John Cena, Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. The Club:
This is not so much predicting who will win — that’s obvious — but rather where WWE goes with these six competitors. Cena’s short-lived partnership with Enzo & Cass is one-and-done with them set to go their separate ways following the draft. The Club is being also being split up across brands as WWE ends its newest faction, one which was just starting to gain some traction.
This would make a good spot for the main-roster debut of Finn Balor with Gallows & Anderson turning on A.J. Styles, but WWE may want to build him up as a singles performer. Plus, Balor is way over as a face and turning Styles face would be all kinds of wrong now that he’s finally connecting with the audience on the mic as a heel. So yeah, what WWE is doing is anyone’s guess. The outcome of this match, though, should be obvious.
That became the rallying cry of The Club after Money in the Bank last month when AJ Styles defeated John Cena in a dream match. Of course, he didn’t do it alone. When the referee was knocked down towards the end of the match, Styles’ running mates from Japan, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, ran down and… well… beat up John Cena. They made haste before the referee came to and AJ Styles got a rare 1-2-3 on John Cena.
John Cena is looking for revenge. Because of the Club, he lost an excellent match to AJ Styles last month. John is less upset about the loss than the fact it was dirty. A win over the Club, especially if he is able to pin AJ Styles, may earn him a rematch against the Phenomenal One.