WWE: Brock Lesnar Vs. John Cena To Happen Again, Did Randy Orton’s Injury Force This Result?

Brock Lesnar Vs. John Cena seems inevitable, due to the WWE Hell In A Cell 2014 results. Cena took Randy Orton through a table via an Attitude Adjustment, securing his right to take at another stab at taking back the WWE Championship belt. Lesnar was also a no-show for Hell In A Cell. While Paul Heyman was stared down by Cena after his win, that’s hardly a comparison to Lesnar and Cena confronting each other in person.But could it be that this was not the original plan?

In a related report by The Inquisitr, for the full WWE Hell In A Cell 2014 results, check out the article that reveals every pinfall and twist in the story.

Leading up to Hell In A Cell 2014, practically everyone was expecting Randy Orton to win against John Cena. The idea is that the Viper is being converted from heel to face in order to set up a match against Brock Lesnar, where instead of heel versus heel you have a new face versus heel. But apparently the WWE Championship title defense match will occur in some unknown future WWE PPV event.

You have to wonder what Vince McMahon and Triple H are thinking if they plan on rehashing the same match yet again. Perhaps there are plans for another twist like Seth Rollins’ interference at Night Of Champions, but it’s possible management had Randy Orton slated to win until this past week’s Monday Night RAW took place.

When Dean Ambrose jumped off the announcer table onto everyone, some say this may have caused or at least aggravated Randy Orton’s injury. The Viper pushed through the match but it seemed obvious that something was not quite right with his usual performance. This idea was given credence when Orton supposedly told a doctor that his “ruptured disc” in his back was messed up. If he is injured, then the WWE is forcing him to continue, but now that Cena sent him through a table you would think that would be a good excuse to idle a while. Of course, if he is injured, then why would they set up a WWE superstar to potentially aggravate his back even worse?

Regardless, the question remains what the match of Brock Lesnar Vs. John Cena will hope to accomplish. Technically, it could be considered a tiebreaker match since Cena beat Lesnar due to Seth Rollins, but the disqualification allowed Brock to retain his WWE title. You also have to expect Mr. Money In The Bank to try again since Lesnar is rarely making any appearances. But you would hope WWE creative would live up to their namesake and have something a little more creative in mind. Perhaps they could set up a fatal four way match with Orton and Rollins in the ring?