After an eventful Extreme Rules pay-per-view, the WWE heads to suburban Chicago on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 for
the first ever WWE Payback pay-per-view. And so, here's what to expect:
No part-timers. For the first time since last year's TLC pay-per-view, no part-time (but very over) talent such as The Rock, Triple H, Undertaker, or Brock Lesnar will be competing on Payback. In an effort to give Payback some much-needed buys, look for Vince McMahon to talk CM Punk out of his vacation.
The John Cena vs. Ryback feud will continue. After a controversial finish at Extreme Rules, look for Cena and Ryback to continue their feud for the WWE Championship.
A new challenger for Dolph Ziggler. Even though Alberto Del Rio became the number one contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at Extreme Rules, don't expect Del Rio to face Ziggler at Payback. Instead if the WWE is smart, look for Randy Orton to feud with Ziggler since Orton is a much better opponent than Del Rio.
Team Heck No will disband. I expect Kane and Daniel Bryan to break up at Payback, resulting in a match between the two at perhaps Money in the Bank.