1.) Why the hell did they have the Hell In A Cell PPV just two weeks after NOC?
My opinion, one of the stupidest things wwe has done in quite some time. Wasnt even enough time to allow this on going rivalry to mature :/
2.) If Hell in a Cell was supposed to be such a terrifying match to participate in? Where was all the violence you would associate with this match? As I account most of the action took place in the ring, and I didnt see much action happen with the use of the cage. For this one event, I would have loved some blood, and some head chair shots, because I do remember seeing a metal pipe, which in my eyes is probably worse due to the comfortability of being able to swing a pole easier than a chair, and kids seeing this. PG or no PG, Hell In A Cell should have been ruthless, and I saw none of that! I mean this type of match needs more action, and in no way shape or form should it have been contested twice in one night, taking all prestige from notorious HIAC's in the past.
3.) These ppv's named after match types is a stupid idea. I preferred he fact that these matches would be spontaneous, and it would be a surprise, that you could look forward to. Now we have TLC, Elimination chamber, Money in the bank, Hell in a Cell, I mean come on!! WWE doing this is losing all credibility for these match types, as well as the reduced violence, which sucks
4.) I find it funny how they were renaming PPVs, and now they seem to be bringing back the names of older ppvs haha Vengeance? I mean that was a sick name for a ppv, what was the need to get rid of it? once again I dont know
5.) The last thing I want to ask is why do all these super heavyweights seem to be so dominate at one point, but go on a losing streak to much much smaller superstars
[The Great Khali for example. The man was a WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION and he beat the undertaker on many occasions CLEANLY aswell, and this man ended up on superstars?? WTF]
Ok just wanted to make that thread expressing my views and asking some questions that I felt needed to be answered
Post your views, and I hope you like the thread