhodes' face, they'll deliver at Battleground. Cody is one of the best young talents in the WWE and Goldust proved that he still has it a couple of weeks ago on Raw and earlier at the Royal Rumble last year.
The Rhodes' are both great workers and, if given the chance at Battleground, they would definitely deliver a match to remember.
The Shield hasn't been added to the Battleground card yet, but it would be surprising if they weren't.
They are Triple H's go-to guys when it comes to handing out some in-ring justice, and with all of the craziness going on between the new corporation and the locker room, it seems unlikely that The Shield won't be competing at Battleground.
The Shield, like the Rhodes', always put on a good show. They are simply just too good in the ring and on the mic to disappoint the WWE Universe. If the members of The Shield find their way onto the card at WWE Battleground they'll do what they always do; deliver.
The 10 men who joined Daniel Bryan for the past few weeks on Raw have separated themselves from the rest of the roster as rebels against Triple H and his new regime. Since they started their rebellion, they've looked stronger and stronger, joining forces with Daniel Bryan to even the odds.
To make them seem like viable opponents for Triple H and his cronies, the rebels have to keep looking strong.
What better way than at Battleground?
The rebels who find their way onto the card at Battleground will deliver because they have to. They have to look like legit competitors and the only way they can do that is to look strong.
The Rebels will deliver.