dean-ambrose-john-cenaI’m not going to spend a lot of time explaining why this is such a horrible idea. I’ve already written an article about how awful the consequence can be when adding the killer of new talent to this feud. And even though we all saw this coming a mile away ever since John’s first attack against  Rollins during the Raw after Night of Champions, we finally know how this is going to officially go down. John Cena vs Dean Ambrose for the right to take on Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match.  So basically, Dean has to earn the right to have the match we were probably going to get anyway considering we already had a lot of build up to it, but now there’s a chance that Super Cena will deny us that in order to shove a match we never asked for down our throats while killing Dean’s momentum.

As stated before, it’s a pointless situation either way. Dean going over on Cena does nothing for Dean. He’s already over. A win over Cena will not put him over anymore than he already is. Especially considering the fact that he probably won’t win the match clean. And Cena winning, which we can’t rule out considering WWE’s love for trying to get him over, will do nothing but hold down both rising superstars. We’ll have to wait and see how things play out in the next few weeks leading up to Hell in a Cell.  But I think the reaction from fans when Ambrose hit a vicious DDT on Cena gave a loud enough message as to how we all feel about his addition to what was already a solid feud.