MONDAY NIGHT RAW
John Cena was really looking forward to punishing his longtime tormentor, Wade Barrett. Instead, the Englishman arranged a Gauntlet Match featuring the members of The Nexus against Cena. With little choice, Cena agreed and methodically proceeded to muscle his way through Heath Slater, David Otunga and Michael Tarver. Before he could polish off Justin Gabriel though, Nexus charged the ring, pummeling Cena and allowing him to win by disqualification.
After the bout, Cena rampaged against the band of outlaws, sending them scurrying up the entrance ramp. After The Nexus’ retreat, Cena proposed a challenge of his own to the group’s leader: The two of them one-on-one when Hell in a Cell takes place inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Before consenting, though, Barrett proposed that were he to win, Cena must join The Nexus. Cena agreed, but only on one condition: If he were to win, The Nexus must disband. The Englishman reluctantly agreed as the two men narrowed their eyes on one another, eager to end their hostilities once and for all within the confines of the Devil’s Playground.
John Cena and Wade Barrett agreed to a match at Hell in a Cell
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