WWE Hell In A Cell Results – John Cena Returns, Randy Orton Is Champion

WWE Hell in a Cell Results
Sunday, October 27, 2013
From the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida
Report by Richard Gray & Sean Hopkins of WrestlingNewsWorld.com

Quick Results:

Kickoff

The WWE television open starts things off as we see a promo for WWE 2K14, which hits stores in the United States on Tuesday. They go to camera shots of fans entering the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Mathews introduces Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth and Kaitlyn.

Mathews asks Ziggler what intrigues him the most about Hell in a Cell. Ziggler says the World Heavyweight Championship match intrigues him the most. He questions if John Cena is returning too soon and he talks about Damien Sandow possibly “cashing in” on Alberto Del Rio. R-Truth agrees with him 120% but tonight at Hell in a Cell, we’ll find out who will be the new WWE Champion and the new face of WWE.

Kaitlyn says it’s possible that Daniel Bryan will win the WWE title. Kaitlyn talks about Brie Bella possibly winning the WWE Divas Championship and the real-life couple becoming a new power couple. Mathews sends us to Renee Young.

Young is in the social media lounge and talks about Hell in a Cell since it came to fruition in 1996. That leads us to tonight’s poll… Who is Mr. Hell in a Cell?

The Undertaker
Shawn Michaels
Triple H
Randy Orton
Mick Foley

Backstage, The Miz tells Vickie Guerrero he wants Bray Wyatt in a match tonight after what they did to him on Smackdown. Vickie says he isn’t medically cleared and she can’t sanction a match for him. He says if she can’t give him a match, there’s going to be a fight and walks off.

They plug the 2 on 1 Handicap Hell in a Cell Match. Big E Langston joins the panel due to Curtis Axel being injured and their match being canceled. Langston says this is going to be a stiff test for CM Punk but it’s a test he passed before and it’s a test he’ll pass again. Truth says Punk made his own stipulations. He talks about Paul being a liar and manipulator. He questions if Heyman will get got. Kaitlyn hopes Heyman gets got and says his relationship with Ryback has everyone feeling a little uncomfortable.

Ziggler says Heyman has made an entire career out of being devious and lying. He’s a slime ball but has always found a way to come out on top.

Mathews promotes the WWE Tag Team Championship match tonight. We go to an interview with The Shield. Seth Rollins puts the blame for them losing the WWE Tag Team Championship on Big Show. Roman Reigns says it may appear the odds are stacked up against them tonight but they’re The Shield, the odds are ever stacked in their favor. Big E Langston says it’s funny they always talk about having the odds in their favor but isn’t that because they always have Dean Ambrose ringside. Big E wants a match against Ambrose for the US title tonight. Ambrose says he’s about preparing his men for battle tonight and he can take that somewhere else.

Ambrose tells Langston he’s not even close to being a man that can carry the United States title. Ambrose asks him if he wants a lesson in manners and professionalism, he’ll teach him one tonight. It appears they’re doing Langston vs. Dean Ambrose for the WWE United States Championship.

Ziggler puts over Langston and says he can win tonight.  Mathews takes us to the John Cena return video package that aired on this week’s TVs.

We’re back in the AmericanAirlines arena at announce. Michael Cole introduces himself, JBL and Jerry Lawler. We’re ready to go to the ring.

Singles Match
- Damien Sandow vs. Kofi Kingston

The entrances:

Damien Sandow comes down with his MITB briefcase. His music stops so he can cut a promo about the return of the WWE’s ultimate false idol, John Cena. He says most importantly Mr. Cena is facing the man that holds his future crown. The World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio. Silence. Rest assure himself and his MITB contract will be watching the match very closely. You’re welcome.

Kofi’s music hits and the pyros explode as he energetically walks to the ring. Kofi’s in red trunks.

The start:

The bell rings and the two guys lockup. Sandow pushes Kofi into the corner and kicks him down. Referee Mike Chioda tries to get Damien to back off but Kofi ends up fighting him off on his own.

Mid-match notes:

Sandow counters and sends Kofi to the match. Sandow goes off the ropes but eats some offense from Kofi. He gets a quick cover but nothing more than a one count. Kofi hits a baseball slide on Sandow to the outside. Sandow isn’t having much of it but when he counters, Kofi shows off his high-flying ability with a high risk spot. Kofi brings Sandow back into the ring.

Sandow gets in and sends Kofi to the apron. Kofi goes off the ropes but no one’s home. Sandow stomps Kofi down in the ring as we go to a commercial break.

We’re back in the ring as Sandow scoops and slams Kofi. Sandow gets in the referee’s face just as Kofi tries to counter. It doesn’t last though as Sandow puts Kofi in an abdominal stretch. Kingston counters out and both men go to the mat. Kofi rests in the corner as Sandow charges. Sandow ends up getting to the middle rope but Kofi meets him with a huricanrana.

Dropkick by Kofi onto Sandow. He’s building offense as he connects with the Boom Drop. Kofi pumps the crowd and signals Trouble in Paradise. Sandow counters but Kofi kings him in the head and goes off the ropes into a cross-body block. He gets a two count.

The finish:

Kingston sets Sandow up in the ropes and uses more high-flying offense. Cover for a two count. Sandow counters out of nowhere and hits You’re Welcome. He pins Kofi for the three count and the victory.

Winner – Damien Sandow

We go to replays of the huricanrana spot from Kofi and Sandow’s counter out of nowhere. Lawler mistakenly calls Sandow’s finisher the Thank You (it’s the You’re Welcome).

We go back to Renee Young in the social media lounge. She reads some Tweets about the pay-per-view. We go back to the poll question.

The Undertaker 81%
Shawn Michaels 6%
Triple H 4%
Randy Orton 3%
Mick Foley 6%

Mathews talks up the pay-per-view, showing the slide for the Hell in a Cell match for the WWE Championship between Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton with HBK as the special guest referee. Kaitlyn says it comes down to Shawn Michaels. Will he do what’s right or what’s best for business?

R-Truth says it’s a conspiracy and that Randy Orton is right in the middle of the whole mix. Truth says his favorite personally is Daniel Bryan. Ziggler says it comes down for creating a superstar and what’s best for WWE. He picks Randy Orton even though he can’t stand him. He says he is better than Daniel Bryan.

That’ll do it as I’ll hand things over to Sean Hopkins for his pay-per-view coverage. Catch me on Twitter Twitter.com/wnwdotcom. They’re opening the pay-per-view with the WWE Tag Team Championship Match.

Triple Threat Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
- Goldust & Cody Rhodes (c) vs. The Usos vs. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns

The entrances:

The champions, Goldust and Cody Rhodes, come out first, followed by The Usos and finally The Shield through the crowd. Dean Ambrose isn’t with Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins. Triple threat rules for this match,

The start:

Two men start the match, an Uso and Goldust. They had the rules wrong on commentary, at least Cole and Lawler did as they thought a member from each team would be in there. Goldust gets a quick one count on Jey Uso.

Mid-match notes:

Goldust builds some offense and tags in Cody Rhodes. There’s a double team on Rhodes followed by a face-first suplex into the mat. A one count for Cody as Jimmy tags in. He rolls the champion up and gets a quick cover. Cody kicks out twice at two as the babyfaces play to the crowd. Jimmy looks focused, he locks Cody up belly-to-back. He goes for a hip toss but settles for a scoop and a slam. Quick cover on Rhodes.

Goldust tags himself in. Jey tags in after Jimmy hits a little offense. It’s Jey and Goldust in the ring, Rollins and Reigns waiting in the wings. Goldust hits right hands on Jey Uso as Roman Reigns goes to the outside and pulls Goldust to the out with him.

It’s Reigns and Goldust as Reigns had tagged in. Quick two count for Reigns as Rollins tags in. It’s Rollins and Goldust as the two Shield members show great teamwork. Seth Rollins works on Goldust from the outside, kicking him in the head. Rollins gets back in and gets a two count. It’s all Rollins as he isolates Goldust in his corner.

