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I didn't watch the Hell in a Cell pre-show on YouTube, and it looks like I may have actually missed something of note on it.
Apparently, John Cena was in the ring for a Q&A session when he was interrupted by Dolph Ziggler, who attempted to attack him. I'm not sure if this well end up being a random act that is completely forgotten about by next week, but given the recent interaction between Cena and Ziggler, I think there's much more to it.
There seem to be a lot of connections between the two, with Cena suddenly being linked to AJ, Ziggler saying he thought she'd have "better taste" and slyly hinting that he's been involved with AJ and, of course, Vickie Guerrero being appointed the Managing Supervisor of Raw.
I don't think that original creative plans called for a Ziggler/Cena feud, but with the rivalry between CM Punk and Ryback seemingly spinning off into something completely separate, Cena is going to need something to do.
A feud with Ziggler makes sense because "The Showoff" and "The Champ" have never had an extended feud and because this could be something that helps catapult Ziggler to the next level.
Honestly, I realize that the WWE may not go in the direction of a Cena/Ziggler feud at all. But if you really think about it, it's probably either this or some type of involvement in Punk/Ryback at Survivor Series for Cena.
Oh, and by the way, here are my picks for the two teams should this match go down.
Team Ziggler: Ziggler, Prime Time Players (Darren Young and Titus O'Neil), The Miz and Antonio Cesaro
Team Cena: Cena, Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara, Kofi Kingston and Zack Ryder