Is John Cena cursed by Hell in a Cell?

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October 23, 2013

John Cena has a problem. No, not the surgically repaired left triceps that kept him on the disabled list for the last couple of months. And not the affluent fellow with the fancy scarves and fancier accent who’ll defend his World Heavyweight Championship against the Cenation leader this Sunday at Hell in a Cell. No, John Cena’s biggest problem is that his first match back — as momentous a comeback as has ever been planned — happens to fall on his own personal Black Sunday: The WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.

Cena’s dominance has grown into something of a legend even while the 13-time World Champion’s career still chugs along. Yet in his three-and-a-half (we’ll explain) trips to WWE Hell in a Cell, the Cenation leader has put up a goose egg in terms of victories. That’s more than an anomaly, and more than a coincidence. That’s a trend. And with a make-or-break match approaching — a win could set the tone for the next phase of Cena’s career; a loss could cut him off at the knees before he even gets going — it’s one that has to hang heavy over the once, and perhaps future, Champ’s head.

Before Cena makes his potentially grand return, WWE.com looks back at his ignominious record at WWE Hell in a Cell … and what it may mean for his future.

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