Seth Rollins pulled off the biggest shock of SummerSlam this past weekend as he defeated "The face of WWE" John Cena to become the first superstar to hold both the United States and WWE World Heavyweight Championships simultaneously.
As with many of Seth Rollins' victories as World Champion, this one was not without it's controversies.
SummerSlam host Jon Stewart ran down to the ring and looked like he was about to attack long time rival Rollins before he instead attacked Cena and handed the chair to the World Champion so he could hit a pedigree off the chair for the win.
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This win leaves Seth Rollins with two big targets on his back now and shockingly he didn't vacate or drop the United States Championship on Raw, which is what much of the on-going speculation suggested.
It is unclear as to whether or not he will defend both of his titles in one night as Night of Champions takes place in four weeks time.
It was made official after his attack at the end of Raw that Rollins would be facing WCW Legend Sting at Night of Champions next month with the World Championship on the line. This will be the first time the two have ever faced off and it will also be only Sting's second match for WWE.
This match is only for the World Championship though and it seems John Cena could be cashing in his rematch clause for the United States Championship on the same night and Rollins could be the first person since Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 30 to pull double duty at a pay-per-view.
WORLD CHAMPION STING?
This could be a clever ploy to take the World title away from Seth without it really injuring his character because two big matches in one night would be a strain on any superstar.
Rollins could retain the United States Championship before he loses the world title to Sting but Triple H shows that as ever he has a plan B when it comes to The Icon and Sheamus could come out and cash in on the former TNA Superstar.
Vince McMahon is still yet to sign off on this plan but it is described as "likely" that Seth will be pulling double duty.
Whilst this would affect most superstars Seth opens and closes most episodes of Raw, he hasn't missed an episode of Raw since his debut the night after Survivor Series in 2012 and he is regularly a part of Smackdown.
Rollins is the hardest working superstar currently in WWE today and if he was told to pull double duty for the good of his character and a storyline, then there is no way he would be able to resist no matter what title it may cost him.
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