Night of Champions is just two weeks away and already the two main event matches have been announced, with Seth Rollins pulling double duty as he takes on both Sting and John Cena with his two respective titles on the line.
It seems The Authority have stacked the deck against their protege and this could be the test they have been waiting for, so that Seth can prove he is worthy of the championships he currently holds.
ROLLINS RETAIN BOTH CHAMPIONSHIPS?
This is the question on the WWE Universe's lips right now and whilst it does seem feasible it also seems highly unlikely. WWE wouldn't have taken the United States Championship off John Cena just to give it straight back to him and with Sting coming and going rather irregularly lately, it is unlikely he will be the one to finally dethrone Seth Rollins.
Although, when you look at where Night of Champions is being held, it looks to be a hint that things will not be that straight forward for the former Shield member.
Sting will be in his hometown of Texas when he performs in just his second ever WWE match and it is thought that this time The Icon could walk out the victor, but he won't be leaving Texas with the championship.
It makes sense for WWE to allow Sting to win the World Championship because not only will he then be making history as the first man to ever lift the WCW, TNA and WWE World Championships, but he will also be the perfect person to defeat Seth Rollins and allow The Authority to turn on Rollins.
The problem is that Sting is not signed up for that many future WWE dates and isn't thought to have that many WWE matches left in him. So it makes sense for The Authority to send out Sheamus to cash in and then join them.
Stephanie McMahon hinted at a problem between Seth and Triple H on Raw when she agreed to the match with John Cena and told Rollins to stop talking about and comparing himself to Triple H. This suggests that Triple H is becoming fed up of Rollins and the feud between the two that has been hinted for a while could finally happen.
There has never been a Money in the Bank cash in at Night of Champions so that could also be a great place to make more history for the company and allow Sheamus to take the World title whilst Rollins and Triple H could open up a very real rivalry that could be the making of Rollins as a superstar without back-up.
It is highly unlikely that Rollins will retain both championships on his own, so lookout for some form of help on his behalf if WWE decide to further delay a Rollins/Triple H feud.
Do you think Sheamus should cash in? Would you be happy to see Sting or John Cena take the titles from Seth? Have your say in the comments section below...