Roman Reigns picks up right where his partner left off. Reigns applies a headlock and the referee checks for submission or to count. Goldust gets to his feet from the roar of the crowd. Back-slide into a pin for a two count. Reigns follows up with an elbow and a two count. Reigns almost had him as he works the babyface over in the ring. Rollins and Reigns have been dominant up to this point.

Headbutt from Reigns onto Goldust. The crowd chants ‘Goldust’ and he fights out of the corner with right hands. Goldust goes to tag Cody by Reigns pulls him back and gets yet another two count. Reigns is in control of the match as the Usos have been bystanders. Finally, Goldust counters with a DDT. Both men are down but Reigns is up first. Rollins tagged in and he kicks Rhodes off the apron.

Goldust counters with a back-body drop but Cody is on the outside. Rollins tags Reigns as Goldust is gassed in the corner. Goldust flips Reigns out of the ring. The Usos both want in and try to get Goldust to tag them. The Shield takes care of them on the outside.

Sidewalk slam from Reigns onto Goldust but Cody Rhodes gets into the ring to make the save. The referee makes Rhodes gets back. Now it’s Goldust and Roman Reigns in the ring. He whips Goldust into the corner and points at Cody in dismay.

Reigns trash talks Goldust, calling him ‘old man.’ This finally leads to a counter and Goldust puts Reigns on the mat. Which way will Goldust go? He tags in Cody Rhodes. He goes off the top rope with a missile dropkick. Rollins tags in and Cody has all the offense.

Moonsault into a two count by Cody, a sensational spot! Cody has the crowd going, he pumps them up again but Rollins tries to counter. Cody stays in control and misses the disaster tag. The Usos tagged in. It’s Jimmy Uso and Seth Rollins.

The crowd is behind Uso as he gets a cover and the match has broken down after a two count from The Usos. The Usos cleans house and one of them hits a suicide div. Rollins and one of the Usos are the legal men. Two count as Rollins kicks out.

Rhodes finally tags in off one of the Usos. It’s Rollins and Rhodes with everyone else dazed and out of it. Rollins sets Cody up on the top rope. He goes for some offense. Right hands from Rollins, Cody counters with rights of his own. They’re both on the top rope as Cody superplexes Rollins to the outside onto Goldust, Reigns and The Usos. Incredible spot, wow!

The finish:

Rollins returns the match to the ring and there’s a two count on Cody. Now there is an Uso in but he eats a spear from Reigns. Rollins and Rhodes are still the legal men as The Shield clears the Usos out. It’s Rhodes and Rollins once again. Goldust gets involved and allows for Cody to hit Cross Rhodes on Rollins and get the three count for the win.

Winners & still WWE Tag Team Champions Goldust & Cody Rhodes

We’re backstage with Triple H and Shawn Michaels. They’re laughing and joking around as we go to a commercial.

We’re back in Miami as they show a camera shot from the street. The Miz’s music hits and he comes out dressed in his ring gear. Miz is sporting his “Be Awesome” Rise Against Cancer t-shirt.

In-Ring Segment
- The Miz Calls Out Bray Wyatt

The Miz gets on the mic and says he may not be medically cleared to work tonight but that doesn’t mean he’s not cleared to fight. He tells Bray Wyatt to get out of his rocking chair and calls Luke Harper and Erick Rowan hillbillies. He demands Bray come to the ring. Bray is on the big screen and cuts another creepy promo. The power goes out in the ring and Rowan and Harper are in the ring.

Miz uses the mic on Rowan but it’s not for long as they dismantle him in the ring. Kane’s music hits and he’s ready to seek retribution. He comes out and makes quick work of Rowan. He takes out Luke Harper and stares from the ring as they retreat down the ramp.

Kane then grabs The Miz and chokeslams him right in the middle of the ring. He raises his arms and drops them as the flames shoot out of the ring posts. Welcome back Kane. His music plays as The Miz is laid out in the ring.

Mixed Tag Team Match
- Fandango & Summer Rae vs. The Great Khali & Natalya w/Hornswoggle

The entrances:

Fandango and Summer Rae dance out to the ring as the crowd Fandangos to the music. Fandango gets on the mic and tells Miami they think they know about Salsa dancing. What they know is primitive and crude. There’s only one true master of the art of salsa. And his name is Fan-dang-o. Fandango and Summer Rae do the salsa right in the middle of the ring.

The Great Khali, Natalya and Hornswoggle come to the ring. Natalya wants to go right at Summer Rae.

The start:

The bell rings and The Great Khali and Fandango start things out. Khali uses his size to push Fandango down and he backs him into the corner. You could hear a pin drop as Fandango smacks the chest of Fandango. Fandango tags in Summer Rae, so Natalya is tagged in.

Mid-match notes:

Side headlock takeover from Natalya onto Summer Rae. Summer countered but it wasn’t pretty. She goes for a cover but Natalya counters and gets a cover out of backslide. Summer Ray builds a counter and starts dancing with Natalya down.

Natalya applies a headlock on Summer Rae and brings her down to the mat. Summer Rae uses his legs to lock in hold then the two ladies struggle for control. Natalya brings Rae down and gives her an arm drag into Fandango. Natalya was ready to put the Sharpshooter on Natalya. Fandango goes to the outside and after Hornswoggle.

Khali brings Fandango into the ring by palming his head with his land. Fandango works the massive leg of Khali. He targets the right ankle of Khali. Natalya gets the crowd going. Fandango taunts Natalya but walks right into a chop from Khali. Khali delivers a massive boot to Fandango. Summer Rae tags in.

The finish:

Natalya comes in and smacks Summer Rae. She follows up with a right hand and a suplex. Scoop and a slam from Natalya onto Summer Raey. Summer whips her off the ropes but Natalya counters with a clothesline. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter. Rae rolls Natalya up out of nowhere to steal the win.

Winners – Summer Rae & Natalya

We go back to the expert panel. Josh Mathews asks Kaitlyn what’s stood out to her. She talks about the awful and raunchy dancing but put over Summer Rae getting a win in her first match. R-Truth puts over the WWE Tag Team Championship Match and Dolph Ziggler wants to talk about The Miz and the return of Kane.

WWE United States Championship Match
- Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Big E Langston

The entrances:

Dean Ambrose is the first man to make his way to the ring, of course coming out through the crowd.

Big E Langston is out next, and the big man gets a pretty nice reaction from the crowd.

The start:

The bell rings, and Ambrose begins talking smack before slapping Langston. Big E goes right for the pin, then hits a giant shoulder block for another near fall. Langston tosses Ambrose into the corner and follows with a big shoulder to the gut.

Mid-match notes:

He keeps the fights up, catching Ambrose out of a cross body and dropping in into a backbreaker. Ambrose is able to turn things around in the corner with a couple of chops, but Langston is not impressed. Langston stops Ambrose cold with a knee to the gut before shouldering, and simply dropping Ambrose for another near fall.

Langston picks Ambrose up into a bear hug, then drops him down when Ambrose rakes the eyes. Ambrose charges Langston in the corner, but Langston launches him over the top rope and to the outside with a backdrop. Ambrose grabs his legs and begins crawling under the ring. He surprises Langston and uses the opportunity to crawl back into the ring and catch Langston with a couple of kicks. Ambrose tries to suplex Langston back into the ring, but can’t, and simply rams his head into the turnbuckle to drop him back to the floor.

Langston makes it back into the ring and Ambrose is right on top of him, ripping and tearing away before slapping at his midsection. Ambrose mounts Langston in the corner and grinds his knee into Langston’s face. Ambrose ties Langston up in the ropes and hits a big running dropkick that’s good for a one count. Ambrose attempts a camel clutch on Langston but only gets maybe half of it. At best. Langston stands and breaks the hold, but Ambrose is able to lock in a sleeper hold.

Langston fights out of the hold, hits a big back drop, and a couple of clotheslines. Langston tries for a splash, but Ambrose is able to move out of the way. Langston connects with a belly-to-belly suplex for another two count. Langston goes for another splash and connects this time, but he still only gets two. Langston is bleeding from the cheek somehow or other. Langston shoulders Ambrose, but Ambrose fights out and bails to the floor. Langston brings things back into the ring, but Ambrose kicks the ropes into Langston’s crotch, then hits a big DDT on Langston for two.

