With us just a few days away from the Hell in a Cell PPV, it is still not clear to us what match will be headlining the event.
We know it is a choice of two but they have been very restrictive as to which one has been given more air time on RAW and Smackdown.
Prior to this weeks RAW, many would have put the clash between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins as the shows main event, but that may not now be the case.
With the announcement that the winner of John Cena vs Randy Orton will get a title match against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, it is anyone's guess who will end the show.
It is however possible that the WWE are now ready to let the fans decide as there is currently an online poll on wwe.com asking that very question.
The poll allows users to decide if the Rollins v Ambrose match should end the PPV or if Cena and Orton should see the show out.
The WWE Universe is clearly behind one idea more than the other with the poll currently in a 74% to 26% swing.
After over 21,500 votes, the WWE Universe clearly wants to see Rollins v Ambrose close out the show.
Up in the air
The decision to who will actually see out the show was made far more complicated this past Monday on RAW.
The announcement about the special stipulation on the Orton Cena match may have made everyone think it will be the two Hell in a Cell veterans who will take the big stage.
However, since Seth Rollins delivered a curb stomp to Randy Orton on RAW, the question of an act of revenge has come into play.
It isn't too far fetched to theorise that Orton striking back at Rollins and turning face at the event is on the WWE's agenda.
Orton back in fans hearts?
It goes without saying that whoever wins the Cena v Orton match and faces Lesnar at Survivor Series will be the fans favourite.
Should Orton win they will need a way to turn him from a heel to a face and perhaps helping out the Lunatic Fringe is a way to do that?
Even more than just assisting Ambrose, a turn against the whole Authority would put Orton in the same category as Cena, Ambrose and current injured fan favourite Daniel Bryan.
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