No Way Out will be the first SmackDown! pay-per-view of 2005, and if history is any indication, major changes could be on the horizon for the SmackDown! roster.
Remember, just last year, Eddie Guerrero defeated Brock Lesnar to become WWE Champion at No Way Out 2004 in San Francisco in one of the more memorable matches of the entire year.
Countless questions will be asked heading into this year’s No Way Out in Pittsburgh. Will John Bradshaw Layfield possibly survive his Triple Threat Match with Kurt Angle and Big Show at the Royal Rumble? Or could we have a new WWE Champion?
Will Heidenreich and Undertaker continue their sordid rivalry, or will the Deadman put him to rest in their Casket Match at Royal Rumble on Jan. 30?
Plus, could we crown new WWE Tag Team Champions? The Basham Brothers recently won the titles for the second time on SmackDown!, but with so many top teams on the roster, there’s no telling who could be champs before or after No Way Out.