WWE Rumors, Spoilers: Huge Swerve Planned For Ending Of WWE Title Match Between Seth Rollins And John Cena

The card is now set and in place for WWE SummerSlam this Sunday, and everyone is wondering what could possibly happen. One of the biggest matches on the card will be the “Winner Take All” match for the WWE Title and United States Title, and what the end result will be. The feud is reportedly going to last a while, but a huge swerve could shake things up, especially if Sheamus cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase.

It’s been long said that the ending of the match between Rollins and Cena is not going to be clean. Everyone believes that WWE isn’t going to have one person holding both of those titles, and that makes perfect sense.

Another reason is that John Cena just had brand new merchandise released that brags about him being a 15-time world champion. Sure, that number is likely to go up in the future, but if he wants the WWE Title now, the new merchandise would be pointless just two weeks after its release.

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Well, a lot of rumors have been going around about all that may or may not happen at SummerSlam and after it as well. WWE is never too keen on info being leaked early, and they hate spoilers so they may try and shake it up a little.

According to Cageside Seats, the ending of the “Winner Take All” match between Cena and Rollins is not going to end clean. That is pretty much a given to anyone and everyone, as WWE not only wants the feud to continue, but doesn’t really want one person holding both those big titles at the same time.

That being said, WWE could take it to a higher level and actually have Sheamus cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase after the match is over or during it. Supposedly, he’s not only going to cash it in, but be successful at it too.

Sheamus does have a match on the SummerSlam card, and he will be facing off with Randy Orton. The interesting thing here is that if Sheamus does cash in the briefcase, he will be the second person this year to face Randy Orton on the undercard and then go cash in the MITB briefcase and possibly win it.

Earlier this year at WrestleMania 31, it was Seth Rollins who did it first.

SummerSlam is quickly approaching, and WWE is trying to keep spoilers out of the way and the information very secret. Seth Rollins and John Cena will face one another in that “Winner Take All” match, but don’t be shocked if Sheamus decides to interfere.

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