We've finally arrived at Hell in the Cell!
It's been six weeks since the last big show, making it one of the longest breaks between pay-per-views that WWE has all year.
Still, they somehow managed to book one of their six matches just two days before the show.
Anyway, it looks to be a decent card with the biggest question mark being the main event.
More so than any other year, the Hell in a Cell match just doesn't need to be in place here. It should be the end of a feud, not the beginning.
Had Cena not been injured, it probably would have been the blow-off to his rivalry with Punk. Instead, Ryback will be taking his spot.
Ryback getting his shot in the main event does make help the show feel fresher. Now it will be interesting to see if he can deliver.
There are a lot of questions surrounding Hell in a Cell—now it's time to find some answers.
I’m putting my career 9-3 WWE pay-per-view match predictions record on the line as we take one final look at Hell in a Cell.