The main event—or sub-main event—at Hell in a Cell is Dean Ambrose vs Seth Rollins, and rightfully so. Seth Rollins turned his back on The Shield and curb stomped Dean’s face through a pile of cinder blocks. Compare that to Rollins exercising his right to cash in his Money in the Bank contract. Whose revenge is justified?
John Cena wanted to get his hands on Rollins for costing him the WWE championship match against Brock Lesnar at Night of Champions, but having the contract holder target the World champion has been the unpredictability of MITB since its inception in 2005. Rollins did exactly what every contract holder before him had done, and that is to exploit any means necessary to become the World champion. Sorry John.
Dean Ambrose will finally get his hands on Seth Rollins, and while it did take a lot of dancing around with John to get to that imperative match, Dean Ambrose came into his own. He stood his ground against John Cena, and he even brought out some hubris from Mr. “15-times to the Mountain Top”. Not a lot of people have been able to get under John’s skin the way Ambrose has, and the wrestling fans love him for it. He speaks his mind, and it’s fresh to us.
How about the other main event—or Main Event-B—John Cena vs Randy Orton inside Hell in a Cell… again? What more can these two fight about? We have seen them brawl time and time again, with each match decreasing in value more than the last. Orton and Cena have been WWE’s main eventers for the past ten years, and the fans are sick of it. It is time to mix those guys in with fresh faces.
A prime example of an excellent pairing was Randy Orton and Dolph Ziggler. Everyone that watched those two tear it up on Monday Night RAW witnessed something special. Especially with all the online news indicating Orton wanting a vacation from the company, he wrestled Dolph like he still loved wrestling. If WWE were to put Ziggler vs Orton as one of the headliners for Hell in a Cell, people would pay top $9.99 dollar for a WWE Network subscription to see that match. Dolph is a fresh face that needs to be exposed more on a main event level, and wrestling fans want to see him progress.
Answer the Question: Are you content with Randy Orton vs John Cena or would you rather see Randy Orton vs Dolph Ziggler at Hell in a Cell?
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