Countdown to WWE Breaking Point: Part 2

Kendrick DavisCorrespondent ISeptember 13, 2009

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  Wrestler John Cena appears in the ring during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

In an event where everything was Unforgiven, now it's time to reach to that Breaking Point. WWE Breaking Point is this Sunday and LIVE from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. It's 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT live and only on pay-per-view.

To order WWE Breaking Point, call your local cable operator. If you have DIRECTV order it here or DishNetwork to order the event.

If you wanna watch it on the net on a free online stream if you don't wanna spend money then you can watch it at the ever reliable site here.

Shoutout to Lynyrd Skynyrd for the theme song to WWE Breaking Point "Still Unbroken". It's off the album "Gods & Guns" which will be released on Sept. 29.

I gave you a preview on Part 1, now let's get to the preview of Part 2.

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Let's say we have to put Kofi Kingston as one of the best title holders for the United States Championship.

The Jamaican Superstar overcame the odds that were Six-Pack Challenges, 7-foot giants, Fatal Four Way Matches, an All-American American, and a guy that knows cool. Now, at Breaking Point he takes on the loudmouth named The Miz and the title is up for grabs.

The Miz has gone through a tumultous summer. He loses to John Cena more than once especially leaving RAW, then losing his chance at becoming champion many of times. However, thanks to a fake gimmick named "The Calgary Kid", Mr. Awesome defeated Eugene in the Contract on a Pole Match and won.

Miz made it clear that has a new look but same attitude as before. He even made it his mission to defeat Kofi Kingston and become the United States Champion. He took the first step by defeating Kingston this past Thursday on "WWE Superstars".

Kofi has proven can take any challenge and overcome all obstacles to remain United States Champion. However, could that luck finally catch up with him at Breaking Point?

This Sunday with the United States Championship in the middle of this feud, both superstars go at it. Will The Miz finally make fantasy into reality by winning the title? Or will Kofi once again remain champion? Find out at Breaking Point this Sunday on Pay Per View.

STAR RATING:Go to fullsize imageand a 1/2. This is gonna be a good match. I was thinking four but three and a half is better off in this match.

PREDICTION: The Miz. I like Kofi and I think he's an excellent superstar that's deserving to be a champion, but The Miz is on a mission. After that gimmick, he's showing more grit and determination to be the best and that will work out at Breaking Point. There's a reason why they keep giving this guy chances.


At SummerSlam, the reformation of D-Generation X took center course when Triple H & Shawn Michaels defeated Legacy members Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase in a good tag team match. Legacy gave everything but fell short to the Sweet Chin Music.

Now at Breaking Point, there will be a first in the tag team history. These two meet again but this time in the first-ever Subsmissions Count Anywhere Match. This will be the first time that subsmission rules in tag team action.

Triple H and Shawn Michaels are seasoned veterans who know how to get the job but Rhodes & DiBiase are no cupcakes. They've proven before especially on the night the WWE Hall Of Famer and Cody's dad, "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, that they can be a threat.

DX tried to stop Legacy from attacking John Cena but Dusty Rhodes took his boot and hit both The Game and The Heartbreak Kid.

Rhodes & DiBiase are students of the game. They learned very well especially if your father is Dusty Rhodes and The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase (senior). WWE Champion Randy Orton has groomed these guys and taken under his wing especially doing his dirty deeds.

Now at Breaking Point, the respective tag teams go at it in a match where subsmission is possible. Whether it's outside the ring, stands, bathrooms, outside the arena, etc, somebody is gonna tap out.

Can Legacy break DX by submission? Or will D-Generation X once again, reign supreme over the young tag team? Find this Sunday on Pay Per View.

STAR RATING: Go to fullsize imageand a 1/2.The match at SummerSlam was something I didn't expected, even a 20 minute match. I gotta give credit to Legacy for hanging with the big boys in this match. Wonder what they can do in the first-ever Subsmissions Count Anywhere Match.

PREDICTION: D-Generation X. I don't see these guys laying down to Legacy especially in a Submission Match with tag teams. This is probably something to develop the third-generation superstars for big and better things, but not at Breaking Point.




Controversy and bizarre events took over Los Angeles with the WWE Championship up for grabs for at SummerSlam. Randy Orton did everything in his power to walk out with the WWE Championship. He pushed the referee, and made his attempt to walk out of the match. However, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon wasn't having that.

