The fallout to Hell in a Cell came to RAW this past Monday, and it was one full of surprises, returns and a massive 12-man tag-team match to cap things all off.
It wasn't the matches that got everyone talking after the event, but the ending segment that left WWE COO Triple H, alone in the ring.
We have two more RAW broadcasts before Vengeance and we don't have any matches scheduled.
Is that reason for concern, or is the angle at the end of RAW going to play a huge role in the match selection for the next PPV?
Here are some other questions coming out of RAW.