WWE fans in Sacramento chant 'AEW' and 'refund' after Hell In A Cell goes off the air


On a week where WWE had to deliver to show any competitors like AEW that they were going to be tough to beat, they really underperformed badly, and fans made sure they knew just that after Hell in a Cell.

Hell in a Cell's main event saw Seth Rollins defend the Universal Championship against 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt, one of the most over superstars in the WWE today.

In what can only be described in a polite way as a move to protect both superstar's momentum, WWE booked Hell in a Cell, a match designed to end with a clear winner, to end in a disqualification/no contest.

The ending of the match saw Rollins uses a sledgehammer to bash Wyatt in the head while he was buried under a pile of weapons in the middle of the ring.

The Universal Champion then delivered more than a dozen Stomps and superkicks to The Fiend, but they weren't enough to get the job done, as he was able to bounce up and apply the Mandible Claw and the Sister Abigail.

Another Mandible Claw was then applied, this time complete with blood, but the fans had already made their voices heard and continued to do so as the show went off the air.

Fans at the Golden1 Center in Sacramento could be heard booing and chanting 'AEW', 'refund' and 'bulls**t' after Hell in a Cell went off the air to express their anger and disappointment with the quality of show they had paid to watch.

After AEW smashed NXT in the ratings on Wednesday night and SmackDown failing to show all the legends which were advertised, WWE really needed to deliver a good show at Hell in a Cell to repay the fans for their support.

They did not. They failed to properly advertise the show and they failed to deliver in the matches on the show. They got the reaction from the fans which they deserve.


There were some parts of Hell in a Cell that were good like Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks and Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan vs Erick Rowan and Luke Harper.

Overall though, most of the show was vastly under par in terms of wrestling quality fans expected, and fans at Hell in a Cell last night made sure WWE knew what they thought about it.

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