WWE: Wrestling legend Mick Foley defends Hell in a Cell ending

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The American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas played host to the annual Hell in a Cell pay-per-view this past week and the main talking point heading into Monday Night Raw concerned the ending of the main event.

It was a fantastic event as a whole, on a night where John Cena was crowned the number one contender for Brock Lesnar’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship by defeating Randy Orton in one of the Hell in a Cell matches.

The WWE made a brilliant decision by deciding to go with the Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose match as the main event, something the majority of fans wanted. However the way in which the match finished didn’t really go down well with the fans.

Good or bad finish?

Dean Ambrose was already lined up to be next to feud with Bray Wyatt, but it wasn’t clear as to whether Bray Wyatt would actually make an appearance on the event. We now know that he did in a very entertaining manner and cost Dean Ambrose the victory, allowing Seth Rollins to pick up the win.

The fans don’t like the fact that the long feud between Rollins and Ambrose doesn’t really have a clear winner, and that is understandable because it would have been great to see one solid winner of the feud; but it still allows Rollins and Ambrose to clash in the near future.

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More importantly, we could be heading into one of the greatest feuds between Ambrose and Wyatt if they are given the freedom to do what they want.

Foley is a fan

A man who made the Hell in a Cell format famous also weighed in on the situation after the event. Mick Foley made an appearance on Monday Night Raw last week to hype up the steel structure as well as the Rollins and Ambrose match, but he too knows what an Ambrose and Wyatt feud could bring.

When defending the ending, he wrote:

"THINK OF THE PROMOS! Don't let the bizarre ending to #HellInACell get you down. It was a great PPV...and just think of the promos! I think this is the type of thing that will bring out the best in both men."

Exciting promo work

When a legend like Mick Foley tells you it will be okay, you sit up, listen and agree with him. He is correct, Dean Ambrose is simply a maniac and that translates over to his microphone work, it’s no wonder he is often compared to Heath Ledger’s Joker, because he is simply that crazy on camera.

Pair him with the creepy Bray Wyatt, someone who talks in riddles and on his day is the best on the microphone in the WWE and it can only result in good things. Don’t judge Bray Wyatt on one subpar feud with Chris Jericho, he achieved a lot with John Cena and he might be able to surpass those heights by working with Dean Ambrose.

WWE fans – what did you think of the Hell in a Cell ending? Do you agree with Mick Foley? Or are you not a fan of it? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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