It's May, which means double the pay-per-views, and after Extreme Rules, this Sunday we go Over The Limit.
There's all sorts of rematch shenanigans as well as imminent feuds, so the question is—who will win each match?
I'm here to give you my predictions—feel free to tell me how wrong I am and why in the comments...
This odd little storyline with Truth's heel turn is surprisingly working out well, as the delusional R-Truth continues to vent his frustration on the world.
In John Morrison's absence, Rey-Rey is the fall guy, having "stolen" Truth's spot in the No. 1 contender match.
This one has to be a Truth win—Mysterio, bless him, is there solely to put his opponent over as a heel now, having done it so effectively with Cody Rhodes.
I DON'T CARE ANY MORE. JUST MAKE IT STOP.
This one's a Kiss My Foot match, so we get to see Cole's gimmicky fungus on his toes again. What a treat. Definitely worth paying for.
If they have any sense, Lawler will win, he'll keep his Hall of Fame ring, this feud will be over and they'll never commentate together again.
But more than likely Cole will win and this will drag on. And on.
An Intercontinental Title match, the former Corre colleagues will face off for Barrett's belt.
Jackson will win this—they're trying to put him over as a face, he got beaten up by Barrett, Heath Slater, Justin Gabriel and a laundry basket last week.
This will be his revenge, taking the Corre's last piece of gold.
Oh goodness. I don't even know where to start with what is the most bizarre match on the card.
However, two wins for the Nexus last Monday (including a clean victory for Punk) does not bode well for the coming weekend, when they will get buried again.
Showkane to retain.
Christian's looking to get his world heavyweight title back. But he won't.
Orton to retain; heel turn for Christian in the very near future (with reason, to be fair); continue right up until SummerSlam at the least. Sorted.
It's an I Quit match, which fascinates me. John Cena (motto: Never Give Up) is surely never going to say those dreaded words. But I can't see Miz giving in either.
So outside interference is going to be what settles this match, and after Alex Riley seized the mic and spoke on behalf of his mentor so adroitly last Monday, he will surely be playing a pivotal role.
I expect Cena to retain but would be incredibly happy if he didn't.
Those are the matches that have been announced for the card already—some more (possibly Kharma's proper debut) will follow.
Let me know your thoughts.