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WWE News: CM Punk Claims He Has Chosen His Opponent for Hell in a Cell

Courtesy WWE.com
Courtesy WWE.com
Gone Baby GoneContributerOctober 15, 2012

That's right, folks. We are less than eight hours away from Monday night's Raw, and CM Punk is teasing that he has decided on his opponent for Hell in a Cell.

As you probably know, Vince McMahon forced Punk to make a decision between John Cena and Ryback. Ultimately, he was told he had to know by tonight, as he has been dodging this decision for weeks.

So, Monday afternoon, Punk took to Twitter with the following tweet:

 

This was a cool tweet simply due to him adding a little Simpsons animation to it (seen here). Now, as much as I hate to say it, he will probably be choosing Cena. Especially after Cena revealed over the weekend that if chosen, he would be ready.

However, I got to hand it to Cena, as he has busted his butt to get in fighting shape in about a month's time. Not to mention that he has an exemplary attendance record when it comes to performing in the ring. Let's face it, he has done a great job taking care of himself to avoid serious injuries. 

If Cena is Punk's choice, this will be great news for the WWE, as Cena is truly a money-maker. Ultimately, Cena has single-handedly pulled in some serious revenue and ratings for the company. 

In the end, I am hopeful that this will mark the end of this feud. Especially considering, Punk has done an outstanding job at maintaining the title and his heel status. I guess we will have to tune in tonight to find out what the WWE has in store for us.

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