We've got another month to go, but what the heck. Several matches on the card are already shaping up. So I'm going to have a go at this. At least the title matches anyways.
WWE Championship match
John Cena (c) vs. Ryback
Winner: John Cena
As Booker T clearly stated on Raw, The Rock has a remach clause, but I don't see it happening at Extreme Rules. The chances of it happening at Payback are more likely. Ryback just turned heel, and Cena needs a fresh challenger to start off what will probably be a lengthy title reign, so there you go. The downside is that Ryback will lose yet another PPV match, but oh well.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship match
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
I believe by the end of his title reign, Ziggler will ultimately become a babyface. It's only a matter of time before AJ Lee and Big E Langston turn on him, the crowd wants to cheer for him, and heel contenders like Jack Swagger are waiting patiently in the background. But first, Ziggler has to take care of Alberto Del Rio, who will be ready for his rematch by May. Ziggler's been waiting 10 months to cash in, so I obviously expect him to retain at least once.
WWE Intercontinental Championship match
Wade Barrett (c) vs. The Miz
Winner: The Miz
Wade Barrett won the Intercontinental Championship back just 24 hours after losing it. The Miz, meanwhile, will be gone for the rest of April to shoot a film, but he'll be back in May ready to cash in an ovedue rematch clause. I fully expect Barrett's third title reign to be booked better than his second reign, but I don't see it lasting as long. I'm going to say The Miz wins back the title here. That way Barrett can start looking towards Money In The Bank.
WWE United States Championship match
Antonio Cesaro (c) vs. Kofi Kingston
Winner: Antonio Cesaro
After what will be 9 long months of proclaiming that no American will beat him for the US title, Cesaro is about to find himself facing a man born in Ghana, West Africa: Kofi Kingston. Cesaro's booking has suffered horribly since February, which is normally a sign that his title reign is about to end, but not quite yet. I think this will be Cesaro's last successful title defense, and he will ultimately lose the title to Canada's Christian, who is expected to return at any time.
WWE Tag Team Championship match
Team Hell No (c) vs. The Shield
Winner: The Shield
Let's face it, Team Hell No should've split months ago, and I'm still suprised we didn't see Kane vs. Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania. They finally managed to get on the same page last Sunday, but that's the calm before the storm, in my opinion. The Shield has momentum, but the group needs to continue evolving to stay interesting. A title change needs to occur. I don't care which 2 of the 3 guys are the contenders. I just see Team Hell No's reign coming to an end.
Feel free to add your own predictions. I'm sure I'll add more of my own as we get closer to the PPV.