- To promote Hell in a Cell on Oct. 28, WWE.com asked Superstars to give their thoughts on what hell means to them.
Dolph Ziggler states, “Being stuck in the middle seat of a plane ride overseas, with a large person who should have purchased two seats on one side and a screaming baby on the other. I don’t like people talking loudly, crying or sweating on me. That would be a horrific experience for me, aka my hell.”
Ziggler’s manager, Vickie Guerrero, adds, “Hell? (laughs) It’s a place where AJ Lee plays in her playground.”
Tyson Kidd states, “Well, definitely being stuck in a bizarre world where I compete against Yoshi Tatsu every day and then having to listen to Michael Cole’s commentary while I workout and travel.”
Also offering their thoughts are World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus, United States Champion Antonio Cesaro, Drew McIntyre and Johnny Curtis. The article is available here.
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