WWE Payback 2014 Results: Live Reaction and Review

The Doctor Chris MuellerFeatured ColumnistJune 1, 2014

Credit: WWE.com

Welcome to Bleacher Report's coverage of WWE Payback. WWE has done everything it can to build up this pay-per-view in advance, and all that's left now is for the Superstars of WWE to show us what they have.

NXT produced a very good show Thursday, so you can bet WWE's main roster is going to be making even more of an effort to perform at the top of their game so they're not outdone. This is the first pay-per-view in a long time where there is no match scheduled for the company's top title, which definitely puts the company at a disadvantage.

The Shield vs. Evolution and Bray Wyatt vs. John Cena are the two big feuds this PPV is relying on, so WWE added stipulations to both matches to up the level of excitement.

We also have matches scheduled for the Intercontinental, United States and Divas titles with the possibility of a tag team title match being added between The Usos and the team of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan.

Will Daniel Bryan surrender the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, or will his decision lead to Brie Bella losing her job?

Can John Cena keep Bray Wyatt down for the 10-count?

Will The Shield eliminate every member of Evolution?

Is Big E going to be the one who gives Rusev his first defeat on the main roster?

Will El Torito lose his mask, or will Hornswoggle lose his hair?

And lastly, will the Chicago crowd chant CM Punk's name throughout the night?

Make sure to bookmark this page and come back Sunday night at the start of WWE Payback at 8 p.m. ET. The pre-show, which will feature the Torito-Hornswoggle match, begins at 7:30 p.m. ET. Bleacher Report will have answers to these questions and live coverage of all the action!

And make sure to come back to Bleacher Report on Monday night for live coverage of all the Payback fallout on WWE Monday Night Raw.


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