Hell in a Cell 2016: 5 Questions left unanswered at the PPV
WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 was better than expected. However, as with all PPV events, many questions must still be answered.
I made the prediction earlier in the week that Hell in a Cell could be the best pay-per-view of the year. It lived up to being an extremely good show. It lived up to everything that it was promoted to be. How WWE can top this in the remaining pay-per-view events in the year is beyond me.
The Hell in a Cell match between Sasha Banks and Charlotte was as good as advertised. The opening match between Rusev and Roman Reigns set the tone for the evening. Even the match between Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens was great until Chris Jericho got involved.
I want to give this show an “A”, but I am a bit reluctant because there were a few spots that could have been slightly better. Hopefully the fact WWE took chances will lead to more excitement in the ring and new rivalries established. Because there is always something left on the table, there are still questions left unanswered.
Here are 5 questions the company must answer following Hell in a Cell.
#5 Why was there no interference by Triple H?
Once again, the company’s biggest question mark continues to get bigger and bigger. Will the company ever get to the truth as to why Triple H turned on his “Plan B” and what happens to the potential feud moving forward?
The match between Rollins and Kevin Owens was exceptional until Chris Jericho got involved. Now, we know Jericho will move on to a program with Rollins and what happens to Owens is up in the air. Triple H could have added just a little more importance to the outcome of this event.