That leaves us with the main event, which WWE is billing as "the biggest fight of the summer."
This one should be good.
This is a match that is long overdue as the main event of a big pay-per-view. You have to wonder how many times it would have been if Brock Lesnar never left WWE.
In hyping up their match, Lesnar stated that there would be no such thing as John Cena had he not left WWE. He's not exactly right, but there is no way Cena would be a 15-time champion if he didn't.
That same point was raised several months ago in this edition of Turning Point.
You know what you're going to get out of Cena. He is going to fight with everything he has to keep his title, and he will be very tough to beat.
In fact, the last time these two men squared off, Cena defeated Lesnar at Extreme Rules in May 2012.
With that said, this seems like an easy match to predict. It would be shocking to see Cena do it again.
How could it be shocking that a 15-time champion, the face of the company, wins a match? What sense would it make to have Lesnar end the legendary WrestleMania undefeated streak of The Undertaker only to lose the very next time he gets into the ring?
It made no sense for Cena to win at Extreme Rules two years ago. It would make even less sense now. Sure, you can argue that Lesnar is a part-time wrestler, but WWE will figure out a way to work around that.
It has been nearly 11 years since Lesnar was a champion in WWE. That changes Sunday.
Projected Winner: Brock Lesnar