There’s a lot of excitement building towards the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view which takes place this Sunday inside of the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
Along with the high interest in the event, there are plenty of questions surrounding the match card as well, with the WWE advertising a triple main event for the show.
TRIPLE MAIN EVENT
Right now, there are six matches announced for the card, with three of them taking place inside of the Cell structure. We should expect a few more bouts to be announced beforehand, or perhaps on the night, which could feature on the pre-show.
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However, most of the attention is being brought down to three title matches, as Roman Reigns defends the United States crown against Rusev, Charlotte aims to become a three-time Raw Women’s Champion when she challenges Sasha Banks, and Kevin Owens puts his Universal Championship on the line against Seth Rollins.
It’s a historic night, as it’s the first time that women are competing inside of Hell in a Cell, and more history could be made if they close out the show.
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Right now, though, nobody has any idea on what will be the final match, and The Inquisitr are reporting that there’s rumoured backstage conflict on what will be the last match to go on.
The WWE are saying it’s an event which features a triple main event; it’s a way of saying we as fans should decide what’s the main event in our eyes, regardless of where it appears on the card.
But we know that’s not the case.
The main event is more often than not seen as the match that closes out the show.
For example, would you class a title match at WrestleMania that goes on first as the main event over the guys that end the momentous occasion later on in the evening?
We’ve seen Mick Foley post a Facebook statement that Sasha and Charlotte will be the main event, but was forced to retract his statement, despite the women gracing the posters since their match was announced.
Vince also reportedly flipped out backstage this week when the Minnesota crowd ruined the Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar segment, and there’s a slight chance that the hostile Boston crowd could pull something similar if the matches don’t go on in the correct order, and he could very well do the same again.
It seems as if the only logical options the WWE have for the women’s match is either to go on first or end up as the main event.
If they’re in the middle, there’s a chance the fans could lose interest in what follows, and potentially hijack the remainder of the show because they didn’t get what they want.
It seems like the WWE are facing an unnecessary headache heading into Sunday’s event, and serious thought needs to be put in on where the matches are placed.
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