John Cena is advertised for a United States Championship match this weekend against Seth Rollins at the Night of Champions pay-per-view event, but one title he should be looking to go for sometime soon is the Intercontinental Championship.
Cena will be looking to win back the title he lost at SummerSlam this weekend against Rollins, while the Intercontinental Championship will be put on the line by Ryback against Kevin Owens at the event as well.
The Intercontinental Championship has lost its allure since Ryback became champion. It's not because Ryback is a bad champion, but more he's been put in bad situations.
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Following someone like Daniel Bryan is tough, and going up against mediocre wrestlers, not in talent but current likeness as a competitor in the WWE, makes it even more difficult.
Owens is the first real opponent Ryback will have during his title reign and he should lose on Sunday, as the Canadian would be a better champion. Ryback should lose his rematch as well so that Owens can set up a feud once again with Cena.
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Recent rumours have stated Cena will not be involved in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship picture now until 2016. If the WWE wants to cement Rollins as a solid competitor, Cena can't be allowed to regain the United States Championship.
Being beaten twice by the WWE World Heavyweight Champion would mean there isn't anything for Cena to feud with him for anymore. He would have lost twice to him, and, therefore, should move on. That would open the door for him to go for the Intercontinental Championship against the newly crowned champ Owens.
Believe it or not, Cena has never won the Intercontinental Championship during his 13 years in the WWE main roster. It's a crazy thing to think about. You would have thought he had won it at least once with the amount of times the WWE have pushed Cena in the past.
Allowing Cena to achieve the championship that has always eluded him would solidify his place as the best WWE Superstar of all time. Who better to help him than one of the best competitors that's had the best chemistry with Cena in the past three years, Kevin Owens.
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