The Undertaker will be facing Triple H inside Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania 28, but there’s just one really big problem: The pay-per-view takes place in an outdoor stadium.
That’s caused many—from fans to those within the WWE—to wonder exactly how the WWE would be able to hang the Hell in a Cell structure if there is no roof to attach it to.
There’s no doubt that company officials have been hard at work trying to figure out what to do with the massive Hell in a Cell structure, and they may have finally found the solution.
Since being announced for WrestleMania 28, there has been speculation amongst both fans and those internally in WWE on how the Hell in a Cell structure would logistically be suspended over the ring at the outside venue in Miami.
According to F4Wonline.com, WWE is considering using a modified design of the Hell in a Cell structure that would help the suspension of it as it relates to the canopy and rigging that will be over the ring.
Well, you gotta do what you gotta do.
I think this was a problem that most of us foresaw when the Hell in a Cell match was first announced, and we were all interested to see how the WWE would suspended something so huge without something going terribly wrong.
The solution to that problem is obviously to alter the design of the traditional HIAC, likely by somehow decreasing its size and/or its weight.
That’s all fine and dandy because the WWE can’t afford to risk disaster happening if there’s any chance that the canopy would not be able to hold the original HIAC structure. I just really hope that the new design of the HIAC is not one that drastically alters the look of the Cell.
It just wouldn’t feel quite like a Hell in a Cell match if the Cell were considerably smaller or something along those lines, so perhaps the WWE will find a way to use lighter materials to build a HIAC structure that is only slightly smaller than the normal one.
As long as Triple H and The Undertaker are safe and able to put on a quality match, though, we should all be happy.