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Full WWE MSG Card Preview Including Steel Cage Title Match

(Royal Rumble 2015 Triple Threat Competitor John Cena)

The WWE has announced the Seth Rollins vs. John Cena match for the WWE United States Title at the October 3rd WWE Network special from Madison Square Garden will now be a steel cage match.

Below is the updated card:

Steel Cage Match for the WWE United States Title
Seth Rollins vs. John Cena.

Rollins first defeated Cena to become the first ever wrestler to hold both the WWE and U.S. Championship at Summerslam. Then Cena defeated Rollins at Night of Champions in the rematch to take his belt back and then he defeated him once more in the main event of the most recent Monday Night Raw. Now the pair will take their rivalry to a Steel Cage Match with the U.S. Title on the line. The pair have already met in a TLC match last year on the Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view for number 1 contendership for then WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar’s title. John Cena would win that match then compete with Seth and Brock once more at the Royal Rumble ppv where Lesnar would go on to win.

WWE Tag Team Title Match
The Dudley Boyz vs. The New Day.

Dudleys defeated The New Day at Night of Champions but by DQ so The New Day were able to retain their titles. However that didn’t stop The Dudley Boys from putting Xavier Woods through a table.

Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show.

This pair have met on a number of occasions and always put on an interesting show, whether it be the two Royal Rumbles they met at, Survivor Series, Judgement Day or when they broke the ring on Smackdown. Big things always seem to happen when they meet.

Chris Jericho vs. WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens.

This is a very interesting match-up and as of now it’s not for the Intercontinental Championship but with Jericho having had won the belt the most it feels like it should be. Owens is one of the top heels in the industry and Jericho is supposedly to begin transitioning back into one.

Randy Orton vs. Sheamus

I figured this rivalry would’ve ended by now, but the pair met at Summerslam and since neither one of these top competitors have a legitimate direction the only logical thing to do is continuing to pair them up.

Dolph Ziggler vs. Rusev

Seems like there should be a stipulation added here as well, as they met at Summerslam and the match ended in a double count-out. Then again they met at Night of Champions where Summer Rae accidentally flung her show at Rusev and Dolph was able to pick up the victory. Maybe Rusev goes over here?

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