Less than two weeks ago at Night of Champions, when Seth Rollins interfered in John Cena v Brock Lesnar, it was all leading towards something. This Monday night on Raw the WWE Universe finally finds out what that is.
Not only does Seth now have John Cena to worry about, but former team mate Dean Ambrose is also hot on his heels, whilst Brock Lesnar's advocate Paul Heyman also informed Mr Money in the Bank that Lesnar was not to happy about receiving a curb stomp.
This puts Seth in a strange situation because right now he seems to have allies, but Randy Orton is slowly getting sick of bailing him out of trouble and Kane is becoming less and less help every week. Before long everyone is going to be against Seth and WWE need to find a way to control it.
Seth said he didn't act on orders from The Authority when he attacked Brock and tried to cash in last Sunday, which means if Brock holds a grudge then The Authority wont step up to help the former Shield member. That being said, they do have big plans for him at Hell in a Cell.
Right now Cena and Ambrose can't decide which one wants to take out Seth more, so they are fighting amongst themselves, the rumoured plan is for the two of them to go one-on-one either on a forthcoming episode of Raw or at Hell in a Cell with the winner facing Seth inside the steel and the loser facing Randy Orton, also inside Satan's structure.
Would this be the fairest way of deciding it? With Brock Lesnar not booked for the October Pay-per-view, could this be the best way to decide who deserves to face Seth?
Won't be happy
Rollins himself wont be happy about it because he will be locked inside that cage alone with one of two men who want to rip him apart, he is a fan of running away and Hell in a Cell is one of the places this isn't possible.
There is also a rumour that the briefcase could be on the line in the Cell as well so Seth could lose twice over, if he loses bragging rights to either Ambrose or Cena and then loses the one bargaining chip that is keeping him onside with The Authority.
Either way, Monday night on Raw the WWE Universe will find out the Hell in a Cell main event and it just so happens that Seth's past is about to catch up to him.