As has already been rumored almost everywhere and debated thoroughly, I am 99 percent sure that Christian is turning heel this Sunday.
Almost every wrestling fan has been clamoring for a feud between Edge and Christian for years, but Vince McMahon decided that Christian wasn't main event material. That might finally have changed.
For the first time ever around Wrestlemania, Christian is near the main event scene.
Now, why would Christian help Del Rio, the man who put him out of action, win the World title? Well, it happens all the time in the wrestling world. Help an enemy to get back at someone you thought was your friend.
A lot of people have noticed that whenever Edge has needed help, Christian was there. Whenever Christian needed help, where was Edge?
A situation similar to this happened with Christian while he was in TNA. When Sting debuted there in 2006, he told Christian that he only wanted revenge on Jeff Jarrett and not the NWA title. Never the less, Sting found his way into a title match against Jarrett at Hard Justice, and in that match, Christian turned on Sting and helped a wrestler who he had been feuding with since he arrived in the organization.
Here's how I see the finish to the match going down. Somehow the ref will get knocked out. That's when Brodus Clay will make his move, only to be stopped by Christian. Christian will then take out Del Rio. Edge will then prepare for the spear. On the way, he will be stopped by Christian who will then hit the Killswitch on him. Christian will then drag Del Rio on top of Edge. The ref will wake up, count to three, and Del Rio will be champion.