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Survivor Series results: WWE teases future title unification match between John Cena and Randy Orton

Is WWE finally going to pull the trigger on unifying the WWE and World heavyweight championship titles sometime in the near future? Events that took place at "Survivor Series" tonight (Sun., Nov. 24, 2013) in Boston hint at as much.

Shortly after the main event of tonight's (Sun., Nov. 24, 2013) Survivor Series pay-per-view (PPV) concluded at the TD Garden Arena in Boston, Massachusetts, with Randy Orton retaining his WWE championship over Big Show thanks to an audio assist from The Authority, an angle was done that could have huge implications on the future of the promotion.

Title unification.

Oh yes, Cagesiders, WWE is now teasing a feud between Orton and John Cena. And not just a feud between the two men but a feud specifically over the two titles each of them are currently holding.

After Big Show was properly disposed of, Cena interrupted Orton's victory celebration by bringing his Big Gold Belt to the ring and repeatedly gesturing to it. Without outright saying it, he was loudly proclaiming his title makes him the real world champion while "The Viper" hugged his before holding it high, essentially saying the same.

The obvious conclusion is that WWE has plans for a program between the two. The obvious speculation is that this could be leading to a unification of the two titles, perhaps in the main event of WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans in April of next year.

After all, if The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin won't be working the show, wouldn't Cena vs. Orton in a unification match be a fitting headliner?

For complete Survivor Series results and match-by-match coverage click here.

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