WWE Bragging Rights: Will John Cena Help Wade Barrett Win Against Randy Orton?

lee raydeanCorrespondent IOctober 13, 2010

ST. PETERSBURG - JULY 27:  Actor John Cena takes in the game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Detroit Tigers at Tropicana Field on July 27, 2010 in St. Petersburg, Florida.  (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
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John Cena, the face of the WWE, has quite the task ahead of him. At Bragging Rights, the Nexus leader, Wade Barrett, has ordered Cena to be in his corner when he takes on Randy Orton for the title.

I guess he expects Cena to help him get the title and walk out of BR as the new WWE champion.

To me, that's a little premature. Barrett thinks it is going to go down just like that. After all, Cena has to do whatever Barrett says since he lost his match against him at Hell In A Cell.

Of course, there was some under-handed shenanigans going on. You all saw what happened. And of course, Barrett was behind it.

The GM didn't reprimand any of the outsiders that interfered. God forbid someone said or did something to Nexus.

Anyways, like I said before, it is premature on Barrett's part to say for sure that he will be the new WWE champion.

This bit of a news flash came when Cena opened the show. To me, it seems like there is a conspiracy of some kind against Cena.

He can't even come out and talk to his fans without Nexus, or just Barrett, coming out and interfering by taunting him and putting him down in front of the WWE Universe.

That is somewhat childish to say the least. The Miz, accompanied by sidekick Alex Riley, came out and rubbed in the fact that he was to be RAW's team leader at Bragging Rights.

Then music started playing, and the British loud mouth has to come out to put his two cents in. Cena was thinking about being team leader himself.

Barrett said that Cena couldn't do that because he had other obligations. John argued  that he could be team leader and be in Barrett's corner.

After the little chit-chatting, the Miz and Alex Riley jumped Barrett. Cena just stood by the ropes, until Barrett yelled for him.

He then had the gall to yell at Cena. I didn't know he was his bodyguard.

Barrett said that he didn't care about RAW, and was just interested in his match with Orton. I also think that Barrett is using Cena to help him get the title.

Then, if it does go down that way, one of two things can happen: Cena will make Barrett believe that he will help him get the belt, but will at the last minute go against him, and Miz comes out and tries to cash in his MITB briefcase.

I know a lot of you are thinking that can't happen. It can happen, but that means Cena, could also be fired.

Since Cena lost at HIAC with help, he has to do whatever Barrett says. Of course he doesn't want to be fired or quit. Wrestling is his life. He lives for it and his fans.

Another way is that Barrett does win, but Miz comes out, hands in his briefcase and gets Barrett. By this time, he should be ripe for the picking. He would be tired from being in a match with Orton.

So Miz could win it that way and Cena doesn't have to jump in. He could pretend to be knocked out or in a coma; anything. He could also set something up with the RAW superstars.

There are a few scenarios on how this will all go down at BR. Think about it. John knows what he is doing.

The GM made qualification matches for BR. Since Cena and Miz wanted to argue over who was going to be team leader, then it would only be appropriate for them to fight each other.

When it was time for their match, Miz came out and said that the rules have changed. This was to be a no disqualifications match.

It was a great match until Alex Riley and Barrett's new buddies, Michael McGillicutty and Husky Harris decided to interfere. Weren't there rules anymore? So you know who won. Yes the Miz.

At the end of the match, they all had a field day with Cena. Again the GM sent another email. He said that since Harris and McGillicutty want to fight so bad, they will next week.

Their opponents will be Cena and the WWE champ, Orton. Very interesting matchup, this will be.

Of course the British loud mouth has a stake in this too. If Cena wins next week, Barrett will induct Harris and McGillicutty into Nexus.

Oh, whoopie doo! The King has spoken. He has to put himself into every situation. He's lucky that Cena didn't knock his head off because of what he was saying to him. Cena was called a coward.You could feel the tension and animosity between these two.

Is this the big picture that Barrett was talking about? What's he going to do if he loses at BR? There is going to be a lot of chaos when this matchup goes down.

So, here is the $64,000 question. Will Cena help Barrett win the belt from Orton? Or will he play dead to get out of being in Barrett's corner?

Only time will tell wrestling fans.