The finish:

Ambrose misses a spear in the corner, hitting shoulder first into the rings post. Big E connects with a spear through the ropes that sends both men crashing to the floor. Ambrose stays out on the floor, and ends up counted out.

Winner as a result of a count-out: Big E Langston

Langston chases after Ambrose, brings him back into the ring, and hits the Big Ending. Langston holds the title high over his head before draping it on top of Ambrose.

Handicap Hell in a Cell Match
- CM Punk vs. Ryback & Paul Heyman

We get a recap of Punk winning the Beat the Clock challenge two weeks ago to set the stipulation for this match as the Cell begins lowering from the ceiling.

The entrances:

CM Punk is the first man to make his way to the ring, and unsurprisingly, he gets a great pop from the crowd on his way out.

Ryback is out next, but he’s without Paul Heyman. Ryback shakes the cage, and makes his way into the cell.

Heyman is in a scissor lift, and Ryback smiles as Paul is driven down to the ring by someone who doesn’t seem to know how to drive it.

Heyman has a mic, and he says his name is Paul Heyman and he’s the best in Hell. Little did Punk know when he was just breaking in that he sold his soul to the devil. The lift is going up. Heyman says he’s Satan himself in the WWE. And Ryback is the man who’s going to collect Punk’s soul, for all the dirty deeds done on Heyman’s behalf. Heyman steps on the cage roof and says he’s ascended to the top of the world from the depths of Hell. He’s Paul Heyman, and he owns Punk.

The start:

Punk is livid, but immediately takes the fight to Ryback, fighting out of a gorilla press and chop blocking Ryback. Punk stomps away at Ryback’s joints and knees. Ryback rolls to the outside and Punk looks up to the cell roof all along. Punk hits the ropes and dives through, sending Ryback crashing into the cell wall. Punk goes under the ring for a kendo stick, he swings at Ryback, but misses, and Ryback picks Punk up and drives him back first into the cell wall a couple of times.

Mid-match notes:

Ryback picks up the kendo stick and gets in a shot before choking Punk with his boot. Ryback rears back and hits Punk across the back again before sending him into the ring and following with the stick in hand. Ryback assaults Punk in the corner, hitting him across the back before choking him with the kendo stick. Ryback sends Punk into the ropes and hits a high back elbow before kicking at Punk’s chest, and stomping on his back. Ryback catches Punk with a big right before burying his shoulder in Punk’s midsection. Ryback sends Punk across the ring into the turnbuckles hard before standing on Punk’s head, and splashing his back for a near fall.

Ryback grabs Punk around the waist, but Punk fights out and low-bridges Ryback to send him crashing to the outside. Punk heads to the top rope and leaps to the floor with a flying forearm to Ryback’s forehead. Punk goes under the ring for a table, but Ryback charges into Punk and knocks him back into the steps, before choking him with his boot. Ryback picks Punk up and suplexes him into the cage three times before shoving him away.

Ryback sends things back into the ring and goes right for a belly to back suplex. Ryback mounts Punk with a rear chin lock, and Punk reaches for the kendo stick. Punk fights to his feet and out of the hold, but Ryback catches Punk and pops him into a backpack stunner for two. Ryback cinches up around Punk’s waist, but Punk fights to his feet and out of the hold. Ryback runs into a boot in the corner, and Punk scores with a springboard cross body, and a big dropkick to the knee. Punk runs into the corner with the high knee, and he rolls to the apron.

Ryback hits Punk with a big powerslam for another two count, and getting frustrated, he pulls down his straps. Ryback tries for shell shock, but Punk fights out of it and sends Ryback face first into the turnbuckle. Punk grabs the kendo stick and he wears Ryback out, hitting him across the stomach, then back. Punk uses the stick to clothesline Ryback, then hits another running knee in the corner, following with a short-arm clothesline. Punk goes to the top and hits the flying elbow, getting a two count out of it.

Punk goes back to the kendo stick and hits Ryback with a solid three shots before heading to the floor and going under the ring for the table. Punk brings the table back into the ring and starts setting it up, but Ryback stops him. Ryback sets the table on its side, and tries to powerbomb Punk into the table, but Punk avoids it. Ryback is able to seat Punk crotch first onto the table, and Punk writhes in pain while Heyman laughs.

Ryback hits Punk with a quick running clothesline, then sets the table up. Ryback tells Heyman he’ll finish Punk now. Punk drops to his knees and hits Ryback with a low blow. Ryback lays down on the table and Punk goes to the top. Punk leaps off the top turnbuckle, and sends Ryback through the table with a huge elbow drop and Heyman looks stunned.

The finish:

Punk’s got the stick and he whacks the side of Ryback’s head. Punk follows with the G2S, and he gets the three count.

Winner: CM Punk

Punk immediately looks up, and Heyman looks scared. Punk asks Heyman where he’s going to go. Punk goes under the ring for another Kendo stick, which he shoves in his trunks. Punk begins the climb to the top of the cell.

Punk reaches the top and pulls out the kendo stick. Heyman tries to beg off, but Punk has him by the neck. Punk kisses the top of Heyman’s head, then begins using the kendo stick to completely wear out Heyman, hitting him with shots upon shots upon shots to the back. Punk calls for the Go To Sleep, and even JBL begs him not to. Punk shoulders Heyman, and he hits it, putting Heyman out on his back on top of the cell.

Daniel Bryan is backstage, Bryan says all he wants is a chance to prove he can be WWE Champion, and now he’s got a chance, with just him and Orton, and of course Shawn Michaels, who he hopes will be impartial. Bryan says just for fun, it was in this very arena where the ‘yes’ phenomenon was started, and tonight he rewards them by showing he can win the WWE Championship. Bryan leads the crowd in yes chants before he’s cut off.

Tag Team Match
- Los Matadores vs. Jack Swagger & Antonio Cesaro

The entrances:

Los Matadores are the first men to make their way out to the ring, and yes, El Torito is with them. They get a pretty nice pop from the crowd, as JBL tries to figure out how Rey Mysterio can be doing Spanish commentary, and be ringside as El Torito at the same time.

The start:

Jack Swagger and Antonio Cesaro are out next with Zeb Coalter. Coalter’s got a mic and he says it’s funny that tonight is called Hell in a Cell, because their opponents belong in cells because they’re criminals, and about 80% of the crowd probably is too. Zeb also calls out Torito, saying he assaulted and attacked a United States war veteran in Coalter. He’s embarrassed that they have to breathe the same air as these three tonight, and that’s no bull. Zeb gets a nice little ‘we the people’ out of the crowd, and we’re ready to begin.

Mid-match notes:

Diego and Cesaro begin things with Diego attempting to use his speed against Cesaro, scoring with a couple of quick head scissors. Diego ends up caught though, when Cesaro tosses him to the outside, and tags out to Swagger. Swagger hits a spear on the floor before bringing things back into the ring and hitting a Swagger bomb. Cesaro tags in and hits a nice senton for two. Cesaro backs Diego into his own corner and tags out to Swagger who hits a series of knees to the gut and a short-arm clothesline. Cesaro tags back in and clamps on a rear chin lock.

Diego fights out of the hold, and backdrops an interfering Swagger to the floor. Cesaro catches the other Matadore with a big boot, and Cesaro traps Diego with the giant swing. Cesaro spins Diego around at least thirty times, pinning Diego for two, but it’s broken up. Cesaro is caught with an enzugiri, and both men make the tag. The other matador tags in and goes to work on Swagger, hitting him with a flurry of offense that ends with a huge DDT.

The finish:

Things are broken up by Cesaro. Back in the ring, Swagger launches himself into Diego’s knee, and clamps on the ankle lock. Diego fights out of it, and Los Matadores score a double face buster for the three count.

