Everyone has so many questions heading into Hell in a Cell and only a few high-level WWE employees know the answers. We posed some of the questions plaguing our brains and came up with an answer. Of course, feel free to answer the questions WrestleNewz posed.
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Hell in a Cell play by play coverage this Sunday. Last year, Dean Ambrose was headlining the event opposite current WWE Champion Seth Rollins. While Ambrose could always answer the U.S. Challenge, it seems there are no such plans. The pre-show would have been better than nothing. Last Summer, the divas division was headlined with Nikki vs. Brie Bella. They would reunite and spend the next 11 months carrying the divas title. A loss Sunday, means more TV time for the diva revolution wrestlers. Brock Lesnar and Undertaker have a history that’s 10 plus years of violent matches. They look to end this rivalry as they collide for the second time inside hell in a cell. One has to wonder, if this wrestling chapter really ends when the final bell rings. Since The Dudley Boyz returned to the WWE, they been given frequent title shots and it’s being overdone. There’s no need to rush and give them gold. Have The Dudley Boyz move into another feud as New Day deserve a lengthy championship run. It’s very rare John Cen heads into a pay per view with no opponent. Cena’s match is usually booked first or are known before it’s made official. Any of the six wrestlers form the pre-show would be a worthy challenge. If Cena is taking time off, let an NXT wrestler (like Samoa Joe) win and ‘hurt’ the former champ in the process to remove him from storylines.