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– There was a ton of destruction in the main event of Hell in a Cell, especially towards the end when Brock Lesnar returned to WWE. After the show, Dave Meltzer stated on the Wrestling Observer Radio how the finish was not put together last minute. In fact, WWE planned on Lesnar getting involved for several weeks.

This will lead to Lesnar wrestling at the WWE show from Saudi Arabia on November 2. As for an opponent, that’s were it gets interesting. Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman would be the leading candidates considering how things went down inside the Cell last night. But as of now, Reigns is set to team with his fellow Shield brothers (Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose) against Strowman, Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre. That sort of leaves Lesnar in limbo and we can’t forget “The Beast” still has a Universal Championship rematch clause. WWE could always scratch the six person tag as cards are subject to change.

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As for Lesnar and the UFC, nothing has changed. The idea is for Lesnar to take on UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier in early 2019. That match has the potential to be one of the highest selling pay per views in UFC history; which is something Lesnar is accustomed to accomplishing.

Hell in a Cell opened with Jeff Hardy and Randy Orton going to war. They used the Cell, anything under the ring and even personal attire as weapons. The finish saw Hardy reach the top of the Cell before crashing and burning through an empty table. Per WWE storylines, Hardy was taken to the hospital as he was coughing up blood.

Orton walked out the victor and didn’t need a stretcher like Hardy, but he must be in pain today. After the match, Orton posted several graphic photos; showing the injuries his body sustained inside Hell in a Cell.


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