WWE could fire John Cena in huge new Survivor Series stipulation

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We all knew about the big stipulation that was hanging over Team Authority vs Team Cena ahead of Survivor Series.

If Team Authority fails to win then they lose all power they hold as bosses of the WWE. If they win on Sunday, then pretty much nothing would happen it seemed. Well, until now.

Breaking Reveal

It has been revealed that Triple H is going to add a juicy stipulation to the 5-man elimination that will see all of Team Cena be fired from the WWE if they lose.

Yep, that's right. If Team Authority have the last man standing come Sunday, then every single one of John Cena, Dolph Ziggler, Ryback, Erick Rowan and Big Show will find themselves out of the company.

Or maybe they'll just be off Television for a while, who really knows in the grand scheme of things when it comes to Vince McMahon and the WWE.

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Obvious Result

We all obviously know that John Cena is never going to be actually fired by the WWE. But the stipulation does not necessarily mean that Team Cena is automatically going to win when it comes to the Main Event.

The WWE have worked it out over and over where supposedly fired superstars end up back on our screens within weeks or months.

But still, it does seem that this has gone and telegraphed the finish of the match, and no one will argue with you if you say it's obvious that Team Cena is going to win now. I mean it's not like Mick Foley is basically already lined up to become the new GM, not at all (wink wink).

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