Last night, WWE went into its Hell in a Cell Pay Per View on something of a down note. Ratings are down, fan apathy is climbing, and for some reason, Kane’s in a World title match again. With that said, the looming rumored (and basically confirmed) departure of John Cena raised possibilities for change, and all things considered, WWE is still capable of putting on a good wrestling show. So, with that in mind, here’s our rundown of all the important things that we learned from watching Hell in a Cell, and how the events of the show may drastically change WWE for the future.
10. Cesaro May Still Get His Due
Sure, we might be reading a lot into a match that meant nothing, only happened on the pre-show, and was a rematch in a series of rematches involving the same wrestlers that has been taking place all month. But the one man who stood out during that match is Cesaro, who tore through his opponents, dodged finishers that would have ended him even a week ago, got a good long Giant Swing (which is something he hasn’t been allowed to do in a long time), and set up the finish for his team. We’re not saying the Cesaro push is real, but there are several options for him to have featured feuds going forward, including both of the guys holding secondary titles and that Stardust guy, who seems to have been watching the Swiss Superman from the audience.