The WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view might have gone down as a success as a whole, but not everybody was happy with how the Raw-exclusive event went down.
We saw some excellent matches, most notably the WWE Universal Championship clash between Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins, with Chris Jericho playing a major part in the outcome.
Before the show, a lot was made of which match would be closing out the show, despite the WWE advertising a triple main event; we all know the rightful main event is always the one that takes place last.
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The WWE decided to let Sasha Banks and Charlotte create history.
While it proved to be a historic occasion for multiple reasons, it didn’t go over well with fans as much as the company hoped it would, and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter are reporting that Vince McMahon is blaming The Boss for that.
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It’s the finish of the match which is the big focus, not the fact that Banks was dethroned by Charlotte to continue her impressive pay-per-view win streak.
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They’re claiming that Banks was supposed to go to the table and was then supposed to take the Natural Selection for the loss.
As we know, Charlotte attempted to send Sasha through the table twice, but she couldn’t go through it and you can’t really put the blame on anyone for that error.
Regarding backstage reaction, there’s said to be some people that are sympathetic to Banks as she could have received a lot of heat if she kicked out from the pin as the table didn’t break, in a spur-of-the-moment reaction.
It’s being said that the plan was to always have Charlotte defeat Banks for the title, and Vince was behind the idea the entire way.
Perhaps it’s the weight that couldn’t get Banks through the table, and you can’t blame the fans for being dejected, considering the heel won in a city where Banks is billed from.
Not only that, but it seems as if the entire dynamic of the match changed when they included the pointless stretcher segment before continuing with the match.
Is Vince McMahon right to put the blame on Sasha Banks? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.
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