Over the Limit is the latest (but not so greatest) pay-per-view WWE has created. It was launched in 2010 after replacing Judgment Day.
This year the pay-per-view will take place in Key Arena in Seattle. Over the Limit is a remix of Over the Edge, the pay-per-view in which Owen Hart accidentally passed away.
John Morrison's recent neck surgery put a hamper to the R-Truth-John Morrison match so WWE must improvise a little bit. Allow me to help them.
I had some beef with last year's Over the Limit due to questionable endings and terrible matches.
The World Heavyweight Championship match between Big Show-Jack Swagger ended in a disqualification. The highly-anticipated match, and feud, between Edge and Randy Orton was cut short because Orton injured his shoulder during the match. Edge-Orton ended in a double count-out.
We all knew Batista was about to leave WWE so the Batista-John Cena match for the WWE Championship was a foregone conclusion, although the "I Quit" match was very good.
This year some potential problems include lack of buildup and lack of quality feuds. Furthermore the title matches are way too predictable. But now I will create an electrifying pay-per-view that truly is Over the Limit.