This Sunday at the Survivor Series pay-per-view Seth Rollins will captain Team Authority as they go up against Team Cena in a traditional Survivor Series tag team elimination match, but there could be bigger things on the horizon for Mr. Money in the Bank in the coming months.
Seth Rollins will lead out Kane, Mark Henry, United States Champion Rusev and the new Intercontinental Champion Luke Harper as they take on the Cena-led team consisting of Dolph Ziggler, The Big Show, Ryback and Erick Rowan with more than The Authority’s careers on the line.
SURVIVOR SERIES PRESSURE
Big things are expected of this match as a number of superstars will have the chance to shine at a big stage. Rusev could continue to build himself up as a main event star, Dolph Ziggler has the opportunity to show what he can do on the main event scene once more whilst eyes will also be on Erick Rowan and Luke Harper as to what they can now achieve since they were set free from The Wyatt Family.
But the focus will be on Seth Rollins, and how he can go about leading his team to glory and looking strong at the same time.
If the reports surrounding an even bigger push for Seth Rollins are true, then the pressure will be on for the former Shield member at Survivor Series.
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TLC MAIN EVENT
This year, the TLC: Tables Ladders and Chairs event will take place in Cleveland, Ohio at the Quicken Loans Arena and the current plan for the event could see Seth Rollins occupy a spot in the main event match next month.
There’s a strong feeling amongst the WWE Universe that The Viper, Randy Orton could make an appearance at the Survivor Series pay-per-view this Sunday and could cost Team Authority the win which could – and should – trigger a feud between Orton and Rollins after weeks of tension culminated in Orton eating a Curb Stomp on the steel steps.
It doesn’t necessarily mean that Orton could cost Team Authority the win, if he does appear he might only help eliminate Seth Rollins for example. This will still result in the two men colliding in the main event at TLC as Brock Lesnar isn’t scheduled to compete until the Royal Rumble in January where he is set to defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against John Cena.
If the plan does go ahead for Seth Rollins to compete in the main event at TLC in a TLC match then Randy Orton is set to be his opponent.
But Randy Orton might not be the only name involved, if the WWE don’t go ahead with the one-on-one match then expect John Cena to also be inserted into this main event match as he too still needs to get his hands on Seth Rollins.
There is also the chance that the Money in the Bank briefcase may also be on the line, where a victory for Seth Rollins would make him an even bigger threat to the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, whoever that may be at the time he decides to finally cash in.