WWE Extreme Rules is just a few hours away and there is still a lot of questions to be answered. Will the Shield defeat Evolution? Will someone from the Shield turn finally and actually join Evolution? Will John Cena be able to overcome Bray Wyatt once again following his victory at WrestleMania?
All of these questions will be answered Sunday night when the first special event since WrestleMania takes place and, as usual, Hall of Fame commentator Jim Ross recently weighed in with his thoughts over on JRsBBQ.com.
Daniel Bryan defeats Kane, overcomes the odds from a battered body and a much bigger, stronger opponent and then begins to get prepared for an eventual challenge to the WWE World Title from Brock Lesnar. Still of the mindset that the Bryan vs. Kane match exceeds expectations.
Thinking that The Shield overcomes Evolution in what should be a really strong 6 Man Tag. I expect this match to be very well produced and executed. Anxious to see it and hopefully the younger trio prevails to continue their ascension to the top of the roster.
Predicting that Bray Wyatt wins the cage match versus John Cena and I hope that it isn’t via escaping the cage as that was designed years ago in another era to help ‘save’ the hero’s image. Those days are long gone and Wyatt beating Cena by pinfall inside the cage helps build of the Wyatt persona and doesn’t aversely harm Cena but instead facilitates the rivalry of which Cena will eventually prevail.
These all seem plausible, but because JR comes from the old school, he always likes to point out the little things and I love his reference of Wyatt going over Cena via pinfall as opposed to escaping the cage.