Six-man tag team match: The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns) vs. Evolution (Triple H, Batista and Randy Orton)
Easily, this is the most compelling match on the card, and even though there is no title on the line and it doesn't have an extreme stipulation, it should absolutely close the show on Sunday. The outcome of this match is largely dependant on what's next for all involved. Does WWE plan for this to just be a one-and-done special attraction, or a lengthy feud?
The Shield was ready to break-up a few weeks prior to WrestleMania, then got on the same page in time for a squash against Kane and the New Age Outlaws at the showcase event. A loss here could see them start to show another rift. A victory and you sort of wonder what could possibly be next for them, after having conquered the three biggest heels in the company.
From Evolution's standpoint, there is really no harm in taking a loss and dismantling. Triple H is untouchable at this point. No matter how many losses he suffers, he's still a draw in reality and he's still the boss, both in reality and on television. Randy Orton still has value too, although I think it's clear he'll never truly be "the man" in WWE. He also still has a rematch against Daniel Bryan waiting for him. As for Batista, his usefulness is mainly in putting other people over at this point. And, if rumors that he's taking some time off after Extreme Rules are true, who better to eat the pinfall in this match, then be excommunicated from Evolution? That could also put him in a babyface role that WWE wants when he eventually does return this summer. (I don't think it would be too difficult to get the fans back on his side for a few high-profile matches -- in particular, I'd love to see Batista vs. Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam -- as long as he's given the right opponent and the right on-screen motivation.)
What's the benefit to Evolution winning here? The only obvious answer is that it eliminates the Shield obstacle from all three of them taking another run at Daniel Bryan, a logical story for next month's Payback special event, and potentially resuming their feud with the Shield afterward.
The Shield might actually have more to gain with a loss here, especially if Evolution does what all good heels should do - cheat to win.