#4 Matches SHOULD NOT end in a DQ/no-contest at WWE Hell in a Cell
Last year, WWE Hell in a Cell hosted eight matches on the main show and one on the pre-show. Out of those nine matches, one ended with a disqualification victory for The Viking Raiders and Braun Strowman.
The WWE Universal Championship Hell in a Cell match between Seth Rollins and "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt ended due to a referee stoppage, which was met by a very negative response from the WWE Universe.
Matches with a special stipulation, like the one between Roman Reigns and Jey Uso, could come to an end due to referee stoppage. However, that could lead to some negative comments from the WWE Universe.
With just five matches announced for this year’s show, WWE should ensure that each match has a logical conclusion and does not end due to a disqualification, referee stoppage, or no contest.
Three of the five matches are for world titles, while one is for the Money in the Bank briefcase. WWE should not allow any of the matches to end without a proper result so fans can avoid disappointment.Published 24 Oct 2020, 23:08 IST