Last week on Raw, COO Triple H told the WWE Universe that two very heated rivalries would finally come to an end at Hell in a Cell.
Those two rivalries are, the twelve year feud between John Cena and Randy Orton, that almost every fan will be happy to see the end of, and the newer issue between Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.
The former team-mates have been at each others throats since Rollins "sold out" to The Authority the night after Payback. Since then Dean went off to make a film for a month, but picked up where he left off at last months Night of Champions pay-per-view.
The Lunatic Fringe spoke to Comcast yesterday about if this Sunday will see the end of the rivalry with his former "brother."
"I came to a realization not long ago; I'm very passionate about what I do. This is all I want to do. I obsess over little things and I look ten steps ahead. And if it was up to me things would be planned out long in advance.
And Ambrose continued, explaining the ad-hoc nature of the WWE.
"I'm constantly plotting ahead like that. The reality is the WWE is this crazy world that's constantly changing. You can't prepare for tomorrow. The Pay Per View match already changed on us. You're wrestling John Cena at the Pay Per View. Then I walk in Monday and we're wrestling tonight. Things change like the wind. You've just got to take it one day at a time. And I could get hit by a bus tomorrow."
Dean was also asked about if he was in the main event for this weekend's show, because it's a double main event, he replied:
"If… we're not the main event, then somebody's making a mistake. They're going to regret it."
Before he weighed in on the argument about whether or not Brock Lesnar should be champion when he isn't defending at every pay-per-view:
"Every show, and we run a lot of them, doesn't have to have a world championship match on it. Every Monday Night Raw shouldn't have a world championship match. But, the champion not appearing at all?
"To me, it's not nearly as big of a thing…I equate it back to the traveling world champions of the 70s or previous eras. You're not going to see a world title match every week. I honestly think we give away too much stuff. We give away a lot of wrestling on TV and there's so much time to fill. In a three-hour show, Brock Lesnar could really be used. I'm making up my answers as I go along here.
"You're not going to see him much. He took the belt back to his castle and he locked it up in the attic. You've got to go a long way to get a championship match with him."
Ambrose goes one on one with Seth Rollins inside Hell in a Cell this Sunday, will this be the end of one of the best rivalries in WWE for years? And will it be John Cena or Randy Orton who get their shot at Brock Lesnar?