Later this month at Hell in a Cell, several WWE performers—up and down the card—will find themselves under heavy scrutiny by management, fans and critics.
The pressure is them to perform well in Miami and churn out a great match on the card. After all, Hell in a Cell is arguably one of the most important “B” show of the year. It needs to do well, particularly after the disappointment of Battleground.
So, looking at it in terms of status and their importance on the show, here are the top five performers who will have to have their working boots on come October 27.