Main Event - No DQ, No Countout, If John Laurinaitis loses he's fired
John Cena vs. John Laurinaitis
WWE Championship Match
CM Punk (c) vs. Daniel Bryan
Fatal Four-Way for the World Heavyweight Championship
Sheamus (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho vs. Alberto Del Rio
WWE Tag Team Championship
R-Truth & Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Jack Swagger & Dolph Ziggler
WWE Divas Championship
Layla (c) vs. Beth Phoenix
Pre-Show (streaming live on YouTube)
Zack Ryder vs. Kane
Don't be surprised to see a "bonus" match added to the card during the show, and yes, like most of you reading this, we expect Big Show to get involved in the Cena match.
Laurinaitis has not been an active competitor for 12 years, but he is the huge odds-on favourite to be victorious tonight, according to bookmakers Paddy Power.
Bookmakers had offered odds on a number of matches at WrestleMania last month, and with Brock Lesnar back in the spotlight were also offering odds on the former UFC Heavyweight champion's return at Extreme Rules.
Cena vs. Laurinaitis again looks likely to be popular with wrestling fans, and Paddy Power make the former Johnny Ace the 8/15 favourite to win this match, with Cena 11/8 to follow up his win over Lesnar by ending the era of ‘People Power’ in WWE.
Elsewhere on the card, CM Punk is 4/9 favourite to win his highly-anticipated match-up with Daniel Bryan, who 13/8 to walk away with the gold.
Sheamus is the even money favourite to remain World Heavyweight champion at the end of the pay-per-view, with Orton 13/5, Del Rio 10/3 and Jericho 9/2.
Layla made a shock return to action to win the Divas Championship last month and she is 4/7 favourite for her bout with Beth Phoenix, who is 5/4 to win the bout, while Kofi Kingston and R-Truth are 4/11 favourites to retain the Tag Team Titles against Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler, who are 15/8 to become the top tandem in WWE.
In the pre-game show, streaming live on the WWE Youtube page, Kane takes on Zack Ryder. Unsurprisingly, ‘The Big Red Machine’ is 2/9 favourite to claim a victory on the night, with Ryder 11/4 to pull off a major upset.
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