John Cena, Shawn Michaels return to WWE for Hell in a Cell pay-per-view in Miami

 

After being sidelined with an arm injury, John Cena makes a return to WWE just in time for the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.

Cena challenges South Florida’s Alberto Del Rio for the World title as announced by SmackDown GM Vickie Guerrero.

In the main event, Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton battle for the vacant WWE title in Hell in a Cell. HBK Shawn Michaels, who trained Bryan and is friends with Triple H, is the guest referee.

The Hell in a Cell is a 24-foot-high roofed cell (enclosed steel cage) structure surrounding the ring and ringside area. In a Hell in a Cell match, there are no disqualifications or countouts (also no escape). It’s also a good way to prevent outside interference like what occurred at Battleground.

The only way to win Hell in a Cell is by pinfall or submission inside the ring.

In a special attraction, CM Punk faces Ryback with the maestro of the mouthpiece Paul Heyman.

And more.

• Miami is the gateway to the Americas, and the AAA is a long-time host of WWE events also 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.

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

WWE Hell in a Cell tickets are on 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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