WWE Hell In A Cell 2010 Preview: Will There Be Surprises?

Micheal Robinson@nyyrobinsonSenior Analyst IIOctober 1, 2010

The 2010 WWE Hell In A Cell pay-per-view is this Sunday from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, but will you be watching?

This will be the second Hell In A Cell event, last year's inaugural event saw The Undertaker defeat CM Punk for the World Heavyweight Championship.  Can he repeat this year?

The problem that I have with this event, and I am sure most of us feel the same, is the fact that just two weeks ago, we were previewing and recapping Night Of Champions.

Last year's Hell In A Cell had nearly a month of build up headed into it, holding eight matches, six of them for championship belts.

As of now, this year's card, while the matches look intriguing, there is only four, three for championships.

I am almost certain after Smackdown debuts on SyFy Friday, we will see an Intercontinental Championship match added, and maybe a Tag Team Championship match.

However, who wants to see a match that was announced the day before or day of the pay-per-view.

Last month's tag team match, where the odd, thrown together team, of Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes defeated The Hart Dynasty for the titles was announced during the event.

Where's the logic in that?

I think now that Christian is out of the mix with this injury, Alberto Del Rio needs a new storyline.  We could see a Dolph Ziggler face turn as Del Rio could attack him and go for an Intercontinental Championship match, which I am going to talk about in another article.

Anyways, let's look at the only four matches for Hell In A Cell we can at this point and break them down.


United States Championship Triple Threat Submissions Count Anywhere Match
Daniel Bryan (c) vs. John Morrison vs. The Miz

Wow, that is a long title for a match.

I was going to say that I don't like the idea of John Morrison being thrown into this feud, but then again, you have got to think about the possibilities here.

In a falls, I mean submissions count anywhere match, John Morrison could pull off some great moves. 

Maybe he will use the small trampoline that the Dallas Mavericks mascot uses during halftime and spring himself up in the air, off the wall, off the popcorn stand, and into Miz and Bryan's lap.

In all seriousness, I think this match has great potential and I am actually looking forward to it.  Daniel Bryan's personality and theme music isn't helping the cause, but I think Miz and Morrison can steal the show.


World Heavyweight Championship Hell In A Cell Match
Kane (c) vs. The Undertaker

For the second year in a row, The Undertaker is right at home in his backyard at Hell In A Cell, but once again is going in as the challenger.

This year's Kane and Undertaker feud as been building up to this moment for months now.

With the return of Paul Bearer and the urn last week, it seems that The Undertaker once again holds the power that made him who he is today.

The only way Kane can keep that title is if he does something about Bearer and that urn, but I don't see that happening.

At least this title run for Kane lasted longer then one day.

However, we have seen Bearer turn on Undertaker before, and we all remember how Undertaker practically left Bearer to die last time we saw him.


WWE Championship Hell In A Cell Match
Randy Orton (c) vs. Sheamus

I am very excited about seeing this match.

It will be interesting to see how Sheamus does inside of the cell, I can see the marks of a fence already left on Sheamus' pasty white skin the next night on Raw.

I don't think Sheamus wants to be locked inside of a cage with a snake that he can't tame, and that is exactly what is going to happen.

Randy Orton should dominate most of this match and could end it with an RKO or maybe even a punt to the head to finish the job.

I don't see Orton losing his newly won title just yet; look for an Randy Orton victory here.

I also think we could see a returning Triple H in this match, looking for revenge on Sheamus and a future match with Randy Orton for the WWE Championship.


Cena Joins Nexus or Nexus Disbands
John Cena vs. Wade Barrett

The match everyone is talking about.  Well, we have only had a week to talk about it, but still, we are talking about it.

What can happen in this match?  The possibilities are endless!

Cena loses, joins Nexus, turns heel?

Cena loses, joins Nexus, disbands Nexus from the inside?

Cena wins, Nexus disbands?

It is very intriguing, I must admit.  For a rare occasion, I applaud WWE for making me have no idea what is going to happen during or after this match.

I am pro "Cena Heel Turn", I just don't think it will happen under these circumstances.  I don't want him to be forced to become a heel, I want him to embrace it.

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