John Cena once again put his United States Championship on the line last night on Raw, and like he always has done, he managed to retain. This week, it was against Dolph Ziggler.
This was one of the best matches of the night as there was consistent back and forth between the two superstars, as they both countered one another's signature moves.
At the end of the day, it was once again Cena and his Attitude Adjustment which prevailed and won this match, but it may not be the end of this feud. In fact, it could be just the beginning.
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The in-ring chemistry between these two superstars was exceptional, but you could also say it was expected down to the fact these two are up there as the best superstars in the business today.
Neither competitor has a match for Hell in a Cell after Ziggler's feud with Rusev is pretty much over after the WWE recognised the Lana engagement, and Cena has fought off WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins twice from regaining the United States Championship. Therefore, now would be the perfect time to book a clash between the two at the pay-per-view for the championship.
Hopefully, the match will be announced either this week on SmackDown or next week on Raw so that Cena can hand the title over to someone worthy until he returns from his time off later this year.
This feud could either evolve with Nikki Bella being involved in the feud, although I don't think she is needed for it to work. In fact, I would see it as lazy writing if the WWE creative team decided to include her.
A Ziggler heel turn wouldn't be bad either, as recently speculated by Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, according to WhatCulture. But I'm not sure how this would benefit WWE in the long run, so I don't see it happening despite the recent new black ring attire.