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5 booking decisions WWE should avoid at Hell in a Cell 2016

WWE Hell in a Cell is on the horizon. There are some booking decisions that WWE should avoid if they want to make it memorable.

Roman Reigns will enter the Cell for the second time, while Rusev steps inside for the first time ever.

It’s almost time for WWE’s annual pay-per-view that sees its superstars trapped inside the most dangerous structure the company has to offer. This year, Hell in a Cell will see three separate matches inside the eponymous cage, including the first ever women’s Hell in a Cell match.

Here are 5 booking decisions that WWE should definitely avoid next Sunday at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.


#5 Cesaro & Sheamus winning the RAW Tag Team titles

They received a Tag Title shot when there was no winner in their Best of 7 series. Now is not the time to win.

The New Day will be making their next title defence at Hell in a Cell, taking on the dysfunctional duo of Cesaro and Sheamus. The team was put together by Mick Foley after the men failed to conclude their best of 7 series with a winner.

Come PPV time, New Day will only be 45 days short of Demolition’s record 478-day title reign, and I have a feeling that WWE may want to have them break that record.

At the same time, WWE also loves to do the classic “wacky tag team partners that hate each other” routine, so that may be the direction they are headed with Cesaro and Sheamus, and it may happen as soon as Hell in a Cell. If that is the plan, it’s a bad idea.

The New Day deserves more respect after their nearly record-breaking reign as champions than losing the titles to a team that can’t get along. Whatever does happen, I hope New Day doesn’t break up after they do eventually lose the titles at some point.

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