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Seth Rollins destined to become new world champion?

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Seth Rollins became the 14th Money in the Bank winner at the end of last month, which means him carrying around that briefcase is not a new sight in WWE.

We all know the rules, he can cash in his briefcase at any time when he feels the champion is vulnerable and as soon as the bell rings, if he gets a three count then he is the new champion.

Twice in two weeks we have seen Rollins try to cash in on John Cena and twice he has been out smarted by former team mate and brother Dean Ambrose.

This has lead to much online speculation and rumours as to the path WWE could be heading down with the former Tag Team Champion.

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Lesnar 

It is common knowledge by now that Brock Lesnar is returning to take on John Cena at next months showcase SummerSlam. It is also well known that Lesnar is set to be walking out with the title and could have a reign of decent length.

This means that is highly unlikely Seth will cash in and win on Cena before Summerslam otherwise his match with Brock wouldn't be able to happen. After The Biggest Party of the Summer when Brock walks out champion it will mean a heel has the championship so Seth won't be cashing in.

Ambrose 

Seth will likely continue the feud with Dean Ambrose and his former Shield team mate will keep stopping him from cashing in the briefcase in pretty inventive ways. We have already seen the former United States Champion cost him twice so now he will begin to get creative, like heading to the ring wearing a referee outfit when Seth calls for one to cash in his contract.

WWE could make this an exciting feud and it could continue under the radar until Brock drops the title. No one actually knows when this will be yet but the obvious places seem to be the Royal Rumble or WrestleMania 31.

Reigns

The big rumour coming out of next years showpiece sees Roman Reigns walking out with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and for Seth to cash in the briefcase on the first Raw after WrestleMania on his former team mate would begin a feud which would see both of them cement their places as main event players in the WWE.

This would make sense considering how little Roman seemed to care about Seth's betrayal a little over a month ago, this means something is brewing between the pair and we could see an epic feud between the two over the title next year.

Dolph Ziggler held onto his Money in the Bank contract back in 2011 and didn't cash in until Raw after Mania in 2012. This then saw the best crowd reaction of the PG era when he won the title from Alberto Del Rio. 

The longer Seth holds the title the more excited the WWE Universe becomes because once he's cashed in he no longer has a bargaining chip. The excitement and anticipation needs to stay with Seth and help him build a hatable heel character much like Roman is building his baby face.

If the two are destined to clash, so far WWE is expertly building under the radar.

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