Winners: Los Matadores

Colter is in the ring on his heads and knees crying. Los Matadores catch him and toss El Torito into a head scissors on Cesaro. Zeb is tossed to the floor, and Torito dives to the outside to wipe out Swagger while Los Matadores celebrate.

World Heavyweight Championship Match
- Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. John Cena

We get a video package that shows the events leading up to this match. Namely, Cena recovering from injury and randomly being placed into this match.

The entrances:

Alberto Del Rio is the first man to make his way to the ring, and the Champion comes out waving a big Mexican flag.

John Cena is out next, and he gets a more positive reaction that normal, but there’s still a good number of boos mixed in there.

After formal ring introductions from Lillian Garcia, we’re ready for the match.

The start:

The bell rings and Cena goes right for a side headlock. Del Rio goes right for the arm, backing Cena into the ropes. Cena rolls to the outside and adjusts the padding on his arm. Cena gets back into the ring and takes Del Rio over with a headlock to the mat. Del Rio fights to his feet and out of the hold, but falls to a shoulder block. Del Rio tries to go for Cena in the corner, but Cena gets into the ropes to back Del Rio away. Del Rio catches Cena with a kick to the gut, and a series of right hands, then a couple of big stomps to the chest.

Mid-match notes:

Cena goes in with some punches and a running bulldog, but he’s kickd in the chest, then dropkicked to the apron. Del Rio charges in and kicks Cena in the shoulder, sending him to the floor. Del Rio heads out after Cena and slams his arm into the ring steps. Del Rio brings things back into the ring and kicks Cena in the ribs, then charges in with a big kick to the head. Cena is able to turn things around with a drop toe hold, but Del Rio comes up with a giant German suplex that’s good for a two count.

Del Rio goes right for the arm, keeping the fight on Cena, even when Cena makes it into the ropes. Cena stands to his feet, and rolls over, sending Del Rio across the ring. Cena follows with a drop kick, but he runs right into a big back elbow. Del Rio charges in with a big stomp to the chest, then he goes to the top rope, leaping off with a sloppy forearm that’s good for two. Del Rio goes right back into an arm bar, stretching Cena’s shoulder. Cena is able to fight up to his feet and out of the hold, but Del Rio kicks the back of Cena’s leg and chokes him in the ropes.

Del Rio charges in, but he misses Cena and slips through the ropes, falling to the floor. Del Rio catches Cena’s throat across the top rope. Del Rio heads to the top and leaps off into a big kick from Cena. Cena hits Del Rio with a couple of shoulder blocks and a big belly to back suplex, before following up with the five knuckle shuffle. Cena shoulders Del Rio, but Del Rio fights out and hits the backstabber, which is good for two.

Cena misses a splash in the corner, but hits an elbow, and a tornado DDT from the second rope for two. Cena rolls out to the apron and heads to the top rope. Del Rio stops Cena cold with an enzugiri that sends him crashing to the mat. Del Rio gets another two count while Sandow is shown watching on in the back. Del Rio backs into the corner and waits for Cena to stand. Del Rio misses another enzugiri, and Cena shoulders Del Rio. Del Rio fights out and hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for another two count.

Del Rio seats Cena on the top turnbuckle and traps him in the tree of woe, kicking him in the chest. Del Rio charges in, and Cena sits up. Del Rio crashes head first into the corner turnbuckle. Cena heads up to the top, and Cena leaps off with a big cross body that’s good for two. Cena goes for Del Rio, and Del Rio drops down with Cena’s arm across his knees. Del Rio tries for the cross arm breaker, but Cena counters into the STF and Del Rio struggles to the ropes. Del Rio makes it to the ropes and Cena is forced to break the hold.

The finish:

Del Rio hits Cena with a couple of nasty kicks, but it’s not enough to keep him down. Del Rio locks on the cross arm breaker and Cena’s shoulders are down for two. Cena picks Del Rio up and breaks the hold by powerbombing him to the mat. Cena shoulders Del Rio again, but Del Rio fights out. Another attempts at the AA, and Cena gets it. Cena pins Del Rio for three.

Winner and NEW World Heavyweight Champion: John Cena

Cena lays the belt out and thanks the crowd before picking it up and holding it high over his head. Cena tells JBL that he was wrong and that Cena was good. JBL says he never would have believed it.

Josh Matthews, Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth and Kaitlyn discuss John Cena returning triumphantly. Truth says he believes that Daniel Bryan will win in the main event, and Kaitlyn stumbles through something about the Divas title match before being interrupted by AJ Lee’s music.

WWE Divas Championship Match
- AJ Lee (c) vs. Brie Bella

The entrances:

AJ makes her way to the ring to a decent reaction from the crowd, and of course she’s got Tamina along with her.

The Bella twins are out next, and Brie gets a decent reaction as well.

The start:

The bell rings and we get a lock up. AJ pushes Brie away, and nothing is solved. AJ shoves Brie’s face, and catches her with a right hand, but Brie responds with a right of her own. Brie rolls AJ up for two, then goes to work on her arm. AJ tries to fight back, but Brie hits a Northern lights suplex. Brie connects with a back elbow in the corner, but when she heads out to the apron, AJ sends her crashing out to the floor. AJ brings things back into the ring and covers Brie for two.

Mid-match notes:

AJ clamps on a side headlock, but Brie is able to fight out. AJ sends Brie into the ropes and chokes her against the middle rope. AJ picks Brie up for a big neck breaker, then skips around the ring with a big smile on her face. AJ picks Brie up and kicks her in the stomach, but runs right into a knee to the gut. AJ traps Brie in a guillotine choke, dropping Brie down to the mat.

Brie stands and fights out of the hold before hitting a missile dropkick to send AJ crashing across the ring. Brie charges in with a couple of big dropkicks, and a sloppy clothesline that’s good for two. Brie sends AJ into the corner and runs into a big boot. AJ sends Brie crashing face first into the turnbuckle. AJ tries for the black widow, but Brie fights out. AJ goes for a roll up, but Brie counters into a half-crab.

The finish:

Nikki and Tamina get into on the outside while AJ makes it into the ropes. Brie goes for a running knee, but accidentally connects with her sister. AJ locks in the black widow, and forces Brie to tap out.

Winner and STILL WWE Divas Champion

The Prime Time Players are shown playing WWE 2K14 backstage. Bob Backlund is there, and he’s not too happy about it. He’d rather kids be reading and writing. Titus explains to Backlund that people will have a chance to become immortal with WWE 2K14. PTP ask if Backlund can dance. Backlund says he dances every day. Backlund does the ‘millions of dollars’ dance with the PTP.

Hell in A Cell Match for the WWE Championship
Special Guest Referee – Shawn Michaels
- Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton

Triple H is shown talking to Shawn Michaels backstage and Hunter doesn’t look too happy as Michaels walks off. This leads to a video package detailing the events leading up to the main event this evening.

The entrances:

Shawn Michaels is the first man to the ring, and the crowd seems pretty happy to see the Icon make his way to the ring wearing the referee’s stripes.

Randy Orton is the first competitor to come to the ring, and he walks slowly, eyeing the cell on his way down the aisle.

Daniel Bryan is out to the ring next, and the fans are hot for Bryan, with loads of ‘yes’ chants ringing throughout the arena.

Triple H’s music hits, and The Game makes his way out holding the WWE title.

Hunter shows the title to both men, and offers his hand, but Bryan refuses to shake hands with Hunter. Michaels holds up the title, and hands it off, then the cell begins to lower.

The start:

The bell rings and Bryan blocks a punch, hitting Orton with one of his own. Orton kicks Bryan and sends him to the outside. Bryan catches Orton with a quick dropkick but Orton responds with a snap powerslam. Orton tries for the suspension DDT, but Bryan fights it off and hits a giant shotgun missile dropkick from the top rope. Bryan kicks away at Orton’s legs and midsection in the corner. Bryan flips over Orton in the corner, but runs into a dropkick.

