WWE Predictions Stomping Grounds – Cageside Seats



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WWE returns to pay-per-view (PPV) – if your cable operator is hosting the event, of course – tomorrow night (Sunday, June 23, 2019) will be staying at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington. Lands of the Footprint event starting at 6:00 pm ET with the Kickoff show that takes you straight to the main course at 7:00 pm ET on the WWE Network.

Set to the card: Many rematch!

Fortunately for you Cagesiders, our team of learned wrestling fanatics is here to help figure out how the event will happen with the predictions for each match on the card.

Come on.


Lands of the Footprint forecasts

Seth Rollins Vs. Baron Corbin

Geno Mrosko: I'm very excited that the special referee is Bob Lashley and have a null impact on the result. Choose: Seth Rollins

Sean Rueter: Who cares about the game? I'm just tuning in to the special revelation that the sweet and the special guest. Choose: Seth Rollins

Kyle Decker: In no world will Baron Corbin win this game. I suppose they can do the thing where he wins and Brock Lesnar immediately hits him for it. But even that would not make more sense than Brock just defeating Becky Lynch's boyfriend for the title. Choose: Seth Rollins

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: Crom! I've never prayed to you before. I have no language for this. No one, not even you, will remember whether we are good or bad. Why do we fight or why do we die. All that matters is that today, Baron Corbin does not become a Universal Champion. That's what's important! Value pleases you, Crom; so give me a request Give me revenge! And if you do not listen, then to hell with you! Choose: Seth Rollins

Cain A. KnightThe main reason why the WWE product has been so terrible in the aftermath of WrestleMania 35 is that the biggest leaps in history since then are Shane McMahon, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler and Lacey Evans. And now we're here with Baron Corbin in a major PPV event. I hope the referee becomes the 24/7 champion and this game turns into a showcase for that title. But Vince will probably dive into his 1996 tricks purse and pick up Fake Dean Ambrose. Choose: Seth Rollins


Kofi Kingston vs Dolph Ziggler

Geno Mrosko: It should have been Ziggler, at some point. We are no longer on this point. Choose: Kofi Kingston

Sean Rueter: You're right, Dolph. I never had your back. Not yet. Choose: Kofi Kingston

Kyle Decker: This always seemed like a rivalry for a few months before a more legitimate challenger for Kofi. The big question is whether they extend or not for another show before SummerSlam. Choose: Kofi Kingston

Rev. Claire ElizabethWe are far enough in Kofi's reign to have my pessimism gone unnoticed and I'm not expecting a loss until it seems significant, and Dolph Ziggler doing a strange CM Punk Cosplay with more whining cries does not seem meaningful. Choose: Kofi Kingston

Cain A. Knight: I do not know why WWE thinks it can hit a guy on the ground for 10 years and then expect fans to believe he's a credible threat to the title. There was a time not too long ago, when Kingston also was not a credible threat to the WWE Championship. But that changed after Kofi was hired as a blockbuster for several months. WWE skipped that critical step with Ziggler, so he seems completely out of place here. Choose: Kofi Kingston


Becky Lynch vs. Lacey Evans

Geno Mrosko: Call me crazy, but it sure looks like they love Lacey. I do not think they should do this, but I think they need something to shake things up a bit. Choose: Lacey Evans

Sean RueterThe Lady may one day be a top act in the women's division, but the last few weeks have proven that the day has not yet come. Choose: Becky Lynch

Kyle Decker: Dude, if Becky loses the title here, that would be a bit epic cutting someone's legs. To go from both titles to WrestleMania for no title, two later PPVs would be a terrible move. It does not mean they will not do it, but I hope they realize how bad this would be. Choose: Becky Lynch

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: Damn, I already did the Conan copy and paste. Although fair, I like Lacey more than Baron's – her wardrobe is kind of crazy at times, but she has a lot of potential. Aha, but there's that word again, "potential." As in, she still has not gotten there. Choose: Becky Lynch

Cain A. Knight: Becky's momentum was seriously halted during these post-WrestleMania crisis moments, and it should be a top priority to change that. This means that Lynch drops Evans and moves on to a new challenger who is closer to her level. But does this person still exist on Raw now? If not then maybe Evans really has a chance here. Choose: Becky Lynch


Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss

Geno Mrosko: They have shown several times that they are willing to go out of their way to put the belt on Alexa. Why would this be different here? Choose: Alexa Bliss

Sean Rueter: Alexa and Nikki Cross will rival at some point in the not-too-distant future, and winning the SmackDown title does not help much. Choose: Bayley

Kyle Decker: It is very difficult to bet against Alexa Bliss in a title match. Personally, I would like to see a double turn – Bayley turning the heel in a way that makes Alexa a face. Shake things up a bit. They probably will not do that, but I'm choosing Hugger's victory anyway. Choose: Bayley

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: Nikki Cross humorously tries to help her friend Alexa, goes wrong, then Bayley maintains. Choose: Bayley

Cain A. Knight: This is the most interesting match on the card. Bliss is doing a great job on the microphone, everything about Bayley's presentation has a renewed vigor behind it, and Nikki Cross is taking some TV time out of this story. Getting a break from Charlotte Flair on the championship scene is also a big help. Bayley needs that win more than Bliss, which means Bliss will probably win. I will remain optimistic. Choose: Bayley


