It has been billed as "The biggest fight of the summer" at the biggest party of the summer, but could Mr Money in the Bank be about to crash the party?
Many have doubts as to whether or not Brock Lesnar will be walking out with the title because it will mean he will have to work consecutive pay-per-views and live Raw events until he drops the title which would mean he wouldn't be working a part-time contract.
As well as this, many have also decided John Cena could be walking out with the title still around his waist because WWE logic dictates that the face usually wins the first match and the heel wins the re-match, but if Cena beats Lesnar, how much would that take away from The Undertaker and the reputation of a streak that lasted more than two decades?
Potential Cashing In
The only logical explanation to keep everyone happy would be for Lesnar to defeat Cena and for Seth Rollins to cash in, but even this could be in doubt if Seth isn't in great shape after his lumberjack match with Dean, which itself is not going to be lacking in brutality.
If that isn't the end for Seth and Dean's rivalry then he will try to stop him cashing in again, but how long can that story go on for until Triple H gets fed up of his meddling?
Rollins himself spoke to ComCast's Xfininty to promote Summerslam and the question of his briefcase arose and this is what he said:
"I don’t think Brock’s gonna come out of that match (with John Cena at SummerSlam) looking too pretty either. I didn’t say, “Let’s see the condition of Cena.” I said, “Let’s see the condition of the champion.” Whoever the champion is at “SummerSlam” after that main event, they better watch out, because if the time is right and it feels good… you never know."
3 Days to Go
Could Rollins be teasing a cash-in? Would he be ruining Plan C if he did cash in or could this have been part of a new Plan D, that Rollins was always going to cash in on either Cena or Lesnar in order to keep the WWE World Heavyweight Championship within The Authority because deep down Triple H doesn't trust Paul Heyman or Lesnar?
Either way, Summerslam is in three days and it seems a lot of the WWE Universe are thinking WWE have backed themselves into a corner with this one, but never count WWE out, for all we know they may have a cunning plan up their sleeves.