That can never be a good thing. The main event of Hell in a Cell 2019 featured Seth Rollins defending the Universal Championship against The Fiend Bray Wyatt inside the structure of the same name.

However, the ending of the event left a lot of people unhappy with WWE and they weren’t afraid to let their voices be heard.

Several chants, including “AEW!” “Refund” and “bulls***” were heard prominently throughout the broadcast and as people were leaving the arena.

Rollins used over 10 stomps, along with multiple chair shots to the head and a wide array of weapons used to try to put The Fiend down. The finish came when The Architect pulled out a sledgehammer and smashed The Fiend, causing the referee to call for a DQ.

Editor’s Opinion:

I don’t blame the fans one bit for being upset with this entire card. It is blantantly obvious that this was thrown together at the last minute, with WWE just needing something to fill this advertised event. There were several unadvertised matches that were sloppy and the ending left everyone extremely dissapointed. Whatever momentum the company had following the big premieres of NXT on USA and Smackdown on FOX are in big trouble.

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