Mid-match notes:

Orton duplexes Bryan across the top rope, then kicks at his stomach. Orton picks Bryan up and duplexes him across the top rope again, wearing down Bryan’s midsection. Orton continues the assault with another suplex on the ropes. Orton follows up with a huge splash, sending Bryan crashing from the apron into the cell wall. Orton picks Bryan up to toss him into the steel steps.

Orton picks up the top half of the steps and runs them into Bryan before tossing them aside. He picks up the bottom half of the stiars and stands them up on end. Orton grinds Bryan’s face into the cell wall, then he tries to whip him into the steps, but Bryan is able to reverse it. Bryan kicks Orton in the chest repeatedly before slamming Orton’s head into the cell wall, then the steps.

Bryan brings things back into the ring and gets a two count. Bryan continues the assault with more kicks to the shoulders, chest and back. Bryan picks Orton up and seats him on the top rope, trapping him in the tree of woe. Bryan kicks at Orton’s chest before backing up and charging in with a low dropkick to the face. Bryan pulls Orton down and hits him with a big uppercut. Bryan misses a kick, but dropkicks Orton over the top rope.

Bryan hits a suicide dive, sending Orton crashing into the cage, then another. Bryan goes for a third, but Orton moves and assists Bryan smashing face-first into the cell wall. Orton picks Bryan up and crotches him against the ring post, before hitting the across the back backbreaker out of it. Orton picks Bryan up and tosses him into the ring, following and going right for the pin. Orton says it’s over, and he picks Bryan up, seating him on the top rope. Orton punches away at Bryan, and follows up with head butts. Orton heads to the top after Bryan, but Bryan fights him off and hits an awesome sunset powerbomb.

Orton and Bryan get to their knees and trade uppercuts. they stand and continue trading blows in an impressive display. Orton scores with a kick, but Bryan hits a running clothesline. Bryan stands and hits a running dropkick in the corner. Bryan hits a second dropkick in the corner and follows with kicks. Bryan seats Orton on the top rope and connects with a top rope hurricanrana. Bryan stands on the top rope and leaps off with a flying head butt. Bryan goes for the pin and gets two.

Bryan kicks Orton’s chest, but misses a kick to the head. Orton gets a roll up, but Bryan is able to counter into the yes lock. Orton gets to the ropes but it doesn’t matter. Orton rolls to the outside, but Bryan follows and runs him into the cage repeatedly. Bryan grinds the side of Orton’s face into the cell wall before hitting a running dropkick. Bryan goes under the ring and grabs a chair. Bryan waits for Orton to stand and he hits him in the gut, then across the back. Bryan wallops Orton two more times before tossing the chair, and nine others into the ring. Bryan hits Orton with yet another chair before sending him into the ring.

Orton is able to grab a chair and he uses it to hit Bryan a couple of times and set up a near fall. Orton whacks Bryan across the back, but Bryan still won’t stay down. Orton grabs a different chair and blasts Bryan across the back for another two count. Orton tosses the chairs into a pile in the middle of the ring. Orton picks Bryan up and seats him on the top rope. Orton heads up to the top, but Bryan fights him off. Orton comes back and crotches Bryan, going after him again. Orton suplexes Bryan on top of the chairs, mainly just his leg, and Orton goes for the pin, getting another two count.

Hunter is ringside again, and he’s telling HBK to do his job on the three counts. In the ring, Bryan catches Orton with a big kick, and Orton comes back with a huge exploder. HBK doesn’t see the pin as he’s distracted with Hunter. Orton pops out of the ring and gets in Michaels’ face. HBK tells Hunter to get off his back and let him do this. Orton gets back into the ring and almost gets caught in the yes lock. Orton fights out and hits Bryan with the suspension DDT.

Bryan hits a suicide dive, sending Orton crashing into the cage, then another. Bryan goes for a third, but Orton moves and assists Bryan smashing face-first into the cell wall. Orton picks Bryan up and crotches him against the ring post, before hitting the across the back backbreaker out of it. Orton picks Bryan up and tosses him into the ring, following and going right for the pin. Orton says it’s over, and he picks Bryan up, seating him on the top rope. Orton punches away at Bryan, and follows up with head butts. Orton heads to the top after Bryan, but Bryan fights him off and hits an awesome sunset powerbomb.

Orton and Bryan get to their knees and trade uppercuts. they stand and continue trading blows in an impressive display. Orton scores with a kick, but Bryan hits a running clothesline. Bryan stands and hits a running dropkick in the corner. Bryan hits a second dropkick in the corner and follows with kicks. Bryan seats Orton on the top rope and connects with a top rope hurricanrana. Bryan stands on the top rope and leaps off with a flying head butt. Bryan goes for the pin and gets two.

Bryan kicks Orton’s chest, but misses a kick to the head. Orton gets a roll up, but Bryan is able to counter into the yes lock. Orton gets to the ropes but it doesn’t matter. Orton rolls to the outside, but Bryan follows and runs him into the cage repeatedly. Bryan grinds the side of Orton’s face into the cell wall before hitting a running dropkick. Bryan goes under the ring and grabs a chair. Bryan waits for Orton to stand and he hits him in the gut, then across the back. Bryan wallops Orton two more times before tossing the chair, and nine others into the ring. Bryan hits Orton with yet another chair before sending him into the ring.

Orton is able to grab a chair and he uses it to hit Bryan a couple of times and set up a near fall. Orton whacks Bryan across the back, but Bryan still won’t stay down. Orton grabs a different chair and blasts Bryan across the back for another two count. Orton tosses the chairs into a pile in the middle of the ring. Orton picks Bryan up and seats him on the top rope. Orton heads up to the top, but Bryan fights him off. Orton comes back and crotches Bryan, going after him again. Orton suplexes Bryan on top of the chairs, mainly just his leg, and Orton goes for the pin, getting another two count.

Hunter is ringside again, and he’s telling HBK to do his job on the three counts. In the ring, Bryan catches Orton with a big kick, and Orton comes back with a huge exploder. HBK doesn’t see the pin as he’s distracted with Hunter. Orton pops out of the ring and gets in Michaels’ face. HBK tells Hunter to get off his back and let him do this. Orton gets back into the ring and almost gets caught in the yes lock. Orton fights out and hits Bryan with the suspension DDT.

The finish:

Orton tries for the RKO, but Bryan pushes him off, right into Michaels, who’s distracted by Hunter. Hunter asks Michaels if he’s alright, and immediately grabs the trainer and asks him to unlock the cage. Bryan hits the giant running knee and gets at least a five count. Bryan asks for Shawn to get up and count, but Hunter throws him away. Bryan hits Hunter with a huge running knee and the crowd is thrilled. Michaels hits Bryan with sweet chin music, and Orton rolls over into the cover. Michaels counts out the pin, and Orton gets three.

Winner and NEW WWE Champion: Randy Orton

Michaels looks upset and immediately storms out of the arena. Orton grabs the title and holds it high while trainers and the ref check on Bryan. Hunter sees Orton with the title and smiles, holding Orton’s arm high. The show ends with Orton holding the title high and Hunter celebrating with him.

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  • BlazeKing

    OH MY GOD!!!!!

  • BlazeKing

    OH MY GOD!!!!!

    • CENA VEERA

      JOHN CENA THE BEST FOR EVER

      • D 3:16

        lol

      • John

        You’re like 10 years old right?

  • Scottyo614

    That top rope superplex was insane!

  • Kleck

    Thank you for informing us that we won’t get much dancing from Khali tonight Michael Cole. We won’t get much wrestling either.

    • BlazeKing

      Word.

  • Lindsay Anderson

    SO happy Cody Rhodes & Goldust won. Not that I don’t like the Usos but I would have loved to see these 2 teams coalition against Rollins & Reigns. Hope it happens at one of the pay per views. When will they put Teddy Long in charge & get rid of the crud running the industry? It’s crap!

  • Eddie Edwards

    Did anyone else hear Dean Ambrose call his spot in the corner with Big E?

  • Lindsay Anderson

    I agree wholeheartedly. It’s baloney. Vince’s not mentally stable & I believe his daughter & son-in-law are the same way. WWE isn’t what it used to be. That’s why you see lawsuits transpiring. Nobody listens anymore. That’s what’s sad.

