WWE round-up: Jack Swagger could be Alberto Del Rio's next opponent

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Del Rio vs Jack Swagger

Alberto Del Rio only won the United States Championship at Hell in a Cell last week, but his next opponent is already close to being named if you believe certain reports.

It’s claimed that Jack Swagger is the man looking likely to face Del Rio, with the WWE looking at its options with regards to filling the void left by John Cena until December.

Swagger confronted Del Rio and his former manager Zeb Colter on Monday night. We’ll have to wait to see how that one pans out, though.

Cena return

Elsewhere, keeping Cena firmly fixed in our mind’s eye, it’s now said that he won’t be returning to fight Sheamus at the December 26 show in Madison Square Garden.

Don’t panic, Cena will still be there, only he’ll be facing off against Del Rio, not Sheamus. The match will give him the chance to win back the US Title though it’s by no means a certainty that he will.

Rollins sustains injury

Lastly, Seth Rollins has suffered what some fear may be a serious knee injury during a show in Dublin as part of the WWE’s ongoing tour of the UK.

As of yet it’s unsure exactly what went wrong during Rollins’ match with Demon Kane, although judging from pictures and videos uploaded to Twitter it’s hardly expected to be good news.


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