Trick or Treat!
But why do I feel like WWE made me smell The Big Show's feet?
In celebration of Halloween, let's talk about those tasty treats that WWE gave us this week!
Ryback vs. Punk is an intriguing match, Dolph and Bryan had a great bout on Raw and Kane giving Bryan a slap on the butt was pretty funny.
Well, that's enough of that! Let's talk about the tricks.
I harped on this earlier this week, but it's worth noting again that the build to Hell in a Cell was lousy.
WWE had six weeks to promote the show, and besides Ryback vs. Punk (and to a much lesser extent, the tag team match), they failed in making the other matches seem big.
We've seen Kofi vs. Miz a couple times already, Sheamus didn't get serious until Smackdown, John Cena and AJ's storyline didn't need to happen this week and the brutality of a Hell in a Cell match wasn't even talked about.
If WWE couldn't give us more than one compelling feud with six weeks of TV, what chance do they have when they only have three before Survivor Series?
Let's not think about that right now. Let's take a look back this week on the scary-bad booking, the terrifying logic and that frightening creature known as Ryback.
Here's WWE's worst of the week from October 21st-27th.