Apparently, in four days, WWE Vengeance will be taking place in San Antonio, Texas. After being on the shelf for four years, Vengeance is coming back and it has quite a number of stories going into it.
Most importantly, for the WWE Championship, current champion Alberto Del Rio will defend his title against the face of the WWE John Cena in a match many are dismissing as an easy win for Cena.
WWE's alternative world title, the World Heavyweight Championship, will be defended against the Big Show. The champion, Mark Henry is billed as the World's Strongest Man and his match with the World's Largest Athlete has fans divided on whether the match will be a flop or a success.
The WWE Tag Team Champions Air Boom, consisting of Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston, will defend their titles against the core members of Vickie Guerrero's stable: United States Champion Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger.
The Divas Championship match will consist of current champion and 'Sister of Salvation' Beth Phoenix defending her title from Eve Torres.
The other two matches, while not for titles, are also massive matches. Randy Orton will take on his former apprentice Cody Rhodes in what many claim will be match of the night while former enemies Triple H and CM Punk will battle against the Awesome Truth (consisting of The Miz and R-Truth).
From the current card, WWE Vengeance has the potential to be one of the most memorable pay-per-view events of the year. But poor booking could cause the event to be a complete and total failure in the eyes of the fans.
I personally believe that any match has the potential to be great. But I am also aware that not all of them will be. All it takes is poor booking to change a match from a 5-star to a 4-star or worse.
There's a lot of individual factors going into each match and I will look at them all and use them to determine the potential of the match.