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Rumor Roundup (Oct. 25, 2014): CM Punk WWE problems, Undertaker WrestleMania match, Hell in a Cell, more!

Speculating on the rumors surrounding pro wrestling is a favored pastime of many fans, perhaps second only to actually watching the matches. In this daily column, we take a look at the latest rumors being churned out by the pro wrestling rumor mill.

Important reminder: Rumors are just that -- rumors. None of this has been confirmed as legitimate news or fact, it's just circulating around the pro wrestling rumor mill. Remember, take it all with a grain of salt.

Rumors for the Day:

  • It's been a while since we've had a CM Punk rumor, but over the past week it would seem relations between Punk and WWE are at an all time low and we shouldn't be surprised if the company starts going to even greater lengths to avoid mentioning his name in any way on television.
  • Regarding Undertaker having a role in NXT and working with developmental talent, it's still expected he'll miss WrestleMania 31 at this point but a proper retirement match at WrestleMania 32 is still a possibility.
  • The word going around is Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins will happen early at Hell in a Cell and John Cena vs. Randy Orton will close the show. However, Rollins and Ambrose could both be getting involved in the main event.
  • Hoping this one is true: Word is there's a possibility The Wyatt Family appears in some capacity at Hell in a Cell, though what for isn't even being hinted at.
  • For whatever it's worth, there are some claiming TNA has signed a new TV deal and it just hasn't been announced yet. We shall see.

If you have heard of any interesting rumors that you'd like to add, feel free to post them in the comments section below. Just remember they are rumors and not confirmed as fact, so please take them as such. Have fun with it.

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