We are just days away from the Night of Champions Pay-Per-View and the rematch between John Cena and Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Lesnar came out not only on top in the first match at SummerSlam, but it was arguably the most dominant performance in a title match ever seen.
However, ahead of their second meeting, people are starting to feel that the tide has turned between the two.
After Cena was completely dominated by Lesnar at SummerSlam, of course everyone has fancied Cena to lose once again at Night of Champions.
If that will be the case we will need to wait until Sunday and find out, but there are some arguments that need to be quashed immediately.
Most notably, someone has noticed that Lesnar is not down to appear on Monday Night Raw next week, the show after the PPV.
That same person has theorized that the reason Lesnar will not be on the show, is because he will lose at Night of Champions and then do his usual disappearing act.
Not the theory isn't completely crazy, in fact there are many within the WWE Universe who would read the same signs but I issue them with a word of caution.
If the champion not being on Monday Night RAW is a sign on an impending defeat, can most of the RAW's since SummerSlam be used as evidence too?
Much more likely
I will agree that it does feel like there will be a different winner this time round, but that is for different reasons.
I actually have my own crazy theory of what will happen in the Cena v Lesnar match on Sunday night.
Lesnar remains largely absent from most WWE live events and was at RAW on Monday purely to answer the challenge from Cena.
Lesnar not being booked on next weeks RAW is not a sign of an impending defeat for the beast, but as a sign that whoever wins, nothing will change.
A possible theory
As I mentioned, I have my own crazy theory for how Night of Champions could end in three days time.
I theorize, that John Cena could win a very physical battle in the way only Cena can win those types of matches.
Perhaps after that Lesnar attacks Cena until he is no longer moving and summons Mr Money in the Bank Seth Rollins to the ring to cash in his briefcase.
Dean Ambrose is a man we haven't seen since Rollins drove his head through some cinder blocks on RAW a few weeks ago.
However, he is booked for Monday's episode of RAW and was, for a short time, being billed by the Bridgestone Arena - the venue for Night of Champions.
What if Ambrose keeps up his promise to haunt Rollins and thwarts yet another cash-in attempt?
It certainly would be an ending that would keep people guessing and it would be great to watch and of course, would help out with the ratings of RAW as it goes head to head with Monday Night Football for the third week running.