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WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 Discussion Thread - October 27, 2013 from Miami, FL (#5)


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The fifth annual WWE Hell in a Cell will come to you, live on pay-per-view, on October 27 from the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, FL.

 

The official theme song for Hell in a Cell is "Out of Time" by Stone Temple Pilots (f/ Chester Bennington), off of their newest album, "High Rise".

 

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Confirmed Matches/Events

 

WWE Championship: Hell in a Cell: Special Referee- Shawn Michaels:

Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan

 

2-on-1 Handicap Hell in a Cell Match:

CM Punk vs. Ryback & Paul Heyman

 

World Heavyweight Championship:

Alberto Del Rio © vs. John Cena

 

WWE Tag Team Championship: Triple Threat Tag Match:

Goldust & Cody Rhodes © vs. Jimmy & Jey Uso vs. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns

 

Divas Championship:

AJ Lee © vs. Brie Bella

 

Intercontinental Championship: Kickoff Exclusive:

Curtis Axel © vs. Big E. Langston

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Cena is coming back already!? That's bad news for me. I was just getting used to Cena not being on WWE television :sad:

 

With that said, it makes no sense whatsoever to me that Cena is getting a World Heavyweight Title match for no apparent reason. It's no secret that I don't like Alberto Del Rio as a champion, but he still deserves better than getting jobbed out to John Cena just because it's John Cena. I honestly thought that they were going to have Vickie announce the match, then have her do a "haha, just kidding", revealing that she just dropped Cena's name to cost Del Rio the match against Ricardo Rodriguez.

 

Also, they've added a rematch between CM Punk and Ryback to the card. This is kind of a letdown to me because I have no interest in seeing another match between Punk and Ryback. If it was a Hell in a Cell Match, then I might be interested, but, as of now, it's not. I was hoping that the Punk/Heyman feud would be over at Hell in a Cell, but that doesn't look likely now.

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I honestly thought that they were going to have Vickie announce the match, then have her do a "haha, just kidding", revealing that she just dropped Cena's name to cost Del Rio the match against Ricardo Rodriguez.

 

I thought the same thing at first. Then I realized there's no way Vic would use our lord and saviors name in vain lest she be struck down by the almighty universe.

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The best idea I've seen floated so far is that Alberto target's Cena's arm, Cena wins the belt, Alberto attacks him post-match and Sandow cashes in. Cena gets more time off, the heels get heat, it's an easy transition from Alberto to Sandow, and Cena has two ready-made feuds for down the road.

 

I feel like the next chapter is Cena comes back for revenge vs Alberto while Cody wins the World Title from Sandow. But whatever.

 

Anyway, Cena coming back so soon is not surprising in any way, but it feels abrupt in relation to the current angle and trying to find him a place in it.

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It's no secret that I don't like Alberto Del Rio as a champion, but he still deserves better than getting jobbed out to John Cena just because it's John Cena.
I know irrational thought when it comes to John Cena is a given on t'internet, but at least allow the match to happen first before saying Alberto was "jobbed out" against him.

 

On a side note, there is a big difference between losing and being jobbed out. Case in point, the match on NXT with Luke Harper and Kassius Ohno. Prior to seeing it, I read a number of comments saying he was jobbed out, but when I watched it, he was not jobbed out, he simply lost to another (more pushed at this point) wrestler.

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i was bored of ADR, but then i missed a few weeks of Smackdowns and RAWs and only caught little bits of the last PPVs. I actually enjoyed him against RVD at Battleground though...so if you want to find him not-as-boring, just stop watching for a while....
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He delivered in-ring a LOT as a babyface, in fact he was in my Top 5 halfway through the year. But, not so coincidentally, he hasn't had a great match since the match in which he turned back heel. His matches aren't as good as they were when he was a face, and he's really not any more interesting out of the ring as a heel, so it's lose-lose for me.

 

Actually I take that back, there were the Christian matches. But Christian is a guaranteed match-up for him, and that is all he's done of note in the ring since Payback.

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These PPVs are way too close together. Almost zero build for most of the matches and matches that just don't make sense. Orton/Bryan again, Ryback/Punk again, and then lets fill up the show the last raw before the show. Even worse, let's announce an absolute garbage match the day of the show. (Cesaro saving grace). Spread these PPVs out more.
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