Alberto Del Rio makes sensational WWE return against John Cena at Hell in a Cell

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The WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view was last night and it didn't disappoint.

We finally got a clean ending to the feud between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker, which provided an excellent main event match inside the steel structure, while Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and New Day all managed to retain their titles.

Del Rio Returns

The biggest shock of the night came in the opening match, as Alberto Del Rio made an incredible and completely unseen return to the WWE.


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As John Cena announced his open challenge for the United States championship, Jack Swagger's music hit and out came Zeb Colter. As you can imagine, a collective groan rang around the World as we expected the return of Swagger.

The New Champ

Thankfully, Colter introduced Del Rio and the Mexican superstar went on to beat Cena clean and win the title from the 'Hustle, Loyalty and Respect' star who is taking the next two months off, for whatever reason.

In what has to go down as a bizarre turn of events, Del Rio managed to beat Cena in just seven minutes, which seems absolutely insane.

Cena has been having incredible matches with everyone over the last few months during the course of his open challenge, kicking out of multiple finishers from rivals and having epic 20-minute long encounters.

It will be interesting to see where Del Rio and Zeb Colter go from here. They both played faces last night as ADR was returning, but hopefully they become heels again, roles which they are both best suited to.


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