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John Cena Confronted The Authority

Looking to get in on the fun, Seth Rollins seized hold of the microphone, and after recapping his own historic victory at WrestleMania, he demanded that WWE the Universe acknowledge his greatness for the first time ever. Out came John Cena, demanding a first-time ever match of his own against Rollins for the WWE World Heavyweight Title. Rollins balked, but The Authority allowed a compromise: Rollins would battle Cena one-on-one, and it would be under a never-before-seen-stipulation … for the United States Championship.

Seth Rollins vs John Cena

It would appear the unification of the U.S. and WWE World Heavyweight Titles under Seth Rollins will have to wait. John Cena’s first-ever defense of his U.S. Title against The Architect ended with the Cenation leader victorious, though not for a lack of effort on the part of “The Future of WWE.”

The contest was, in all fairness to Rollins, a neck-and-neck affair, thanks mainly to Rollins’ scouting of The Champ and his timely thwarting of Cena’s signature moves, plus a knee from Rollins that shoved The Champ’s nose halfway across his face. Gruesome though it was, the injury kicked both Superstars into high gear. Rollins unleashed a superplex and a Michinoku Driver, one after another, and the broken-nosed Cena eventually locked in a pair of savage STFs to force the champion to tap. The Champ is still here. Now somebody set that nose.

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Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins should have been finished. Done. Over. Kaput. Toast.

During WWE Battleground, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion had taken up residence in Suplex City, enduring a career-threatening 13 of the disc-herniating heaves. After Brock Lesnar hoisted Rollins atop his shoulders and sent him airborne with an F-5, condolences seemed imminent. But then, by demonic intervention, he was saved by the shocking appearance of The Undertaker.

And so it goes. Rollins has become, arguably, the most vexing escape artist in WWE history. Whether slipping past Randy Orton during a Steel Cage Match at Extreme Rules or through Orton, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns in a Fatal 4-Way Match at Payback, the man — with help — always seems to find an out. Unfortunately for Rollins, death will always find an in.

The Authority, through intimidation and trickery, has managed to keep Rollins on top. But The Deadman will never relent, come hell, high water or two men in matching 38/Short suits. Which is not to say Rollins’ athleticism and in-ring intellect are anything short of remarkable. But could he truly hope to outmaneuver and outthink a Superstar with more tenacity and knowledge than any before him? And yes,any. The WWE Universe may never know, but if it ever did, we could all thank heaven for one hell of a match. — GREG ADKINS

Is John Cena right about Seth Rollins?

Last week on Raw, United States Champion John Cena told WWE World Heavyweight Champion that “it’s not the title that makes the man, it’s the man that makes the title,” going on to call The Architect a “joke” and a disgrace of a champion. The Cenation leader then issued a challenge to throw down, right then and there, and the so-called “Future of WWE” instead vacated the ring.

Although Rollins defeated Cesaro in a highly competitive SmackDown main event, Cena made an interesting point: Have Rollins’ nefarious actions as of late made the WWE Universe lose respect for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship? Is the United States Title more prestigious because of the fighting champion who holds it? Regardless, we wouldn’t be surprised if the tense exchange between Cena and Rollins last Monday night spurs another altercation — perhaps a more physical one — this week.

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As the old saying goes, it’s better to be lucky than good. That’s a proverb that WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins appreciates for sure after his title reign was rescued by the unannounced return of The Undertaker at WWE Battleground. That said, Rollins’ luck will run out of one these days … right?

Seth Rollins vs Cesaro

In the final moments of an absolutely tremendous SmackDown main event between Seth Rollins and Cesaro, a match that took both Superstars to their limits, The Architect looked ready to take a walk. While his powerful opponent was able to stop him outside the ring with a furious uppercut, Rollins ultimately found a way to win.

As The Swiss Superman was attempting to set up the Cesaro Swing, the titleholder hit him with thumb to the eye, hurled him into the steel ring post and finished him off with the Pedigree.

As the smoke was still clearing, Kevin Owens emerged, unleashing a post-match assault the fallen Cesaro as payback for some jokes The King of Swing made at his expense earlier on.

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