或许这就是我近1年来越发respect John Cena的原因！！！！！！！
Alberto Del Rio挂在John Cena手里，值了！
John Cena feels his Miami bad luck changing with return at WWE Hell in a Cell
Posted on Friday, 10.25.13
By Jim Varsallone
Two days before the AmericanAirlines Arena holds a ring ceremony fit for a king, its court will be the site for another coronation, crowning a WWE champion…hopefully.
Cena returns to challenge South Florida’s Alberto Del Rio for the World title.
“This one has just been about me getting back healthy,” Cena said. “Because I haven’t had a match in eight weeks, I really just want to be as strong and as ready to go as possible. When you’re in the element everyday and you can really be around your competition, that’s when you can come up with breaking it down a little more with your opponent.
“This will essentially be like the first game of the season for me. It just so happens to be with all the importance of the last game of a season. I’m really excited to be back, and I really think this Sunday is going to be special, and hopefully, I can shake that Miami jinx.”
Del Rio, a Mexican aristocrat and skilled wrestler who does a good job combining the American and lucha styles, is a four-time champion in WWE (two WWE title reigns and twice with the World title).
“Anyone who can be a champion at our level deserves respect,” Cena said. “I tend not to be the guy who runs everybody down because I’ve had my share of wins and my share of loses…You can’t ignore the fact he’s the World heavyweight champion.”
John Cena will make his return from injury, challenging Alberto Del Rio for the World title during WWE’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.