WWE: Dean Ambrose could be set for huge push in John Cena's absence

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As everyone now knows, John Cena will be taking a break from the WWE.

Following the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view later this month, Cena will be taking the entirety of November and December off for what is being called "personal reasons."

This comes at the worst time ever for the WWE with the ratings for RAW going down the toilet, and Vince McMahon will need a new top star while Cena is out. Enter Dean Ambrose.


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Main Event Ambrose

According to Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE live events will now feature Dean Ambrose in more headlining roles while Cena is away.

It was speculated that WWE officials may be forced to finally push Ambrose to the main event of their television shows as well.

Seeing as the current main event heading in to Hell in a Cell includes no discernable faces, with Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker, Seth Rollins and Kane in the biggest matches, Ambrose is clearly needed to be the real protagonist.

Ambrose has been in the main event before as he faced off against Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship on multiple occasions, including an excellent showing at Money in the Bank earlier this year.

The Lunatic Fringe is wildly entertaining with his chaotic, brawler style. Rollins and Ambrose have fantastic chemistry in the squared circle and maybe it is finally time for Ambrose to get his hands on that title.

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