After Kevin Owens shocked the world with his victory against John Cena at Elimination Chamber, talk has quickly turned to whether Owens can repeat the job at Money in the Bank.There's a well-documented theory in the wrestling world that Cena never puts guys over, but the fact Owens won clean at Elimination Chamber suggests that isn't always the case.The bout itself was impressive enough to watch too, and hopes are high that it can be repeated again on pay-per-view.But what can we expect from the outcome of the match' Will Cena get revenge' Will Owens win with a touch of controversy' Or will the unthinkable happen and Owens go clean over Cena once again'Naturally, there are a few likely scenarios for their match at Money in the Bank. The fact that it's a non-title match once again adds weight to the fact that Owens could emerge victorious, and it's certainly not impossible.Owens' debut and his subsequent performances (including beating Neville on Raw) prove that he's in the midst of a major push with the company.There's every reason Owens could win again, but expect it to be much more controversial this time if it does happen. His win against Cena at Elimination Chamber was done to elevate him to a phenomenal height, but now Owens may need a different type of win, one which will put plenty of heat on his impressive momentum gained so far.Having Cena lose clean twice to a WWE rookie (Owens isn't a rookie in wrestling terms, of course) seems unthinkable, so a controversial and hugely debatable victory might be the best plan of action for Owens here.Of course, there's no guaranteeing Owens will win, and a revenge win for John Cena is perhaps just as likely. But whilst there only seems one logical way for Owens to win, for Cena, there are a few more options.CagesideSeats.com is reporting as part of its daily rumor round-ups that Cena is in line to get the win, but similar to the revenge one he picked up over Brock Lesnar at Night of Champions last year.That saw Cena win via disqualification when Seth Rollins came out and attacked him, setting up a feud for Cena there. Perhaps given how WWE are still keen to make Owens look strong regardless of the result, a DQ win for Cena could be the best plan of action if he's to win.Have Owens be disqualified himself by breaking the rules and laying a beatdown on Cena, for example. That would ensure that Cena gets the win next to his name, but Owens looks like a ruthless monster who still comes out of Money in the Bank with some momentum.Or given how Owens' other big rival is set for his in-ring debut in the week leading up to Money in the Bank, perhaps the NXT Champion could lose controversially thanks to an interference.With Samoa Joe debuting on NXT just days out from Money in the Bank, a strong performance there may lead to a confrontation between the two men on pay-per-view on Sunday.Have Joe come down, cause a distraction that enables Owens to lose his focus, and give Cena the victory. Much like the previous option, it would still leave Owens relatively strong due to the fact he wouldn't lose clean, and it would add fuel to the fire for Joe vs. Owens in the coming weeks. Click here to read full news..