Hell in a Cell predictions
Skysports.com forecasts the outcome of Sunday's pay-per-view
By James Coyle. Last Updated: 28/09/09 10:17am
Cena and Orton set to go again
Ahead of the pay-per-view extravaganza, skysports.com got the views of James Coyle on what he believes will happen.
WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match
John Cena vs Randy Orton
At Breaking Point, I predicted that John Cena would come out on top against Randy Orton and that proved to be the case. On this occasion, I'm going for Cena to make his first title defence a successful one.
The Viper put Cena through sheer hell a few weeks back in their "I Quit" bout, but failed to capitalise on it. Cena doesn't have experience of Hell in a Cell matches, but I think he will see off Orton's best efforts at regaining the championship in this encounter.
World Heavyweight Championship Hell in a Cell Match
CM Punk vs The Undertaker
The Undertaker has been incensed since he was screwed out of the World Heavyweight Championship at Breaking Point by both CM Punk and general manager Teddy Long. The Deadman got his revenge on manager Long after he admitted it was a pre-planned plot to stop him from winning the championship. This time around I think CM Punk will also get his comeuppance and fall short of the mark against The Deadman.
Hell in a Cell Match
D-Generation X vs The Legacy
This is a feud I have enjoyed watching progress over the last month or so and am looking forward to watching this Sunday inside Hell in a Cell. D-Generation X must surely be the favourites here but they won't find it easy against The Legacy, who recently proved at Breaking Point that they are a force to be reckoned with after they defeated Team DX in a submissions count anywhere match.
Triple H and Michaels will be out to avenge that said defeat, and with their combined experience of Hell in a Cell matches, I think that will see them through in this contest.
Also on the Card
Unified Tag Team Champions Chris Jericho and The Big Show will face their toughest test yet in the form of The Animal Batista and 6-1-9 superstar Rey Mysterio. In this one I'm going for the experience of Jericho and The Big Show to shine through, which would lead to them successfully retaining their belts.
Kofi Kingston will put his United States Championship on the line against Jack Swagger and The Miz in a Triple Threat Match and with the young upcoming talent on show here, this could very well turn out to be the match of the night. I am a huge fan of Kingston's and would tend to give him a vote of confidence but on this occasion I believe he will lose the championship to Jack Swagger.
The Intercontinental Champion John Morrison will defend his title against Dolph Zigger in what should be another exciting contest. I have spent some time debating over who will come out on top in this one and in the end I've opted for Morrison to retain. Ziggler has been unlucky on previous occasions against former champion Rey Mysterio, and even though I believe he has the goods to defeat Morrison, I doubt it will happen this Sunday.
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