WWE Great Balls of Fire 2017: Ranking Matches Based on Predictability

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Which WWE Great Balls of Fire match is the least predictable? Where will WWE swerve?

WWE has a bit of a reputation these days for being, well, predictable. Boring, even, or having a complete and utter unwillingness to take risks. Each pay-per-view the fans wait to see if this will be the day they swerve us and do something inspired. Sometimes it happens, like Jinder Mahal winning the WWE Championship.

Most of the time, though, it just doesn’t. Great Balls of Fire is this Sunday night and it’s entirely possible WWE has a few surprises in store for us. It’s also entirely possible that everything goes exactly as expected. In that spirit, we’ve ranked every match on the card from most predictable to least predictable. Do you agree with us, or are we missing something right in front of our noses?

Source: WWE.com

8. Enzo Amore vs. Big Cass

There’s not a whole lot to even say about this one. While the last two weeks have seen some of Enzo’s best promo work and Cass’ best character development, that doesn’t change the fact that it’s a rush job. Sure, they spent all this time with Enzo being attacked and then Cass being attacked, maybe it was the Big Show, maybe it was The Revival, on and on. Many of us guessed it was Cass all along but that’s not the same as WWE building a feud. The last couple of weeks have been excellent but it would’ve been a lot better if they let it breathe. This could easily kick off SummerSlam with a bang.

There’s also the issue that Enzo, quite simply, can’t go over. You can’t build up Cass all this time just to have him lose to Enzo. Somehow, both need to come away looking strong and the story needs to be progressed. We’re not sure how they’re going to do that, but we are sure that Big Cass will be the winner.