  • Stoney

    The ppv has already started but the shield vs usos vs Rhodes brothers is definitely the match of the night.

    Goldust still freakin has it

  • WyFo

    Richard, you put the winners were Summer Rae and Natalya.

  • Eddie Edwards

    LOL at the guy driving the sky jack

  • Mohammad hanif Lakhi

    Who is

  • Mohammad hanif Lakhi

    Who’s watching the ppv

  • Stoney

    I loved how Seth Rollins sold the cross rhodes.

  • Mohammad hanif Lakhi

    Anyone watching hell in a cell

  • BlazeKing

    “Maybe there *is* two bulls and one of them is Rey Mysterio!”

    Pure Genius JBL!

  • BlazeKing

    “Maybe there *is* two bulls and one of them is Rey Mysterio!”

    Pure Genius JBL!

  • Scottyo614

    First pay per view I’ve bought in a while and it’s been entertaining. Sure some filler, BUT Kane returned, Punk got to Heyman payoff, great tag match and summer rae looked better than I expected. With two big matches left I’m ready to see how this goes

  • Scottyo614

    Also nice touch on WWE having DB give props to the Miami crowd for helping get over yes

  • iwc

    ugh, I’m already sick of Cena and it’s only been a few minutes. not a happy camper. he needs 2 turn heel

    • Robert D Miller

      dam don’t be a simple ass your tired of a guy that’s been back 15 after being absent for 2 months and he comes back and rids us of one of the most pathetic title reigns of recent memory

      • JJ

        rids us of one of the most pathetic for one of the most boring…not really getting rid of anything for us.

        • Robert D Miller

          If the wwe got rid of all the boring talent there eouldnt be a wwe considering that what 80 percent of the roster at the moment

          • JJ

            How are you going to use rid in one way then assume I meant it another? come on use some common sense. Obviously by rid it meant not holding the title, AGAIN.

          • Robert D Miller

            Semantics my man since in my original post I never said I was Going to be happy with said title reign just replying to original post I would rathe have a boring title reign by cena then to have been subjected to one more day of a del rio reign which could only be compared to being waterboarded and drawn and quartered

  • BlazeKing

    Epic Survivor Series promo!

  • Stoney

    Once again the champ is here,putting an end to the most boring and uneventful title end of all time. Maybe the World Heavyweight will mean something again.

    • JJ

      with super cena carrying it..doubt it…put it on someone else already.

  • Stoney

    It took 19 years for Ric Flair to become a 16 time world heavyweight champion.
    John Cena has become a 14 time world heavyweight champion in the space of 8 and a half years

    • opie

      It’s pretty easy when you’re the top guy in a company with two world titles and a lack of main event guys…

      • Stoney

        And whose fault is that? No one in WWE has had a more prolonged push than John Cena, and when they push other guys they don’t push them all the way.

  • BlazeKing

    This backstage segment is just classic. Advertisement aside, it was pretty entertaining!

  • Kleck

    Shawn Michaels is the highest paid referee ever!

    • mike

      No id say mike Tyson, or for that matter, any “star” wCw had ref, was probably paid to the moon.

      • oppE&CtitlesBack

        Tyson was a “enforcer” not a guest ref…

      • oppE&CtitlesBack

        Tyson was a “enforcer” not a guest ref…

  • Fandom123

    Is anyone else a little tired of the same match between AJ and Brie, I think Brie has being doing a great job lately and is one of the only divas that can actually get a crowd going?

  • Venessia Singh Mitchell

    is the match wit bryan and orton finish?

  • Mr. Gray

    what a crappy ending to the orton/bryan match!!!!!

  • kingdook24

    Four PPVs.

    Summerslam… Bryan wins the WWE Championship, screwed by HHH.
    Night of Champions… Bryan wins the WWE Championship again, screwed by HHH on Raw.
    Battleground… no finish.
    Hell in the Cell… Bryan gets screwed again.

    Thank god I didn’t pay for any one of these PPVs because I’ve been upset with every main event finish. How can you push one of your main stars to the moon, but not all the way? What good comes with letting Orton win the WWE Championship again? What – so we can sit through ANOTHER Bryan/Orton match at Survivor Series? I seriously doubt that’s happening. I have seriously lost faith that WWE wants to push Bryan now. He’s chased for the title long enough – I only see this going three ways.

    1) Bryan has to face HHH to qualify for ANOTHER WWE Championship match
    2) Bryan faces the Authority to qualify for ANOTHER WWE Championship match in an Elimination style Survivor Series match
    or
    3) They take Bryan out the WWE title picture, still have him rival with the Authority, but save him contending for the title until the Royal Rumble, by having him win it.

    I can not sit through another Bryan/Orton match with them teasing Bryan winning only to screw him over.

    • Ryan

      or 4) Vince comes out tomorrow night with proof that HHH paid off Scott Armstrong to quick count and then lie about it at NOC and then blackmailed HBK into hitting DB with sweet chin music. Would explain the “just get off my back and let me do this” comment. DB gets another shot at Survivor Series and wins with Vince’s backing

    • David F.

      It will probably be Big Show v Randy Orton at Survivor Series and Daniel Bryan v Triple H. Bryan and Orton feud has gone on too long. Im also glad I didnt waste my money on this ppv. WWE needs to stop booking typical RAW matches on PPV.

    • Mr. Gray

      Bryan will win the title at survivor series. They will make it look like 1997. Bryan gets out of an Orton hold, go knock out HHH before he can call for the bell, put Orton in the YES! lock. DING! DING! DING! New WWE CHAMP!

    • Andy Williams

      Of corse he will get it in the end but why would they cut the hunt short when people are paying for tickets and ppvs to see him win. Its all gotten to boring now. I used to watch it for years. been watching it since 2000 then Cena showed up then everywhere you look there he is so I gave it up, started again a couple of years later and now there’s daniel bryan who is also everywhere so ive given up on it again. The writers need a kick in the ass and come up with something new rather than just pushing one wrestler each time

    • Andy Williams

      Of corse he will get it in the end but why would they cut the hunt short when people are paying for tickets and ppvs to see him win. Its all gotten to boring now. I used to watch it for years. been watching it since 2000 then Cena showed up then everywhere you look there he is so I gave it up, started again a couple of years later and now there’s daniel bryan who is also everywhere so ive given up on it again. The writers need a kick in the ass and come up with something new rather than just pushing one wrestler each time

  • WWEGOD

    The Orton/Bryan match was extremely predictable considering what happened last Monday’s RAW. I wish Orton would lose and Vince allow Bryan to go to another feud as Champ

  • mike

    Who does Bryan think he is? Putting your hands on WWE management? I’m glad hbk did the right thing, now he is a model employee! Age of Orton 2!!!

  • MonstaHeel450

    Hope this all ends at Survivor Series. Bryan vs. HHH. Winner Takes All. The Authority bit ends and everyone’s happy (sic)
    WE WANT PAIGE!! WE WANT PAIGE!! WE WANT PAIGE!! WE WANT PAAAIIGE!!!! Versus AJ. The only one who could stop her at this point. Hail The Queen!!

    • Cubed56

      Honestly I think it’s predictable, Bryan is out of the title picture but still feuds with HHH and steph and the rest of the corporation. Bryan wins the royal rumble, and wins the title at WM. While that would be great, it wouldn’t be as exciting with all the booking mistakes they’ve made with Bryan. If he wins it and isn’t screwed within 24 hours, it will be more like ok awesome that’s cool, but it could’ve been so much more had this storyline been done correctly the whole way through.

