The Hell in a Cell pay-per-view is quickly approaching and there are some very interesting storylines involved.
The Undertaker will face Brock Lesnar for the last ever time, John Cena will face a mystery opponent before his two-month long sabbatical and Seth Rollins will face Kane for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Here are three things that needed to happen during the pay-per-view...
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1) Undertaker must beat Brock Lesnar
This could be one of Taker's last matches in the WWE, barring WrestleMania 32 next year where he will almost certainly be on the card.
There's a popular belief in pro wrestling that veteran wrestlers and those leaving a promotion should always go out on their backs. That isn't the case with Taker, who should absolutely go over The Beast inside the steel structure.
Lesnar needs to be brought back down to Earth with a loss and seem like a less demolishing opponent, while Taker can't go out of HIAC with another loss, having already lost his streak to Lesnar at WrestleMania last year.
2) John Cena has to drop the United States title
Cena is heading into a two-month break after Hell in a Cell and he can't go into it still holding the United States Championship. Two things should happen, and they both involve Cena dropping the title in some way.
The first, and quite frankly my favorite, is for a member of the New Day to answer the Open Challenge and beat Cena for the title, thanks to interference from the other two. Ideally, New Day will retain the tag team titles against the Dudley Boyz as well, giving them multiple belts and a bigger impact on RAW and SmackDown, with this turning New Day into a real, feared stable.
The second solution could be to have Cena attacked backstage by an unseen figure before his match. He is kayfabe injured for the next couple of months as he takes his time off, and a battle royale or tournament is held to name the new winner. That way, Cena can return for a bigger feud and Royal Rumble spot, while someone deserving can claim the Untied States title, like a debuting Tyler Breeze for example.
3) The Seth Rollins - Kane feud has to end
Kane has been entertaining as hell in this feud, but it desperately needs to end. Seth Rollins' title isn't being legitimately challenged by the Demon and this honestly feels just like filler for something bigger.
So, whatever happens, with Rollins winning the title or losing it, anything is better than this feud with Kane. Get him to face Lesnar again, a program with Triple H, even Roman Reigns - all of it would be an improvement.
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