Friday, July 20, 2012

Saturday To-Do: WWE Raw

Posted By on Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 9:19 AM

WWE Raw comes to Verizon Arena Saturday.
  • WWE Raw comes to Verizon Arena Saturday.

WWE RAW
7:30 p.m. Verizon Arena. $17-$97.

This match is highlighted by 10-time WWE Champion John Cena, who'll take on the seven-foot, 441-pound human tower known as Big Show. Will the Cenation turn out to root for their leader?

The "Long Island Iced-Z," a.k.a. Zack Ryder will go head to head with the bleached-blonde narcissist Dolph Ziggler. But is Ziggler hated enough by the fans to truly own his heel status?

And what about Big Show? Is he really a super-heel?

Bleacher Report's Michael Guadalupe is unconvinced: "The bottom line is that the WWE is thin on good heels," Guadalupe wrote. "While they may try to push Big Show on us as a super-heel, Big Show is very far away from super. He lacks wrestling ability and has yet to come up with a win at any pay-per-view since his heel turn this year."

But who knows what drama might unfold at Verizon Arena?

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