A week ago, I thought Hell in a Cell was going to be an epic fail.
I even wrote about it.
I was hoping it would be better than advertised. I even thought the PPV needed John Cena to be successful.
Are you serious?
Of all the things I have seen with WCW and Charles Robinson, and now with the match between CM Punk and Ryback, nothing compares to the low blow and the win by CM Punk.
Make that 344 days and counting.
The ending was terrible, and the fact Ryback stood atop the cell after giving "Shellshock" to Punk spoke volumes of what direction this company will be taking.
And all of us thought Brock Lesnar would make an appearance.
Hell in a Cell this year will be remembered for the minutes that changed the WWE heading into Survivor Series.
The PPV itself was good but not great, probably a B- grade for the night.
While we saw a new World Champion crowned and great matches by the divas (yes I said that) and Kofi Kingston and The Miz, there was still something lacking and now, there are plenty of questions to be answered.
Here is what we learned from this year's PPV.