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WWE Payback 2015: 5 things that can ruin the Pay-Per-View

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8.41K   //    16 May 2015, 19:37 IST

We are just hours away from WWE's latest pay-per-view offering, Payback. The match card for the show has been stacked with eight matches by the WWE and though it is not anywhere near exciting as WWE would have wanted it to be, Payback does have some firepower.

The question however will be: how will WWE make use of this firepower. No matter what happens WWE will be looking to make Payback a tad better than Extreme Rules. They will have to avoid certain booking decisions for the same to materialize and here is a rundown on them.

Authority ruining the main event

Kane has an infamous reputation of interfering in matches

The Authority have an infamous reputation for messing up pay-per-view matches. it would be natural of the creative team to think about this option when they are booking the main event of Payback.

WWE has been playing up the role of Kane in the entire storyline and considering the friction he has with Rollins, he might get in between the ropes at some point of the match. This is something that WWE should avoid as they need to leave the complete limelight on the four superstars. No matter who gets pinned, an outside interference should not happen at Payback unless it is Brock Lesnar.

Tag Team title change

The title needs to stay with them

The tag team championship will be up for grabs in the pay-per-view in a match between New Day and Tyson Kidd and Cesaro. The two out of three falls match is destined to entertain the fans as all the wrestlers involved have enough skills in them to pull off a five-star outing.

As far as the result is concerned, the win should go to New Day. The WWE Universe are split when it comes to the current champs but that does not mean WWE should take the title away from them. The creative is doing a great job of rebuilding the division and the last thing they would want is to devalue the title by letting it change hands too often.

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An engineer by luck and a sports writer by passion, Renjith has been covering various sports for almost half a decade. He has received praise from the likes of WWE superstars Paul Heyman and Natalya for his work and is constantly looking out for creative challenges that excite him while finding beauty in the art of Combat Sports.
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