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Quite the Ending - Edge Switches Brands to Take a Title



Yes, No Way Out is in the books, and while the booking of the show as a little strange in that the SmackDown title chamber match was first, we all know now as to why that was done. It was done that so that Edge could make his way into the RAW match, and with the help of Chris Jericho and Rey Mysterio beat John Cena to eventually take the World Heavyweight title.

Now with that over, we get a more clear picture as to where things will likely stand for WrestleMania XXV. On the SmackDown side, it looks as if we'll see Triple H vs Undertaker for the WWE title, in what should be a great match, and a rematch of the two from their WrestleMania X-Seven match in Houston a couple of years ago.

On the RAW side, I am willing to bet we'll have an Edge-John Cena-Randy Orton title match, as it's only right to have some sort of three-way for the World Heavyweight title. If they really want to throw a curve ball, they could put Edge vs Orton together if they want to turn Edge, but that seems unlikely.

On the other hand, they could have a huge four-way title match with Triple H, Edge, Randy Orton and John Cena, but again, that seems to go out of the realm of what the WWE usually does.

In any case, the lead up to Mania has just become a LOT more interesting.

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Hey, where are your pre and post-ppv shows? I miss them.

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