Wrestlemania 26: Why the Main Events Are Way Too Predictable

DidoContributor IFebruary 25, 2010

What we have on our hands is an unbelievable pay-per-view with three fantastic main events that will most likely persuade us to dig $55 out of our wallets to view.

It's been months and months of build up and we're finally going to see the result as they go head to head.

We have a WWE Championship Match between Batista (c) vs John Cena.

A World Heavyweight Championship Match between Chris Jericho (c) vs Edge.

Finally we have a Streak vs. Career match consisting of Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels.

Worthy main event matches for the biggest pay-per-view of the year, no? My only gripe with these matches is that they are all way too predictable.

Let's look at the Batista/Cena bout. This rivalry started a month ago when Bret Hart, who returned to once again confront Vince McMahon, was attacked by Batista leading to a beatdown.

Out comes Batista and he completely destroys Cena; a few weeks later after a career threatening Elimination Chamber Match.

Where John Cena came out the WWE Champion, he was forced to defend the belt against the fresh Batista, I'm sure you can guess who won the match.

Now with these two facing off in the main event, and with rumors that Vince will be in Batista's corner and Bret in Cena's.

Do you honestly think the WWE will let the golden superman lose fairly to Batista on the grandest stage of them all?

Especially when Bret is involved. Doesn't sound likely, and it seems Cena will once again reign as Champion after Wrestlemania.

Next we have the Jericho/Edge match, where we finally will witness the clash of these former tag champions.

This one all points to a Edge victory. As you all know, Edge won the 2010 Royal Rumble. And like WWE has said, 70 percent of rumble winners have gone on to Wrestlemania and won the big one.

The winner has lost for the past two years, and I don't think the WWE will make it three in a row.

So all signs point to Edge winning, especially after he came back from that career threatening injury.

Now this one isn't all that too predictable. Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels was a classic last year and this year it seemed too played out for a rematch.

Then they dropped the bombshell.

It will be a Streak vs. Career Match. The Undertaker's legendary streak against Shawn's legendary career.

Will the WWE finally end Undertaker's streak or end Michaels' career?

Like I said in my previous article, I predict this one will end in a tie.

Anyway, thanks for reading.