- Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton (WWE championship, Shawn Michaels special ref)
The story has shifted from Orton being the main cog in "The Authority's" wheel to whether or not Michaels will call it down the middle. He could favor his best friend, Triple H, or he could favor the man he trained and created a bond with, Bryan.
- Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena (World heavyweight championship)
It's Cena's first match back since his triceps surgery and its getting a ton of hype. There's almost no way Cena doesn't win the belt here, and it should be interesting to see what that means going forward, especially as it pertains to the SmackDown brand. The held up WWE title hasn't been appearing on any show, even with two mainly blue brand wrestlers fighting over it. Once this event gets sorted out, it's possible the two titles will switch shows.
- CM Punk vs. Ryback and Paul Heyman (2-on-1 handicap Hell in a Cell)
Punk won a "Beat the Clock" challenge for the right to add the stipulation to his match with Ryback. So he made it 2-on-1 handicap, added Paul Heyman, then added the Hell in a Cell gimmick. His idea, then, is to put Ryback to sleep in one corner before obliterating Heyman in the other. Because, you know, that plan never fails.
- AJ Lee vs. Brie Bella (Divas championship)
One of the better women's programs in the past five years, even if it's not getting a ton of TV time. Brie has improved by leaps and bounds and AJ is, well, AJ. A title change is entirely possible but not completely necessary. With Nikki Bella and Tamina Snuka looming, this one could be a chaotic, overbooked clusterfuck. That's not a bad thing.
- Rhodes brothers vs. The Shield vs. The Usos
There was actual attention to detail paid here, considering the fact that The Usos were the forgotten number one contenders to the tag team titles when WWE ran the super successful Rhodes family angle that inevitably led to Cody and Goldust winning the tag team titles. The Shield need to be involved because they're The Shield and the match will be awesome because of them.
- Curtis Axel vs. Big E. Langston
There have been reports that Langston's biggest supporter is John Cena and his push directly coincides with the fact that Cena is returning to television. That's purely a dirt sheet rumor, of course, but political power is political power and we could have a new Intercontinental champion come Monday with a fresh new babyface.Source: