The Updated WWE Hell In A Cell Pay-Per-View Card


Here is the updated card for WWE’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view:

WWE Hell in a Cell WWE Title Match:

Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton (w/guest referee Shawn Michaels)

World Title Match:

Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena

WWE Hell in a Cell takes place on Sunday, October 27th, 2013 from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL.

Just to recap our earlier reports …………

On Monday’s post-Battleground edition of WWE RAW, the main event for the October 27th WWE Hell In A Cell pay-per-view from Miami, Florida was announced.

In a move that should come as a surprise to absolutely nobody, it was announced that a rematch between Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan would be held in a Hell In A Cell match, where a new WWE Champion was guaranteed to be determined on the night.

Additionally, it was announced that the match would feature a special guest referee. RAW General Manager Brad Maddox announced that there would be three WWE Hall Of Fame candidates for the WWE Universe to vote for, with the man receiving the most votes being the official for the contest. The three options were Booker T, Bob Backlund and Shawn Michaels. The man who received the most votes, and will officially be the referee of the match, was Shawn Michaels.

So there you have it. Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan in a Hell In A Cell match at the next pay-per-view, with special guest referee Shawn Michaels.

Also in a shocking announcement made on Monday’s edition of WWE RAW, John Cena will be returning to in-ring action much earlier than expected, as he will compete with Alberto Del Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship in the next pay-per-view, which will emanate from Miami, Florida on Sunday, October 27th.

The announcement was made during the third and final hour of RAW, as Vickie Guerrero selected Ricardo Rodriguez as Del Rio’s opponent for RAW. Before the match could begin, however, Guerrero revealed that Del Rio would be facing Cena at the Hell In A Cell show, which led to Rodriguez upsetting Del Rio in the RAW match.

Assuming he competes, John Cena would be returning two months after triceps surgery. That’s freakin’ insane. The guy is an absolute BEAST.

Cena will also be appearing on Good Morning American tomorrow morning.

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