Like they did with April's Extreme Rules show, the WWE is running an Internets Pre-Show, with Zack and Kane battling it out. The last time we saw these two fight was actually at Extreme Rules, with Ryder attacking Kane during his match with Orton. Ryder got pummeled, and I am guessing that's what's going to happen here. I don't think this match will be very long, considering that the pre-show US title match from Extreme Rules was under five minutes. And meh. Look for Kane to win this because... well, there's no real feud or reason for them to be fighting.
Layla vs. Beth Phoenix (WWE Divas Title Match):
While I loves me some Layla, it's hard to believe that she's anything but a placeholder for the forthcoming Beth/Kharma feud. If that ever happens. Not really seeing the difference between Beth winning and Layla winning, but I figure Layla holds onto the belt a little longer.
R-Truth & Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger (WWE Tag Team Title Match):
Truth & Kofi should retain, although that's mainly me hoping that the WWE isn't dumb enough to put the strap on Ziggler and have him not in some kind of title hunt in the near future. He's good at getting hurt but PLEASE utilize him a bit better in the singles division(s). Or they can just say "forget that" and give Dolph and Swagger the titles. For nothing. Plus, Primo & Epico will be trying to get their belts back, and it'd make more sense for them to face babyfaces instead of heels.
Sheamus vs. Chris Jericho vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Randy Orton (WWE World Heavyweight Title Match):
The WWE is still trying to put Sheamus over, which is what the 18-second title match at Mania 28 was supposed to do but ended up not doing. That's the ONLY reasons I see them throwing three guys at him. Should be a good match, as Jericho, Del Rio and Orton can work, but I still see Sheamus retaining.
CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan (WWE Championship Match):
This should be the best match of the night, and is probably an early candidate for match of the year before it's even begun. Bryan is the hardest worker on the entire roster, and Punk can keep up with him. This one will be a real treat, and I'm still thinking Punk will will... don't be surprised if AJ plays some kind of role in this one.
John Cena vs. John Laurinaitis:
With the added stips of if Johnny loses, he's fired, and no wrestler on the roster can interfere, WWE's painted a picture that Johnny Ace will win by some kind of run-in from a non-roster guy. With Big Show's firing on Raw this week, the predictable idea is him running down, either to get his job back or turn full heel. I could also see Lesnar coming down as well. We'll see how this goes, though. I don't see Johnny Ace losing - his heel GM character is too golden right now.
That's the full line-up of announced matches. Neither the US title or the IC title are even thought of, and guys like Brodus Clay will be in the mix somehow. Come back to this very site Sunday night (around 8PM EST) if you're trying to chat with me and a bunch of other like-minded heads.