Well, maybe? WWE is in the middle of a series of huge changes and there is nothing to suggest that those changes are ending anytime soon. Some of the changes involve the company premium live events calendar changing, but very little has been confirmed so far. Now we are hearing a little bit more about this from one of the most powerful people in wrestling today.
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WWE held a press conference after this weekend’s Survivor Series event, featuring WWE Head Of Creative Triple H answering questions. Triple H spoke about the idea of themed events, such as Money In The Bank, Elimination Chamber and Hell In A Cell continuing. Regarding Hell In A Cell, Triple H said that it was the match that made sense as a challenge match to end a feud, such as how he and Mick Foley faced off at No Way Out 2000. However, Triple H did not give a definitive answer on the show and/or match’s fate, only saying that it was “up in the air” and that WWE is thinking about “on a regular basis”.
Triple H has some thoughts. Check out his discussion on the future of Hell In A Cell, plus some great moments from the Cell’s history:
Opinion: I can get the idea of not having a definitive answer right now, but it does sound like a change that is a distinct possibility. It is nice to hear Triple H sounding like he is listening to some complains and that some changes could be coming. What he said makes a lot of sense, as it never felt right to have the match take place at the same time every year. It would be nice to have the match appear naturally, which seems to be an option.
What do you think of Triple H’s comments? How should Hell In A Cell be presented? Let us know in the comments below.
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