Official Hell in a Cell poster. Credit: WWE.com
WWE Hell in a Cell 2012 is just a few weeks away and is (at the moment) without a main event. John Cena is poised to return to Raw this Monday, and I suspect it won’t be long before the main event slot is occupied by Cena’s challenge for the WWE Championship.
Super Cena could be in full effect, returning from recent elbow surgery, once again ahead of schedule. History tells us that John Cena is one to beat the recovery time, as he did in 2008.
WWE.com itself originally reported a 14-day recovery for the face of the company, eliciting a strong response from Cena. With Ryback on the receiving end of a big push, speculation is rampant of his challenging CM Punk in John Cena’s place.
But make no mistake about it. Whether it be in a multi-man match that also includes Ryback (among others) or a one-on-one against CM Punk, John Cena will be on the card come October 28 and will headline the 2012 Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event.
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Greg DeMarco is a wrestling fan of over 28 years and has also worked on the independent circuit as a promoter, announcer, character and booker. He began his writing career 411Mania.com. Greg also hosts a weekly radio show found at www.blogtalkradio.com/gregdemarco and streaming worldwide each weekend at www.vocnation.com.