This past week saw another WWE’s newest pay-per-views, we saw WWE Hell in a Cell on Sunday, the 4th. With the pay-per-view, we saw three Cell matches, seeing CM Punk losing the World Heavyweight Championship in ten minutes to the Undertaker in the opening match, John Cena loosing the WWE Heavyweight Championship to Randy Orton in the middle of the card, and saw D-Generation X defeat Legacy in the end of the night. I want to discuss the two title changes, and what’s next coming at WWE Bragging Rights.
…World Heavyweight Championship: Undertaker becomes new champ…
A return to the top was the Undertaker winning the title from CM Punk on Sunday at the pay-per-view. This is the Undertaker’s seventh World Championship in the business, his third time around with the World Heavyweight Championship. A match I wished would have went longer, but a match that did send people home happy.
But looking at what we do have at the next pay-per-view, I can see this match being well, because the Undertaker is still kind of hurting and not at what he was at. I can see this match being a good match if the WWE would capitalize on all four men’s different wrestling styles. I hope this would happen, but that me, and my opinion.
…WWE Championship: the Viper’s back and full of venom…
Orton’s back and on top of the WWE world, once again. A clean finish inside the Cell, recapturing the title over Cena, giving Cena another one-pay-per-view World title reign, Cena’s second title reign this year that he one at one pay-per-view and loosing it on the next. Something I think hurts Cena more than helping Orton, or the WWE.
Announced on Raw Monday night, we are going to see a One-Hour No Disqualification Iron Man match at WWE Bragging Rights. WWE must want to start turning fans away. I don’t see, and I cannot see anyone wanting to see these two men wrestling each other for a full hour! Honestly, I believe that these two are in a no-disqualification Iron Man match is the only way these two can pull off an Iron Man match. These two cannot go hold-for-hold for an hour, because people would be bored by the twenty minute mark, but I do think WWE could use this kind of match right.
IF, and that’s a big if, WWE used this match right, this match could be a show-stealing match, and a match that could be done great and leave a lot of memories in the fan’s minds. But how things go with the WWE, I cannot see this going well. Let’s cross our fingers and hope for something else.
…Conclusion for this week’s week-in-review…
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