WWE Hell in a Cell Results: Reasons Why WWE's PPVs Have Been Great

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WWE Hell in a Cell Results: Reasons Why WWE's PPVs Have Been Great

WWE Hell In A Cell had one hell of an ending to it.

The Miz and R-Truth came out at the end, assaulted all in sight and made them pay for their firings. The ending already has people buzzing, and people and fans all alike want to see what is going to happen on RAW.

This has been a trend for WWE in the past few months—leaving the people wanting more. Every PPV since Extreme Rules has had fans shaking their heads in wonder.

After Extreme Rules, people were wondering how WWE would treat Christian as the new champion. At Money in The Bank people were excited to see CM Punk win the WWE Title and leave the company with it. SummerSlam had Kevin Nash's shocking return and left many curious as to why he attacked CM Punk.

At Night of Champions Mark Henry finally got his World Title and left many to wonder how he would be presented. Finally, at Hell In A Cell there was absolute chaos and anarchy not seen in a very long time.

How is WWE doing all of this? What are they doing that is making fans want to tune into Raw the next night to see what is going on and what happens next? What is leaving everyone wanting more?

All of that will be answered in the slideshow. All that will be talked about are things which were absent in the WWE for a very long time. WWE before the summer season was considered predictable and too safe for any fans to want to see.

All of that has thankfully changed and without a further ado, the slideshow will begin. 

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