WWE No Way Out: John Cena Fired If Big Show Beats Him

Announced at Tuesday’s WWE SmackDown tapings, John Cena will be fired from the WWE if he loses his Steel Cage Match against Big Show at Sunday’s WWE No Way Out pay-per-view.

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Announced at Tuesday’s WWE SmackDown tapings, John Cena will be fired from the WWE if he loses his Steel Cage Match against Big Show at Sunday’s WWE No Way Out pay-per-view.

The new stipulation was added by John Laurinaitis, who himself will be fired by Vince McMahon if The Big Show loses. As McMahon announced on RAW, he will be at ringside at No Way Out watching the match.

So the final card for Sunday is as follows;

WWE Title Match
Kane vs. Daniel Bryan vs. CM Punk

World Heavyweight Title Match
Dolph Ziggler vs. Sheamus

Steel Cage Match
Big Show vs. John Cena
John Laurinaitis and John Cena’s jobs on the line. Vince McMahon will be at ringside.

WWE Intercontinental Title Match
Cody Rhodes vs. Christian

WWE Divas Title Match
Beth Phoenix vs. Layla

YouTube Pre-show Match
David Otunga vs. Brodus Clay

Triple H will make an appearance to address the Brock Lesanr situation.

 

There does seem to be room for one or two more matches that could be added to the card during the show as surprise bouts, such as another Ryback squash or possibly a Jack Swagger vs Santino Marella match for the US Title. Though I wouldn’t expect either to be announced ahead of time and it will likely depend on how long the Triple H promo addressing the Lesnar situation lasts.

WWE No Way Out comes from the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. It will be screened live on Sky Box Office in the UK.