WWE fans are guaranteed one thing when they tune in for Sunday's Survivor Series. For the first time since Money in the Bank 2014, the WWE Universe are guaranteed a new World Champion.
The problem WWE now have is the fact that two of their current semi finalists already have titles and the other two have never stepped up to the summit.
ROMAN REIGNS OR DEAN AMBROSE?
You don't have to be Mystic Meg to see that it is obviously going to come down to former stable mates Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns to fight it out for the World title in the final on Sunday night.
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Alberto Del Rio is already United States Champion and has only just returned to WWE. Kevin Owens, meanwhile, has been a fantastic Intercontinental Champion but he is yet to recreate the impact he made when he defeated John Cena in his first main roster match.
Ambrose and Reigns boast the same amount of time in the WWE as they both made their debut at Survivor Series 2012 along with Seth Rollins when they all made up The Shield. It is Ambrose, however, who is the more seasoned veteran.
Ambrose made a name for himself on the Independent circuit before he was called upon by WWE and even though he was never a part of NXT like Roman was, he managed to adapt to main roster life a lot quicker than the Samoan.
WHO WOULD MAKE THE BETTER CHAMPION?
It's obvious that Roman is still not ready for this push, once again he fluffed his lines on Raw this week and whilst his in-ring skill has improved, his character just isn't ready for this kind of promotion.
It was leaked that Roman was supposed to be winning the title from Rollins during their feud, so could WWE make the most of their current predicament?
Ambrose should take the title so that Roman can continue to play the victim, the guy who is always so close but never gets the title.
He'd then enter a feud with Ambrose, that can then last until The Royal Rumble when John Cena and Randy Orton will hopefully then return in the buildup to WrestleMania.
This way is less predictable and it leaves WWE with a storyline to end the year that will keep the WWE Universe entertained. Plus, WWE becoming The Ambrose Asylum could be entertaining to watch.
WHO WOULD YOU PREFER TO SEE AS CHAMPION? DO YOU THINK IT'S TO SOON FOR ROMAN? HAVE YOUR SAY IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW.