Tonight, WWE will give us another PPV.
After Summerslam, Night of Champions, and Hell in a Cell, many people may feel burned out on pay-per-views.
If you watched all three, I would not blame you for not caring about this coming PPV, but you would be missing an important moment in WWE.
Why do I say that?
Because Vengeance could easily be the biggest night in WWE since Money in the Bank.
A ton of young stars is going to begin the rise to stardom.
Cody Rhodes will begin his feud with Randy Orton. Regardless of whether he wins or loses on the night, this feud will soon elevate him to beating the biggest star on SmackDown. This match will begin the ascension of Rhodes to the main event.
Dolph Ziggler will wrestle two matches at the pay-per-view both for championship gold. We could easily be seeing a new main event player on Raw come out of this.
Zack Ryder has his first PPV match in months, and he is favored by some to win the title. That would be Ryder's first singles gold in WWE. With Ziggler pulling double duty, it seems like a good possibility.
Sheamus is finally finding his footing as the No. 2 face on SmackDown, and he could catapult himself to No. 1 after a big win against Christian and a strong feud with Mark Henry.
Alberto Del Rio looks to finally beat John Cena giving him a legitimate title reign.
There is massive talent on the card with John Cena, CM Punk, Triple H and Randy Orton all in good feuds and thought-out matches.
With the Rock around the corner, this will be the last time John Cena wrestles for the WWE Championship for a while, and it will be the beginning of CM Punk's reign.
There are some huge contests coming into this night with feuds tracing back to Money in the Bank.
Why will this PPV be important?
Because it could finally be the moment we see John Cena and Randy Orton fall out of the title scene. In their place, young stars and resurging veterans will take up the mantle.
Perhaps Vengeance could be the final nail in the coffin of the PG era.
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