Seth Rollins and John Cena will fight at SummerSlam next month, that much is clear. However, we are still unsure on the kind of match we will be witnessing.
Could it be a Champion v Champion match without any title switch? Or will it be a match for the Heavyweight Championship. They could even do a double championship match. Whoever wins takes both titles kind of thing.
It doesn't matter what kind of match it is because we all know either way, it will be an awesome match.
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Seth Rollins is one of the best and under-appreciated wrestlers in the WWE at the moment, and whether you love him or hate him, everyone knows that John Cena always brings it. It will be an amazing match.
On Monday Night Raw this week, Cena and Rollins fought for the US title. Even though he suffered a broken nose, Cena still powered through to retain his title with a submission victory after locking in the STF.
They've already had one title match between the two even though they both already have a title, so this leads us to think, would they do it again?
I think they would. It would be a good move for WWE as we haven't had a double champion for a while now. Instead of just having them fight for one championship, they should put both on the line.
Whoever wins becomes a double WWE champion. Holding both the WWE Heavyweight Championship and the United States Championship!
They could however, still go ahead and do what we originally thought they would do and have a Champion v Champion match. No titles on the line, just a matter of who's the better man.
Although it would still be a great match because of the two competitors, it would be dampened by the fact that there is no title on the line. The only problem in an otherwise great idea.
However, if it was to be a Champion v Champion match, who else thinks that it would be paving the way for Sheamus to cash in Money in the Bank?
Randy Orton v Sheamus will end with a Sheamus victory and as a result he will be high on confidence.
He will then wait until the end of the Cena v Rollins match and come down to cash in his money in the bank contract. Sheamus will walk out of SummerSlam as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.