WWE Hell In A Cell 2012

October 31, 2012 by  

WWE Hell In A Cell 2012, This past Sunday’s WWE Hell in a Cell 2012 results had many fans feeling a bit upset over the finish in the Ryback vs. CM Punk match. However, it appears that the “Big Hungry” will get another chance to get his hands on CM Punk. Unfortunately this time, it will not be for the WWE Championship, almost indicating Ryback is out of the picture?

The WWE Raw results showed a new Survivor Series matchup was revealed on Monday night, about 24 hours after the Pay-Per-View had ended with Ryback getting screwed over by a crooked referee. Ryback still got some degree of revenge, hitting his move on Punk on top of the Hell in a Cell structure, but as fans know he wants more. Bring in the “Hardcore Legend” Mick Foley to help feed him more.

On Raw, Foley confronted Punk about how he “weaseled” out of his cell match with Ryback, although Punk continued to defend himself saying he had nothing to do with what the referee did in the match. Nonetheless, Foley contended that Punk needs to prove himself, and what was set up in the process was a traditional Survivor Series match. That’s where two teams of five competitors will fight until one team is completely eliminated, leaving a winner, or winners on the other team.

So it will be Team Foley vs. Team Punk. Foley brought in five superstars, and let Punk know he won’t be competing in the match. Instead, fighting on his behalf is Ryback. He’s joined by Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, Kane, and Kofi Kingston. The opposing side, chosen by Punk’s manager Paul Heyman, features The Miz, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, Alberto Del Rio, and Punk. Basically, it is a rematch of proportions involving multiple guys who were in Hell in a Cell matches for titles.

The odd part of this scenario is that many people expected John Cena would be facing CM Punk for his WWE Championship at Survivor Series in a singles match. Instead, Cena is dealing with this AJ Lee affair scandal, that Vickie Guerrero continues to go after. It’s odd that Cena has been taken out of the title picture, although quite possibly WWE is playing it safe with their superstar. Maybe they want him healthy for the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania, so they’re limiting what he does in terms of matches for the remainder of the year? Either way, Cena went from contender to part of a bizarre affair scandal, that not a lot of fans want to really concern themselves with. It’s possible he’ll face Dolph Ziggler at the Pay-Per-View, based on their recent incidents in the ring.

As for Ryback, it’s also strange that Vince McMahon has not reacted to that crooked ref costing him a title match. One would think that since Mr. McMahon was the one who set the Hell in a Cell match up to try to get back at Punk, that he would have a keen interest in making sure he gets another fair shot. Then again, it’s never been Vince’s M.O. to avoid cheating to get what he wanted in the past either.

So stay tuned in November as Ryback finally gets a chance to score a pinfall on the champion, but not win the championship. Just make sure Brad Maddox isn’t the referee and Team Foley is likely to come out victorious.

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