WWE round-up: John Cena could return on December 13 in Boston

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Cena's return pencilled

The dust has barely settled on John Cena’s planned two-month sabbatical from the WWE and reports are already speculating that he could be back ahead of time.

The latest rumour is that Cena might return on December 13 for a potential rematch with new United States champion Alberto Del Rio.

The Mexican beat Cena at Hell in a Cell last weekend and there are few better ways for the latter to make his return than at the pay-per-view in Boston.

Del Rio's contract

Meanwhile, it appears Cena’s conqueror - that’s right, the aforesaid Del Rio - is on course to receive a very handsome sum indeed for making his return to the organisation.

The most recent Wrestling Observer Newsletter says he’s in line to earn over $1.4million on the downside guarantee of his WWE contract.

That’s fairly surprising given the fact that stars - with the obvious exception of full-time main eventers - are usually kept to strict $1million deals.

New tag-team born?

Lastly, Sheamus and King Barrett could be about to make inroads into the WWE’s tag-team division, with it being rumoured that the pair might be in line to be thrust together in a bid to spice things up.

It’s said that they’re considered a tag-team already in some quarters, with both men searching for more time in the spotlight. It could well be a move that benefits both parties.

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