At the 2014 “Hell in a Cell” pay-per-view, there was a double main event, featuring two singles matches contested inside the cell structure: Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins and John Cena vs. Randy Orton. In the days leading to the event, there was a lot of discussion by fans regarding which match would go on last, and be the true main event. Reports from the week of the event noted that WWE was planning on having Cena and Orton close the pay-per-view.
However, as seen during “Hell in a Cell,” it would be Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins that would go on last. In a match between two of WWE’s fastest rising stars, Rollins picked up the victory thanks to interference from the returning Bray Wyatt. Wyatt made a spectacular return, in which he attacked Dean Ambrose, who he is slated to begin a feud with.
Interestingly enough, a notable WWE milestone was achieved due to two 28 year olds in Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins main eventing “Hell in a Cell.” According to the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the 2014 “Hell in a Cell” event was the first time the main event of a WWE pay-per-view saw two stars under the age of 30 duke it out in a singles match in almost 20 years.
One would have to go back to the 1994 “Survivor Series” event on Nov. 23 to find such a main event. There, a 29-year-old Undertaker battled a 28-year-old Yokozuna in a casket match.
That’s an awesome feat, and probably says something about the age of wrestlers compared to other sports.