A look ahead to the Seth Rollins vs Brock Lesnar vs John Cena clash

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This Sunday comes the 2015 Royal Rumble Pay-Per-View and as the first PPV of the year, the WWE have hit the ground running in terms of a main event.

We will see the first WWE World Heavyweight Championship match since Night of Champions back in September and it is set to be a great one.

Seth Rollins, John Cena and Brock Lesnar will all battle it out for the right to leave Philadelphia as the champion.

Cena and Lesnar faced off at SummerSlam and Night of Champions with Lesnar leaving with the title both times.

Now with Seth Rollins added to the mix, fans were intrigued to see what will happen when these three combustible elements get into the ring together.


Rollins has delivered two curb stomps to Lesnar in recent months and has had some big matches with Cena as the two have had a great rivalry in the last few months.

Cena has been vying for a chance to face Lesnar since he first took the title off of him at SummerSlam and after he had victory taken away at Night of Champions whilst he is always looking for a chance to fight Rollins.

Lesnar was out for blood this Monday night on RAW and targeted Seth Rollins to add the extra dimension to the match where it became obvious that there would be no alliances in the match.

An unbelievable ending?

The WWE is known for its unbelievable endings to big name matches and this one is set to be no different.

Whilst most people expect Lesnar to once again emerge victorious, there are of course two wildcards involved.

Seth Rollins carries the Money in the Bank Briefcase and should he fail to win the match, who knows what could happen after the bell is rung?

Even more than that, the so called Vigilante Sting made a second appearance in the WWE on RAW and is set for a blockbuster showdown at this year's WrestleMania.

Sting appears to make a habit of ruining the Authority's best laid plans and a potential cash in on a helpless champion could see his next intervention.

What it will mean

The annual 30-man over the top rope Royal Rumble guarantees the victor a match at WrestleMania against the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

In recent years, the champion has had to defend their title at the annual Elimination Chamber event but that will not be happening this year as it has been replaced by a PPV called Fast Lane.

A win for Lesnar could see him once again take a month away from WWE TV and the WWE Universe have to suffer through another PPV without a championship match.

Cena emerging victorious would no doubt bring in a big match to try and dethrone him at Fast Lane as the Authority would clearly not want him to be holding the title going into WrestleMania XXXI.

However he manages to get it done, Rollins winning the title at the Royal Rumble would almost guarantee him to be the champion heading to WrestleMania as the Authority would undoubtedly protect their investment.

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