Before I get started, I think the WWE will bend the rules a bit when it comes to the Traditional five-on-five elimination matches here.
With the way the heels are growing in numbers, it wouldn’t surprise me to see a 20-man Elimination Tag Team Contest instead.
As a matter of fact, I think it would add an extra spark to the main event, which could feature certain superstars an opportunity to really shine.
Team Triple H
The Rock, Mick Foley, John Cena, Sheamus, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne, Zack Ryder, Mason Ryan, John Morrison
Kevin Nash, R-Truth, Miz, Christian, Jack Swagger, Dolph Ziggler, Wade Barrett, David Otunga, Cody Rhodes, Brodus Clay
Sure it would be huge for The Rock to return to the squared circle in Madison Square Garden, but imagine how monumental it would be if it were to be alongside his former Rock ‘N' Sock Connection teammate, Mick Foley! That would instantly be a Survivor Series moment and it sure wouldn’t hurt the PPV buyrate either.
As far as the rest of the members go for Team Triple H, they’ve all been affected in some form or fashion ever since this COO Storyline began. For the purpose of this slideshow however, I won’t get into detail about that.
Comprising Team Laurinaitis isn’t too difficult either. They’re a group of disgruntled superstars who seek change.
The one x-factor will be Brodus Clay.
WWE aired a promo hyping his return this past week on RAW. It is typical of WWE to use returning stars and showcase them in a monster role in a match of this caliber. Clay could be made to look dominant by taking out several of the weaker superstars of Team Triple H as well as one surprisingly big name. Clay could come out of this match looking like a legitimate main-eventer.
Kevin Nash would likely have a limited role in this match with Awesome Truth doing most of the team's work.
In the end, however, Team Laurinaitis will succumb to the All-Star Team, and Triple H’s nightmare of losing the company will be ridded once and for all.
Prediction: Team Triple H will defeat Team Laurinaitis (40 Minutes)
Post Match, Mr. Future Endeavors, John Laurinaitis, gets future endeavored.