For as negative as I am about the Summerslam card I'm expecting some fun spots in the Lumberjack match. They haven't had a roster as deep and talented for a match like this in a long time. Typically it's been Kofi and Cesaro who come out looking great in these big group matches.
@papercut: Let me tell you something Mean papercut. I was the rightful Krazy™ champion coming out of Battlegrounds and was denied the belt on a technicality. You know it, I know, and all the Mez-maniacs out there know it. And come this Sunday at Summerslam all of Giant Bomb will know it. You think you know Krazy™ but I was born with Krazy™ pumping through my veins brother. If we let this man be the judge of who calls the Kraziest prediction then Krazy™ justice is blind and the jury's all been buried alive.
Okay not kayfabe anymore but honestly I'm just sore because that was the closest I'll ever come to winning one of these prediction things. Plus it was my first time trying, I don't read the dirt sheets, and I didn't suggest anything I thought would actually happened. You could've just let me hold on to the title for a month while I part-timed in this forum thread then I would have come back for Summerslam to lose it clean to someone else's prediction no problem. Instead we're setting the bar at some unreasonable level that we might as well end this thing all together. SO, onto the Krazy™...The first part is the basic gist of the prediction, the rest is just some guilty embellishment and can be ignored for now. If I only I had faith that WWE could make such things possible.
1.I'm going to double down on a prediction from last PPV. Bray attacks, defiles, or desecrates Jericho's light up jacket. Perhaps he attacks it Flair style or wears it while he finishes Jericho. I'd really like to see him break those LEDs somehow.
2. Paige Gorilla Presses AJ over the announce table. Maybe one of them actually catches her. Paige then does her hardcore screech at whoever is holding AJ. Startled they throw her back at Paige who catches her and the match continues.
3. At the end of the Lumberjack match no matter who wins, all the Lumberjacks rush the ring to beat up both of them. Suddenly Rollins and Ambrose are fighting as a team just to survive but the sheer number of dudes is too much for them. Hit the music, Roman Reigns does a run-in to save both of them. When the ring is cleared the three of them stand-off then part ways, except for Roman who is just waiting for his match to start, slightly fatigued from helping the former teammates.