  • Cubed56

    I called it as soon as HBK was named the ref. I said he’d screw Bryan because HHH is like his brother, and blood is thicker then water. I’ll be interested too see where the storyline goes from here, but in all honesty it has become boring and predictable ever since NOC, they really need to do something epic to get the momentum it had when it first began. Onto Cena, really he wins? Shocker. I give him props, he’s the hardest worker in the business hands down, but this is truly an example of him holding others down. Sure del rio was boring, and cena adds prestige to the WHC, but what does it say about the rest if the roster when he misses almost 3 months and wins a title his first match back. I don’t mind him beating del rio, but let Sandow cash in. This would give Sandow a legit feud to help build a star by feuding with cena, and even though he’s not champ, the WHC would still gain prestige by just having cena in a feud for that strap.

    • MonstaHeel450

      Tune in tomorrow at Raw for that one, Cubed. Sandow could cash in anytime.

      • Cubed56

        True, but now they have to worry about SuperCena looking weak, it would’ve made sense tonight, first match back, it was pretty physical he’s got a repaired arm that was worked over by del rio, have del rio lock the arm bar in after the match Sandow cashes in on a one arm cena, bang cena saves face new WHC and a way to build a star in Sandow by feuding with cena

    • Xavier

      Cena isn’t holding ish down, last I recall Cena put over Bryan clean as a whistle at Summerslam then shook his hand after the match, then went out on RAW the next night and put Bryan over again on the mic then handed him the mic and walked out of the ring giving Bryan his spotlight. He put your boy Punk over in a big way in 2011, remember that?. Don’t blame Cena for WWE creatives lack of direction of certain wrestlers. Cena has nothing to do with that, Cena is no Hogan, Bischoff, Nash, when it comes to backstage politics.

      • Cubed56

        Lol, I was waiting for your response. But how do you know others don’t work as hard as him, cause I sure don’t. It appears he does, cause wwe gives him more publicity then anyone. Yes he does more make a wish hands down, but any of those guys would do just as much if they were requested. Other then make a wish, if u ever watch DVDs or watch behind the scenes stuff they all do just as much promotional work. No doubt cena works hard, but how can u say guys like Bryan, Rhodes, punk, Ziggler, Cesaro, all three members of the Sheild, Sheamus, show, miz, and more don’t work as hard without actually knowing. I agree some go about it the wrong way via social media or radio but to say they don’t work as hard is a joke. Cena is the golden boy and will get whatever he wants and you know it, sure he’s put people over, so have a lot of others but you know he’s buried people or held them down too. This will obviously come off as I hate cena, I don’t. Yes, I’m not a fan, but it’s really not cause he’s the top guy, or his character is bland, it’s because I honestly don’t see him helping contribute to building the future of the wwe as far as in ring product is concerned. In his recent comeback video, he said he doesn’t blame a portion of the audience for being complacent, but he’s not gonna change who he is, really? What happened the gangsta white boy who was badass and didn’t give a crap who was actually unpredictable? He became a corporate brown nose yes man. Can’t say I blame him, it’s made him millions, but like all those that put him over and made him a megastar and ensured product success in the future, it’s time he starts doing some of that himself.

        • Xavier

          How can you say he’s not helping contribute to the future of this business when he just put Bryan over clean. He put Punk over huge in 2011. He put Sheamus over clean in 2009. Lost to Edge in 06 propelling Edge into the top heel act in the company in 2006. Lost to RVD at ONO. RVD smoked that title run away (how’s that Cena’s fault?) Wade Barrett was at his most over when feuding with Cena. Let me ask you this, what did Bruno, Backlund, Hogan or Austin do for the future of the business that Cena hasn’t? So he’s a brown nose because he’s successful, c’mon man lol. Who has he held down?

          • Cubed56

            All those guys you mentioned were already over, he didn’t take guys from mid card to upper card, superstar material ever accept Sheamus I’ll give u that, but Sheamus did a lot to get over by himself also and believe it or not HHH played a huge role in Sheamus getting over. He affected Ryder by getting involved in his angle, hurt the miz by having to have the rock rock bottom him to lose at WM to miz. He could’ve helped establish del rio tonight, instead of him being bland, if he allows del rio to win, maybe people actually start to get behind him positive or negative either way it’s better then the non reaction he gets now. Sandow could’ve cashed in and cemented himself as main eventer, but let’s be honest he would’ve beaten him at the next PPV, returning him to the mid card, or would have to lose dirty not allowing any credibility to be built by Sandow. He single handedly took out the shield and the nexus when they were white hot, so yes he helped push them a bit, but he was also the start of them coming back down. As far as Bruno and backlund, I’m to young to have really seen them work so I can’t speak for them. Yes hogan didn’t help people a whole lot, but he made wrestling mainstream allowing a lot of the success we’ve seen through the years, and Austin was the face of the revolution that brought wrestling back from damn near non relevance and helped win a battle to save the company that cena now works for ensuring product success and cenas own success. There was also other big stars during Austin’s time, so he didn’t have to put a lot of others over to make stars, there already were other stars. Today there is maybe 3 stars, and only one megastar. Cena can help with that. Put some people over, and then go on to actually lose the feud creating a star. Name a feud that cena has loss other then punk ever. And how many times did he actually let punk go over clean in there feud other then MITB.

          • Xavier

            Okay, fair enough. So is fair for me to say that Punk buried Axel & Ryback tonight? I mean, if Punk would of lost to Axel clean or Ryback clean he could of really helped established them, see I can play that blame game to :-) If a superstar. BTW, who has Punk ever helped elevate that was in the midcard? Oh and BTW, Austin is the guy who walked out of the company because he didn’t wanna put Lesnar over. Rock, Mick Foley & Kurt Angle got over without any help from Austin whatsoever. People like Bret Hart & Vince helped put Austin over in a huge way but Austin never returned the favor to anyone.Oh and Hogan had a big hand in burying WCW, and he refused to pass the torch to Bret Hart in 93. Bruno lost one match clean in about 15 years, was pretty much the same thing with Backlund. They held back everybody also lol.

            If I can recall, The Shield is still pretty hot. And Bryan has beatin the Shield way more times then Cena ever has. In fact he was the 1st to beat them. I don’t recall when Cena ever beat the Shield 1 on 3 or when he beat Nexus in a 1 on 7 match.

          • Xavier

            Okay, fair enough. So is fair for me to say that Punk buried Axel & Ryback tonight? I mean, if Punk would of lost to Axel clean or Ryback clean he could of really helped established them, see I can play that blame game to :-) If a superstar. BTW, who has Punk ever helped elevate that was in the midcard? Oh and BTW, Austin is the guy who walked out of the company because he didn’t wanna put Lesnar over. Rock, Mick Foley & Kurt Angle got over without any help from Austin whatsoever. People like Bret Hart & Vince helped put Austin over in a huge way but Austin never returned the favor to anyone.Oh and Hogan had a big hand in burying WCW, and he refused to pass the torch to Bret Hart in 93. Bruno lost one match clean in about 15 years, was pretty much the same thing with Backlund. They held back everybody also lol.

            If I can recall, The Shield is still pretty hot. And Bryan has beatin the Shield way more times then Cena ever has. In fact he was the 1st to beat them. I don’t recall when Cena ever beat the Shield 1 on 3 or when he beat Nexus in a 1 on 7 match.

          • Cubed56

            Cena was the last man remaining in an elimination tag on smackdown, it was a 3 on 1 situation, he eliminated Rollins and reigns, locked Ambrose in the stf, then he was attacked by reigns and Rollins and won by dq, so yes he single handedly beat them 3 on 1. He didn’t beat nexus but he did take a majority of them out individually. Your right about Austin, I forgot about him walking out, a better example would’ve been the rock, he put a lot of people over, including going under to lesnar making him the youngest champ at the time. As far as punk, axel was buried before he ever did anything with punk. Ryback I agree with you, he didn’t bury him last night as he’s a lost cause also, but he did at last years HIAC. He was in the midst of the 434 day title reign though. That’s not an excuse, but would it have really made sense to strap Ryback for him to drop it to rock at the royal rumble since that was the plan for rock to win it there anyway regardless who the champ was? Don’t get me wrong bro, I hope you aren’t taking personal, I don’t disagree with stuff you say, you know I think are back and forths are some of the best on this site. You have to agree though cena could help make some stars, especially at this stage of his career. I’ll say the same about punk, but at least punk changes it up and differs himself, can you think of any bug name guy that has gone under more then punk over the last year?

