“Still Unbroken” by Lynyrd Skynyrd equals the total kick-bottom theme song for this Sunday’s WWE Breaking Point. Why would I say that it’s a kick-bottom tune? It’s a mix by Skynyrd of their older music that fans of theirs absolutely love and a new, modern age rock of love produced to be WWE Breaking Points theme. Shockingly enough, this is one of few country/rock songs that I really enjoy. I would suggest everyone to go out and buy the single, “Still Unbroken,” because it rocks that much to the core and you’ll get your rocking’s out of this song. Now to the pay-per-view perditions.
World Heavyweight Championship Submission match:
CM Punk (Champ) v. the Undertaker
[adinserter block=”1″]A returning Dead Man is coming back this Sunday to challenge the World Heavyweight Champion in a submission match for the champion’s title strap. CM Punk has his hands full because the Undertaker never submitted ever in his career as the Undertaker, ever. Could this Sunday be a first for everyone ordering the pay-per-view? I personally don’t think so. Here’s my prediction: CM Punk someone does a “Montréal Screw Job II” to the Dead Man, putting him in his Anaconda Vise, having the referee calling for the bell, making the Dead Man never tapping. Remember, they are in Montréal, of all places, on Sunday. You read it first here.
WWE Championship “I Quit” match:
Randy Orton (Champ) v. John Cena
If you would have read my predictions for SummerSlam, you would have noticed then that I didn’t care about their match at SummerSlam, and same here, I could care less about Orton and Cena at Breaking Point. I am getting pretty sick and tired of seeing this main event at most of the pay-per-view main events in the past several years. But looking at the track record of both men in submission matches, or even the “I Quit” matches, I have to put my money, and my prediction, on John Cena forcing Orton to quit and Cena becoming a four-time WWE Champion and a six-time World Champion. A great match would be watching Cena’s first “I Quit” match in the WWE against John “Bradshaw” Layfield back in 2005 at Judgment Day (a pay-per-view that I attended, it was in Minnesota).
Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship Submission match:
Chris Jericho & Big Show v. Mark Henry & MVP
A match where they put two random wrestlers together to face the red-hot champions, I cannot see Mark Henry and MVP walking out of Breaking Point defeating the team of the Big Show and Chris Jericho. And honestly, I cannot see more of a bigger two mismatch teams of Big Show and Chris Jericho versus MVP and Mark Henry. We can see that Jericho and Show work, they are the tag team champs for the past two pay-per-views, making Breaking Point their third pay-per-view title match. In the end, my prediction goes with the current tag champs walking out with the unified tag straps, that being the Big Show and Chris Jericho.
Submission’s Count Anywhere match:
D-Generation X v. Legacy
Are you ready to see a first at Breaking Point, a submission’s count anywhere match? A match by itself, I’m personally excited for. The four individuals that are in the match, am I excited to see in the match, if done correctly, I am. But thinking of the match, I’m really not that thrilled for the match. Just like his sister match, the submission’s count anywhere match, the fall(s) can and will be counted anywhere when D-Generation X takes on Legacy in their second pay-per-view feud match. My prediction for the match is Legacy, because to make this feud better and to make Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase better, they need to go 1-to-1 with Michaels and HHH in their feud.
[adinserter block=”2″]To conclude my predictions for WWE Breaking Point, if they’re anything like my predictions for SummerSlam, I will go a little over 50 percent on getting my predictions right. I only gave four predictions. Could I be right on them all, or even three of them? That would catch me off guard if that’s the case. But here’s my predictions, and I hope you all enjoyed getting my incite on the pay-per-view. This is Eric Darsie from Minnesota, jamming out to Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Still Unbroken,” bought from iTunes and now is on my iPod, goodbye!
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