After what has transpired at both the Night of Champions pay-per-view and last night's episode of Monday Night RAW, the WWE heads to the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York on Sunday, October 6th for the first ever Battleground pay-per-view.
And so without further delay, here's what to expect at Battleground:
Daniel Bryan will be excluded from the WWE Championship picture. After Daniel Bryan was stripped from the WWE Championship after he allegedly conspired with referee Scott Armstrong at Night of Champions, expect Triple H to punish Bryan by not allowing to compete for the WWE Championship at Battleground.
Instead, expect Bryan to face the wrath of Triple H at a possible "No Holds Barred" match. Meanwhile, look for the WWE Championship match to be Randy Orton taking on the Big Show. The Big Show will get his title shot as a reward for attacking Dusty Rhodes last night on RAW.
The Del Rio-Van Dam feud is far from over. After Rob Van Dam defeated Alberto Del Rio via a disqualification at Night of Champions, expect the fireworks between these two men at Battleground. Will the Mexican Aristocrat retain or will the ECW Original get the upper hand?
A.J. Lee continues to be the center of the Divas division. After Lee managed to retain the Divas Championship against Natalya, Naomi, and Brie Bella in a Fatal 4 Way match at Night of Champions, it seems as if though the Divas division is back to being on the back burner.
As it turned out, Lee has targeted Natalya on last night's RAW following a six-diva tag team match.
Will Cody Rhodes and Goldust return at Battleground? After it was reported that Cody Rhodes and Goldust will be teaming up with their father Dusty Rhodes to face the Shield, expect some revenge from the Rhodes Family should this feud materialize.