WWE Hell In A Cell 2016: 7 Things we must see at the PPV
WWE's chance to make history has to balance with the idea that Hell in a Cell must be the best PPV of the year.
With the announcement that the Sasha Banks-Charlotte Flair Hell in a Cell match will not end the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view as of this moment, fans might be wondering what WWE is thinking after getting all of our hopes up for the perfect finish to the much-awaited event.
There is a lot riding on Sunday night – where Raw must once again show that it can put together a pay-per-view with as much depth and success as its brother SmackDown Live. The back and forth tennis match is proving to be a good thing for WWE, as both brands try to master the art of “one-upmanship” while trying to keep the masses entertained.
If anything, WWE is trying its best to be a better wrestling promotion.
All things being equal, this is Raw’s last effort of the year for a pay-per-view of its own. Can the matches – which may be the most anticipated of the year – keep the momentum?
What surprises will the McMahons have to answer for come Monday night? Does the final match of the pay-per-view dictate how Raw will move forward and who makes the surprise appearance that leaves our jaws on the floor? Here are seven things we must see Hell in a Cell.
#1 Interference by Chris Jericho
Watch out everyone, or you might make The List. Actually, the only list Chris Jericho might want to be a part of is the one where he has his name attached to the Universal Heavyweight Title.
How WWE plans to use the former 6-time world champion in the Hell in a Cell match between Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens will determine how Owens is booked moving forward. Jericho is so refreshing and he should confront his BFF. How and where and why is still to be determined.
The only thing I am sure of is the fact he will help decide the winner of the match.