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Originally Posted by Wrestling Observer Newsletter
It's been decided that the World Heavyweight Championship Match between Batista and Mr. Kennedy will go on last. At the moment, both Batista and Kennedy are being pushed stronger than anyone in the WWE Title Match. Though Kennedy is heavily rumored to being the victor, don't be shocked if Batista pulls out the victory and is then taken out by whoever the Money in the Bank winner is.

The Three Way Dance for the WWE Title is expected to get the most time out of the show, hovering around the 30 minute mark. Even more so than any other the match, the result of this is still very much in the air. While Orton is seen as one of the future cornerstones of this business, many within the company feel an Edge win not only gives him tremendous momentum, but it keeps the possibility of an Edge-Taker Winning Streak vs. Winning Streak match open for next year. Of course...

The finish on Cena-Undertaker hasn't gotten anymore clearer since we last reported. Vince McMahon is still very much in favor of his cash cow John Cena taking The Phenom's WrestleMania streak. The Undertaker is obviously against it, and McMahon would usually ALWAYS go with Taker, but this concerns John Cena. Toss up.

Originally, the talk was to let Steve Austin and Kurt Angle's match hover around the ten minute mark, but Austin has told officials his body will let him go twenty minutes for an event like this. It should be interesting to see how good of a match Angle will manage to pull out of the broken down Rattlesnake.

Though it's one of the more anticipated battles at the event, The Rock and Triple H both feel that they must go "balls to the wall" in order to make a dent in this mega card. Don't expect any SUPER bumps from this WrestleMania match though. Just a strong, violent feud-ender from this No Holds Barred Match.

The other seven matches on the card are all completely up in the air. Obviously, you can expect Raw and SmackDown to split a victory each in both of their brand vs. brand tag matches. Daniels-Mysterio is especially intriguing. Daniels was scheduled to win about a month ago, but recently McMahon has begun to second think having a "TNA wrestler" win a match at his most notable event.
Sunday Night Heat on the 29th. WrestleMania on December 2nd.

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