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WWE News: John Cena Being Considered To Compete At Hell In A Cell

Wrestlezone.com is reporting the following:

 John Cena‘s elbow is said to be completely healed.

Cena appeared on WWE programming this past week with no brace on the elbow. We’ve learned since then, another medical test has revealed his elbow is doing even better. This has led to talk backstage of getting him physically involved during Hell in a Cell.

No word yet on if he would be inserted into a match or just given a spot, but sources tell us this positive medical news has opened up new options for WWE in booking the pay-per-view.

WWE officials will be delighted Cena has managed to make a full recovery, while we could speculate if not guarantee some will be frustrated at the fact they’ve lost what would have been a high-profiled match between Cena and CM Punk for the WWE Championship, inside Hell in a Cell.

What will be interesting is whether or not Cena will feature in the WWE Championship match, considering he and Punk have managed to continue their feud with minimal physical contact, also fitting Ryback into the equation. There are many hypothetical possibilities where Cena could feature, whether it be interference or otherwise.

WWE have plugged Cena to address the situation involving himself and AJ Lee during the pre-show, which begins a half-hour before the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on WWE.com and WWE’s YouTube channel, if they were to feature Cena in an actual match on the card, one would presume they’d announce it then.

Another question many will asking, is if the latest chapter in the feud between CM Punk and John Cena will continue post-Hell in a Cell, with Cena embroiled in the fiasco which merited the firing of AJ Lee as RAW General Manager last Monday night.

One rumor making the rounds, is the possible and highly anticipated return of “Nature Boy” Ric Flair this coming Monday night, who is also rumored to be a candidate for the position of RAW General Manager, with Vickie Guerrero holding the interim role.

Vickie has promised to provide proof that the meeting between John Cena and AJ was not just a “business meeting” and that AJ’s firing was warranted, whether or not it is, John Cena may have issues to deal with before Monday night, especially if the following report is validated.

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  • Alden_Heathcliffe

    A feud with Ziggler might be nice, provided Ziggler gets a few TV wins.

  • SiD

    I think Cena will face Dolph, or cost Punk the title.