He made it clear that if Orton walked out again, Cena would be champ. Orton went back in the ring but Cena caught him with the STF. Soon as Cena had control, a "fan" came in and disrupt the match which prevented Cena from becoming the WWE Champion. That "fan" would be Ted's brother Brett DiBiase. 

Cena made his attempt again to bring Orton back in the ring but and an RKO on the ropes caught Cena off guard. Orton this time put the stamp in by hitting Cena with the RKO for the victory.

The next night on RAW, Vince announced that at Breaking Point, there will be a match for the WWE Championship. Randy Orton would defend his title in a rematch against John Cena but this time it would be an "I Quit" match.

As of late, the momentum has been on Randy Orton's side. Dusty Rhodes made a match between his son Cody Rhodes & Randy Orton for the WWE Championship. Also he would be in his Cody's corner and the special guest referee would be John Cena. Though at the end, Cena would be blindsided when Dusty set him up and Orton along with Rhodes and DiBiase attacked Cena.

It didn't stop there. RKO sent another message with a vicious DDT and an RKO to the chair.

At Breaking Point, both superstars are in a position where one superstar would say "I Quit" This however is in Cena's alley.

The STF has made John Cena a winner and keeper of championships. The man that embodies Hustle, Loyalty, & Respect looks to bring honor back to the WWE as champion.

For his counterpart, Randy Orton would do anything to be champion even if he manipulate others to do his dirty work. Orton has a mean streak and will not rest on his gameplan. However, could that come back and haunt him at Breaking Point?

Can RKO step outside his comfort zone and make Cena say "I Quit"? Or will Cena's patent STF destroy Orton's ego by saying those three devastating words? Find at Breaking Point to see which man goes down by submission.

STAR RATING: Go to fullsize imageI know everybody gets tired of watching RAW and see the same people battle for the WWE Championship. However, you have to admit, this is gonna be a physical battle between these two.

PREDICTION: John Cena. With this type of match, I don't see Cena losing this match period. SummerSlam was a gimmie for Orton to continue this feud but Cena's gonna win Sunday Night and become WWE Champion. Also I expect these two to go at it at Hell In A Cell.  


This summer was the second coming for CM Punk, but in a worse way. Punk's character took a huge turn with his obsession of former WWE superstar Jeff Hardy's life. Punk didn't rest until he put an end to the career of Jeff Hardy.

At SummerSlam, Punk overcame the odds that was were TLC (Tables, Ladders, & Chairs) match which was Hardy's playground. His victory celebration wouldn't last for long when the gong hit and the lights went out.

Then the lights came back on and Punk wasn't fazed until The Undertaker was laying in the same place as Jeff Hardy. The Phenom from Death Valley sent a message with the chokeslam to Punk and let it be known that the World Heavyweight Championship was his.

Theodore Long made the match between CM Punk and Jeff Hardy in a Steel Cage but with the loser leaving the WWE for good.

The winner of that match would face the Undertaker at Breaking Point in a Submission Match. Punk's mean streak once again was victorious and Hardy was gone from the WWE.

Now, The Straightedge Champion goes to Breaking Point to defend his title against the Undertaker, but in a Submission Match. Punk's straightedge moniker has become ruthless as of late especially with his actions towards Jeff Hardy.

As for the Undertaker, this is his first match since that historic match which I think will be Match of The Year at the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania against Shawn Michaels. The Deadman has been in various encounters like Hell In A Cell matches, Buried Alive matches, TLC match, First Blodd match, and even Casket Matches. This match is not as big as those matches mentioned but it's not your regular match.

At Breaking Point, can CM Punk with the deadly Anaconda Vise be able to make the Deadman submit? Or will Hell's Gate closes in on Punk and make the Underaker, new World Heavyweight Champion. It all goes down at Breaking Point.

STAR RATING:Go to fullsize image I'm looking forward to this match especially with two contrasting styles. Punk uses his unorthodox style of wrestling and Muay-Thai moves. Then you have the Undertaker who's a grappler that loves to brawl in the heat of battle. This will top the "I Quit" Match from RAW.

PREDICTION: Undertaker. I don't remember the last time that the Undertaker submit but it won't happen at Breaking Point. Taker makes his return and leave the Bell Centre, new World Champion. I do expect this rivalry to take place in the Devil's Playground that's HELL IN A CELL.

Also a gotta give a shout-out to Elisa for making it happen. He didn't announce the match but he turned an article and made it reality.

I wanna thank you guys for taking the time to read my preview, I appreciate it. Don't forget to order this event.


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