As always, here are some bonus questions for my readers:
Which match should be added to the card?
RiZE: I think a match for the Intercontinental Championship should be on the card. Besides, there’s no other feud on SmackDown or Raw so it would be intelligent to start one spontaneously through a Cody Rhodes promo. It’s sad that guys like John Morrison and Daniel Bryan won’t be on the card.
Buzz M: I have no specific match in mind, but I would love to see Wade Barret, Daniel Bryan, and Zack Ryder get a match.
Eric Kanes: There's no match in particular so I'll be a bit creative. Nobody actually believes that The Miz and R-Truth are fired so I'll pretend they never were. Instead of firing them, Triple H just fines them and puts them in a tag team submission match against Daniel Bryan and Ezekiel Jackson. Daniel Bryan makes them tap out, making him look strong and furthering the "conspiracy" storyline at the same time.
However, I don't think there will be any matches added. There'll probably just be a John Laurinaitis promo where he says, "Executive Vice President of Talent Relations" multiple times.
With only two weeks of build up, how do you think this PPV do in terms of buyrates?
RiZE: To be honest, I think the numbers will be very disappointing. The programming has been pretty good but not to the point where I would purchase this PPV.
Buzz M: I’m sure that most people who bought Night of Champions won’t buy this PPV but the buyrates might not sink as I believe another set of people will buy it, especially those who like Hell in a Cell matches. I’m not saying the buyrates will be very high, though.
Eric Kanes: Two weekly pay-per-views just don't work in general. I still don't get why they don't have four weeks in between SummerSlam and Night of Champions and three weeks in between Night of Champions and Hell in a Cell.
Which match will steal the show?
RiZE: Christian vs. Sheamus, CM Punk vs. Cena vs. Del Rio, or Air Boom vs. Swagger/Ziggler.
Buzz M: The triple threat match for the WWE Title will steal the show. Punk and Cena can work great matches together. Del Rio and Cena had a good match at Night of Champion. Del Rio and Punk showed that they can work together too so all three competitors can put on a great match together. I only hope that the match doesn’t become messy if any interference occurs.
Eric Kanes: Either the Triple Threat or Mark Henry vs. Randy Orton. Tough to say, because the triple threat will probably feature a lot of unique spots but it might be ruined by interference whereas Mark Henry vs. Randy Orton will probably just be a straight-up brawl with possibly some interference by Cody Rhodes. It's a toss-up between these two.
Will you be ordering this PPV?
RiZE: No, I’ll probably read the results but the programming just doesn’t bring out the slightest of interest in me.
Buzz M: No. I have it for free where I live.
Eric Kanes: I wasn't planning to but I probably will end up buying it because I've got nothing else going on on Sunday. Not like it can be any worse than Night of Champions, anyway.
And that shall conclude our PPV Preview.
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