As always, here are some bonus questions for my readers. The questions are in bold and my answers are in regular text:
Which superstar left off the card should have gotten a spot on the show?
On this card, there's nobody that I'm shocked to see left out. However, if I had to pick I'd go with Daniel Bryan. With the way this card looks, there's no reason he shouldn't be involved.
Over the Limit got the second lowest U.S. buyrates ever at 65,000. Will Capitol Punishment do better or worse in terms of buyrates?
I think it'll do better but not by much. Over the Limit had a much stronger card but this PPV has had better build-up and (as crazy as it may sound) more fresh match-ups. There seems to be a lot of bad stuff on this card such as the re-hashed feuds from SmackDown but there are several matches to look forward to as well such as R-Truth vs. John Cena, Randy Orton vs. Christian, and The Miz vs. Alex Riley.
Which match will steal the show?
If it takes place as planned, then definitely Randy Orton vs. Christian. The Miz vs. Alex Riley and R-Truth vs. John Cena will be more about telling a story and will probably have more brawling while Randy Orton vs. Christian will be another solid technical bout.
Should WWE leave or drop this PPV concept?
Definitely drop. The video packages with Obama are lame and incredibly cheesy. It's not about the name. It's about the quality of the matches and storytelling.
Will you be watching this PPV?
More than likely, yes. I'll also probably be writing about the show live as I watch it. Make sure to add me on Facebook to stay tuned.
And that shall conclude my official Capitol Punishment preview. I will be right back here this Sunday with some live PPV coverage but until then, I'm out!