Hell in a Cell is this Sunday and the WWE looks to have most, if not all, of the card complete. This is the time when we use our own knowledge of wrestling to predict some outcomes. Here are 5 things that should happen by the time Hell in a Cell concludes.
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Hell in a Cell play by play coverage this Sunday. It’s been a bumpy road as WWE Champion for Seth Rollins, but he always manages to leave with the title. Demon Kane is built as a monster and a clean win would make Rollins a more believable champ. The running rumor is that John Cena will take a short break from WWE after Hell in a Cell. He’s issued an open challenge and with most of the roster booked, maybe someone from NXT accepts. A Samoa Joe could win and then take Cena out of commission with a muscle buster on the chair. The longest matches on the card should be the cell bouts. Having them back-to-back is too much at once, so space the matches by starting with Roman Reigns-Bray Wyatt and ending with Undertaker-Brock Lesnar. The divas division is full of names, but Charlotte and Nikki Bella have been in the spotlight. To keep the divas revolution theme alive, add Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch and/or Paige to the title bout. There is lots of talent there and the WWE simply needs to properly promote them. The Undertaker – Brock Lesnar feud has been tremendous. It’s led to one of the most shocking moments in WrestleMania history and a highly anticipated match over the summer. If this is their final match together, I have no clue who leaves the winner or how. What would be special, is if they shook hands at the end—showing mutual respect winning over disdain.