WWE returns to pay-per-view Sunday with No Way Out.

The show has undergone a number of changes to the announced and predicted card because of injuries and suspensions, creating an opportunity for at least one young star to step up to the plate.

Ring Posts contributors Arda Ocal and Adam Testa weighed in with their predictions for the PPV:

Pre-Show Match

Brodus Clay vs. David Otunga

Adam: This is a match that doesn't appeal to me in the least. Look at how long it has been since Otunga won a match and how long it's been since Clay has officially lost one. This is a completely one-sided story, and it's not likely WWE will end Clay's victorious streak on a YouTube show.

Prediction: Brodus Clay

Arda: I'm wondering if this is a match that people will log on to the YouTube pre-show to see. There is certainly a segment of the WWE Universe that will log on regardless of what the match is, but others need an appealing matchup to motivate them. Brodus Clay is certainly entertaining to many, but I wonder if this match will make people truly feel that his undefeated streak is in any sort of jeopardy. Brodus embarrases Otunga and wins.

Prediction: Brodus Clay

Divas Championship

Layla (c) vs. Beth Phoenix

Adam: The divas have taken a backseat, as of late. They have been given little television time, and hence, we get a rushed Divas Championship rematch with little recent build. Phoenix pinned Layla on Raw in what basically amounted to a comedy match, but there's no reason to move the belt back to her with so little momentum or story behind it.

Prediction: Layla

Arda: I hate to say this, but unfortunately the Divas division has the Kharma cloud hanging over it. Whether she returns Sunday or not, we all anticipate this return and hope it comes sooner than later because, to me, she is the shot in the arm that is needed to rejuvenate interest in the Divas division. Hopefully Layla and Beth Phoenix can present a good match to make us forget about Kharma. Layla retains.

Prediction: Layla 

Intercontinental Championship

Christian (c) vs. Cody Rhodes

Adam: This is another rematch over a title that hasn't meant much lately. The Intercontinental Championship has been hot-potatoed since WrestleMania, and hopefully it doesn't change hands here again. The absence of some main-event stars is the opening Rhodes needs to reach the next level, and Christian provides a veteran presence in the midcard scene. Therefore, there's no reason to pull yet another title switch with the Intercontinental belt.

Prediction: Christian