          • Xavier

            Nah you good bro, I haven’t taking any of this personal. I’ve never mined people disagreeing with me or debating with me as long as they don’t take shots a me. That’s why I enjoy our back & forths, same with Jesse, Big M, Kendra & Smark Calloway. I respect all your guys’ opinions ad enjoy the RAW watch parties as much as I enjoy RAW itself. And I agree Cena could help create future stars. But I don’t he’s burying people, and I don’t think Cena losing to ADR would of been the right call at all. ADR isn’t connecting with fans, and a win over Cena wouldn’t change that IMO and as far as Sandow goes I agree I would of loved to have seen him cash in but is that really Cena’s fault or was that Vince’s call to save it for another day? Look at it this way, when the top guy loses clean it’s suppose to be a epic moment, imagine if Cena was losing to guys like Carlito, Chris Masters & Lashley clean in 06/07 like everyone wanted him to, would that have been the right call considering that those guys aren’t even with the company anymore, if Cena was losing to midcard guys clean on a B show PPV would the Cena/Bryan match have been as big of a deal as it was or would it have been something similar to Jericho putting someone over with the fans barely reacting? And if you ask guys like Miz, Big E, Ryder, Cody Rhodes & Sheamus they’ll be the 1st to tell you that Cena went out of his way backstage to take them under his wing. Cena is the top guy so of course he’s not going to lose most of the time but is that because he’s burying people or is that just the The McMahons (rather it’s Vince Sr or Vince Jr) have always booked their #1 guy? People don’t realize this but Cena has lost more matches CLEAN as the top guy then Bruno, Backlund, Hogan & Austin have combined when they were the top faces. And I certainly agree with everything you said about The Rock. He’s probably put more people over then any other top name in this industry in such a short amount of time. And I agree with everything you said about Punk, and I don’t think Punk should be losing to guys like Axel either because Axel isn’t connecting on any level with fans either so it really does no good at this point because Axel is beyond saving.

          • Manny

            U do realized its staged and a ruse it entertainment

          • Xavier

            Nah really?? I had no idea, well I guess the snake is out of the bag. How did all of us miss that after all these years, I would of never thought. I feel like my whole life has been one big lie now, what are you gonna tell me next that Santa isn’t real.

  • Stephen Cash

    In my opinion it was wrong for Bryan to take the title of Orton in the first place, and tonight WWE got it right. Bryan should move on to fued with HHH or HBK and come back to take the title off Orton when Vince comes back to back him. I think the ending was perfect. If Orton would have just pinned Bryan it would have killed his character, and if Bryan won it would be a waste because HHH could just strip him the next night. Orton should be WWE champion by storyline purposes.

  • Navin T. Ramkissoon

    I knew that Bryan was not going to leave with the belt but I was hoping that they could have done it without any involvement from HBK. I hope this does not lead to an in ring return for him. Even though I am a fan I want Shawn to honor his word and remained retired. The Tag Team Title Match Stole The Show as I thought it would. All 6 Guys Brought Their A Game and I tip my hat to them. I did not really care to see Summer Rae and Khali wrestle. I hope Kane comes back with a vicious streak that sees him take out everyone in his path be it face or heel. Big E gave a good account of himself in his match with Ambrose. I do think he may get a rematch tomorrow night possibly. Punk and Ryback was brutal and Punk assaulting Heyman on the top of the cell was a sight to behold. Cena winning was a 99.99 percent and it was a 100 percent chance that Sandow was not going to cash in once Cena went over clean. I am glad that AJ retained. She should only drop the belt to Naomi or Tamina when 1 of them turns on the other ( I was going to say Natalya too but after tonight I realise how little confidence WWE has in her). The Main Event Was Good But the ending was disappointing and I hope it is cleared up tommorow on Raw with the fallout from Hell in a Cell

  • Navin T. Ramkissoon

    And I loved the video package that they did at the beginning of the PPV. It was very well done .

  • WyFo

    HHH keeps on digging, but no matter how far down he buries Bryan, Bryan always comes back.

  • J Sal

    So I take it Big Show couldn’t afford a ticket to HIAC? WWE’s really selling that broke angle, aren’t they?

    • David Loewen

      Given that he wasn’t there because of a supposed restraining order, him buying a ticket and getting in wouldn’t have made any sense for the storyline.

  • oppE&CtitlesBack

    trip climbing the cage and acting like Vince back when he was feuding with Austin, was a dead give away to a Orton win by dirty finish, a clean Orton win could have progressed the storyline in new direction rather then going to the well with the “screwed over again” approach, hell a DB win and and cele in trips face would keep the feud going with a entertaining twist.

  • Malboja

    How many times has cena been champ now ?

    • Andy Williams

      far too many times

  • Guest

    michals u have are a cheater

  • Guest

    shawn u r a cheater

  • Chenna Kesavagoud

    shawn u r a cheater. u had not followed the refree rules

  • Regularshowsawesome

    I hate HHH & Randy Orton

  • opie

    Why am I seeing Survivor Series going down without a one-on-one WWE championship match right now?

  • Justin

    WOW, DB was screwed again. How original…

  • Robert D Miller

    dam mick foley gets no love in poll really?? only person that should have gotten more than him was undertaker as their battle epitomized the term “HELL IN A CELL “

    • John

      Hell in a cell is definitely not what it used to be, like back when Undertaker and Mick squared off in it.

  • Leanne

    Getting a bit pissed off that HHH keeps screwing over Daniel . Getting boring now

  • amirthalingam28

    dont watch wwe best for us…., these guys always say best for business ., repeating the same thing again again making us bored…. waste of time..,,, watch wwe best for waste time

  • eskymi

    Well to show how much I dislike Orton, I am excited that Cena is Champion and maybe they’ll stick him in the spotlight and focus less on the “face” of WWE Orton.

    Orton is dull as dishwater…well that is an insult, dishwater can be pretty exciting at some points.

    Shame that Bryan lost again. Sadly it getting where it happens so much that even when he does WIN the belt people will be prepared for a screwjob so it’ll be like…Oh well, he won, but how will they take the belt from him. So the anticipation and excitement for him winning is over. You watch, the YES chants and cheering will die down. People will start losing interest as he is losing the big matches.

  • Daydaydamack

    Bryan vs the corporation, punk vs orton, bryan wins rumble, punk wins title from orton, punk vs bryan for the title wrestlemania mainevent

  • MyBrokenKnees

    That’s it I’m done with WWE for a while now!

    • Danny_Boy

      Quit crying. You’ll be watching tonight. Yo have nothing else going on in your sad pathetic life at the moment so you’ll be glued to the TV at 7 as always

  • Eugene

    That was dumb from what Shawn

  • Eugene

    Did

  • Eugene

    How dumb is he

  • Chris

    So once again ‘two strikes’ Orton has the gold. Are they that unwilling to belt someone who doesn’t fit the mold that they belt a man who gets caught one more time and they have to fire him

    • JJ

      you’re delusional if you think, even with another strike, they’d really fire him. They’d just downgrade him again.

      • Chris

        I don’t think there own rules allow them to do anything but, not without drawing more heat on the company than orton is worth. Of course if he may never be caught again

  • Mike Love

    I don’t care if Cena is a 14-time World Champion; if you’ve won it 14 times, you’ve lost it 14 times.

  • Chris

    I’ll admit it, I posted before seeing the wwe title match (work getting in the way) as the thought of two strikes orton getting the title just set me off. Now I’ve seen the match and damn if that wasn’t fantastic with both of them coming off looking strong and the reason for the sweet chin music a little bit in the air. Yes not the result we want with the wwe title looking further away from Bryan’s hands than ever and hhh starting to really be annoying with constantly being out there but it was far superior to the last ppv

  • DisappointedFan

    The tag team match and CM Punk’s were the best, other than that what a waste! Seriously didn’t WWE think that after screwing Daniel over so many times people would lose interest??

  • tonyhost

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