Roman Reigns Vs. Drew McIntyre

Geno Mrosko: This was not entirely interesting in WrestleMania and now it is worse with the involvement of Shane McMahon. This is hampered by the fact that it is only a match for Reigns vs.. McMahon. McIntyre deserves better. Choose: Roman Reigns

Sean Rueter: The story has not improved since they fought in WrestleMania 35, so I hope the game is memorable, which … I think I enjoyed the game "Mania"? But that was a long night and everything WWE did, since it's not the 24/7 title, nor the Firefly Funhouse, which works well for me, and I really do not remember much unless Big Dog won . Anyway, guessing that they are still betting on Romey on the way to a great moment of overcoming at SummerSlam, then the interference from The Revival and / or Shane O'Mack takes the great Scot back to his victory. Choose: Drew McIntyre

Kyle Decker: Drew will not beat Reigns. I mean, he's not Shane McMahon. Choose: Roman Reigns

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: The Big Dog is the only good dog, and the Scottish Psychopath has not had a moral center for his character since he was leading the charge against WWE in his Evolve days. Easypeasy. Choose: Roman Reigns

Cain A. Knight: The story of Shane McMahon is killing the product and needs to finish as fast as possible. McIntyre could actually use that win, but it would be a lousy look at Reigns losing consecutive pay-per-view games against Shane McMahon and his lackeys. Vince McMahon seems to think Shane McMahon is a bigger star than McIntyre, so I think Reigns wins here to prove he deserves another match with Shane. Choose: Roman Reigns


Samoa Joe vs. Ricochet

Geno Mrosko: They seem to get hot and cold on Ricochet, depending on the week. I think they are hot on it this week. Choose: Ricochet

Sean Rueter: This should be the beginning of a good fight, which does not really help me with a prediction. The champion can continue using sneaky means or be caught with a flash pin. Or he would continue his problem. Since we have just worn the red, white and blue belt, let's choose the first option. Choose: Samoa Joe

Kyle Decker: I can see WWE shaking things up by putting the belt on the newcomer in hopes of rekindling a little more interest in their product. Reigning Joe's title has been a dud anyway. Choose: Ricochet

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: Supposedly there was this plan to use Money in the Bank to really make a new face. Of course this is out of the question, but maybe the first and only one can benefit from similar tactics against Samoa Joe here. Choose: Ricochet

Cain A. Knight: These guys can only deliver the best match of the night. For the past two months, I've seen Ricochet being arrested by Robert Roode, Baron Corbin and Cesaro, so he's probably the underdog here. I hope Ricochet has worked on his surprise skills because this play is always Joe's biggest weakness. Choose: Samoa Joe


Daniel Bryan & Rowan Vs. Heavy Machinery

Geno Mrosko: I can not imagine a title change here, but craziest things happened! Yes, I can not even talk about it, no matter how much I love Otis. Choose: Bryan & Big Flannel

Sean Rueter: Surely they do not take the strips of the tag team champions of Planet in the middle of a Tag Team Evolution. In addition, Otis & Tucky already own the Yolo County belts, which I think may have more prestige at this point, anyway. Choose: Daniel Bryan & Rowan

Kyle Decker: Love me a bit of Otis, but they need Bryan anchoring in the division. You can take advantage of Otis (and the other guy, I think) as much as the loops we can with them. Choice: Daniel Bryan and Rowan

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: I like Heavy Machinery and everything, but this is not the time to change – Bryan and Rowan have not yet been able to make the tags titles cool and renewable! Choose: Daniel Bryan & Erick Rowan

Cain A. Knight: Bryan and Otis are here, so this game should be a lot of fun, especially in front of a crowd that will worship Bryan. The singles scene desperately needs the presence of Daniel Bryan again, so I hope babies come out like the champions. I do not think WWE will pull this trigger yet. Choose: Daniel Bryan & Rowan


The new day against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn

Geno Mrosko: We're only here until Owens and Zayn come back again. Which, somehow, is already late. Choose: New Day

Sean Rueter: My man, Big Epsilon, was winning on Twitter while I was away, and I think the winning streak is still here. What? It makes as much sense as anything else. Choose: New Day

Kyle Decker: Kevin and Sami have taken some Ls lately, so they have come around here. It would be nice to legitimize them and maybe use them in the SmackDown tag title scene (though Sami is on Raw, but none of that matters anymore). Hitting the new day would be a good way to make them look good. Choose: Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: Literally there are fewer choices for Owens and Zayn as I write this, so I'm just playing the odds. Choose: Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Cain A. Knight: This is one of those games where no matter who wins. Just relax, have fun with four awesome fighters and try to forget that the jumps have just been eliminated in two of three falls on Raw and SmackDown this week. Choose: New Day


Tony Nese vs. Akira Tozawa Vs. Drew Gulak

Geno Mrosko: Choose: Tony Nese

Sean Rueter: Now that he has stopped trying to make the 205 Live better and is just at it, it's clearly the time of the Philadelphia litter. Choose: Drew Gulak

Kyle Decker: I still do not see 205 Live, but it's crazy that Gulak has not yet won that title. Choose: Drew Gulak

Rev. Claire Elizabeth: I saw what Drew Gulak is capable of when he takes away the governor. This is your time. Choose: Drew Gulak

Cain A. Knight: I've been pacing all week and lost many hours of sleep trying to figure it out. Choose: Drew Gulak


This is how we see the card being played.

You?

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