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It's important to Seth Rollins that he and Dean Ambrose headline WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 over John Cena vs. Randy Orton

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Early this morning, we passed along word that a WWE conducted poll showed 76-percent of fans surveyed believe the Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose match is more exciting than the John Cena vs. Randy Orton match. That's a strong indicator of what the main event of the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV) this Sun., Oct. 26, 2014, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, should be.

It's entirely possible, however, that that's not what happens.

But does it really matter? To Seth Rollins (via his interview with Digital Spy), it absolutely does:

"Yeah, it is. I'd be lying to you if I didn't say that it was. We won't know the answer to that question till Sunday comes. Of course it's important. I want to go on last every single night, regardless of the match, regardless of the show. But you throw in the added element that we're going up against a Cena-Orton match, which has been headlining pay-per-views for the last decade, that's something huge. That's a big thing to be able to go on after that match and exceed all the expectations. That's important. I want that challenge, I want that responsibility and I wanna go on last and I wanna be known as the guy who goes on last every single night. That's important to me."

Rollins was unofficially crowned a future WWE world heavyweight champion when he won the Money in the Bank briefcase. He's been an integral part of everything the promotion has been doing on television for the past five months now and if there's a feud with a blowoff match worth headlining a PPV with, it's Rollins vs. Ambrose in Hell in a Cell.

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