WWE returns to where ‘Yes’ took off at Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena

 

jvarsallone@miamiherald.com

Things continue to get interesting in WWE with Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, The Shield, Big Show, the Rhodes family and WWE’s Power Couple Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

So what will occur when the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view is live in South Florida on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.

Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena is where it all started for Daniel Bryan. “Yes. Yes. Yes.”

Thousands of fans at the AAA for a Raw Supershow the night after WrestleMania 28 in Miami exploded, chanting “Daniel Bryan” and “Yes” throughout Raw. Fans were annoyed Bryan lost the World title to Sheamus in just seconds in their WrestleMania 28 match. So fans around the world sided with Bryan via social media and then at Raw the following night in Miami. It was grande.

Bryan and “Yes” are stronger than ever these days, and the goat-faced troll is one of the top superstars on the roster, main eventing and vying for WWE gold.

Fans love him, and love chanting, “Yes.”

No need to Fear the Beard when WWE Hell in a Cell is in Miami. Just buy the T-shirt.

• WWE Hell in a Cell is the first pay-per-view at the AAA since WWE’s Survivor Series in November 2010.

The AAA is a long-time host of WWE events including the first SmackDown of 2013, the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony during WrestleMania Week in 2012, the Raw after WrestleMania in 2012 and the Rock’s birthday on Raw in 2011.

Tickets are sale via TicketMaster outlets, online and by phone as well as at the AAA box office. Keep posted at http://www.wwe.com/events.

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