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Hulk Hogan to Return on Tonight’s WWE Raw

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WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan is reported to be returning to the ring tonight on RAW, which will broadcast live from Kansas City, Missouri at the Spring Centre. No word if Hulk Hogan will compete or even why he will be present.

This will serve as the final Raw for the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view this weekend, which is expected to be headlined by Randy Orton taking on John Cena in a Hell in a Cell match. This will be the 2nd Hell in a Cell match between the two, where Orton previously defeated Cena in the first meeting by punting the former champion.

Photo Courtesy Randy Orton WWE Facebook Page
(Photo Courtesy Randy Orton WWE Facebook Page)


Serving as the co-main event will likely be “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose taking on “Mr. Money in the Bank” Seth Rollins in a cell as well. Seth Rollins and Ambrose’s rivalry has heated since Rollins started Smackdown by saying that Ambrose would be left in a sweaty mess at Hell in a Cell. Ambrose defeated Ziggler in smackdown with a second curb stomp in a week for the victory. Dean Ambrose made his way to the ring to cut his celebration short and declare that he was going to rip Ambrose’s face off at Hell in a Cell. This highly anticipated bout will likely come close to the end of the card.

Recently added to the PPV is a women’s title match between AJ Lee and Paige. The pair have feuded since the Raw following WrestleMania 30 where Paige stole the belt from A.J. Lee. This match could serve as the finish to their rivalry.

Tonight’s Raw main event will be John Cena and Dean Ambrose joining forces once more to take on Authority members Kane, Seth Rollins and Randy Orton.

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