Like many, I don't believe that Battleground will be the blow off for the Cena/Owens rivalry. Rather, I think Summerslam will be (in a match that involves some sort of special stipulation), and that their match at Battleground will end in either a count-out, a disqualification, or a no contest. With that in mind, my way of booking a non-finish to this match is to have Cena and Owens battle it out to a 30-minute time limit draw. I know they haven't used this type of finish in years (unless I've missed something, and I usually don't) and I know they don't really announce any real time limits prior to the matches anymore, but the idea is that Cena and Owens threw everything they had at one another the first two times they wrestled and the only thing that was on the line then was pride. Now there's pride/the drive to prove who the better man is plus the United States Championship being on the line on top of it, so the story of the match is that despite their best efforts to pull out everything in their repertoire to win the match, neither guy could put the other away before time expired. And so with both of them tied at one victory apiece and a now unresolved conclusion to their rubber match, that necessitates one final match at Summerslam with some kind of stipulation attached to it (a 'Last Man Standing' match would be a perfect ending to this feud for the obvious reasons.) Of course, counting the video package, the entrances, the match, and the aftermath, that means the whole thing will eat up approximately 40 minutes of the PPV, but what's wrong with that? The Intercontinental Title match is no longer scheduled to take place, so that leaves some extra PPV time that needs to be filled anyway.