In mere hours on Sunday night, WWE will present its fifth annual Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event, live from the America Airlines Arena in Miami at 8 p.m. ET.
WWE didn't have much time to build towards this show, with Battleground being only three weeks ago, but the card looks incredibly solid on paper, regardless. With the right winners, entertaining action and maybe even a shocker or two, this event could very well be better than both Battleground and Night of Champions, but that remains to be seen.
Headlining the show will be Randy Orton vs. Daniel Bryan in a Hell in a Cell match for the abeyance WWE Championship. With Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee, will it be third time's the charm for Bryan, or will Orton find a way to regain the gold he once held?
For the first time since SummerSlam, John Cena will step inside the squared circle to do battle with World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio. Will Cena be successful in his return to the ring, or will Del Rio's reign of ruthlessness as world champion continue?
One day removed from turning 35, CM Punk will enter the Hell in a Cell for a whopping fifth time to settle the score with Paul Heyman and Ryback in a handicap match. Will Heyman score yet another victory over the self-proclaimed best wrestler in the world, or will Punk manage to silence his former friend once and for all?
Here, I will provide my personal preview, prediction and potential for every match on the advertised card.