WWE Hell in a Cell 2015: Superstars Who Deserve Biggest Push Leading Up to PPV

Donald Wood@@Donald_WoodFeatured ColumnistOctober 2, 2015

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 31: Kofi Kingston celebrates during the WWE Monday Night Raw Supershow Halloween event at the Philips Arena on October 31, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Moses Robinson/Getty Images)
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WWE’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view is usually a throwaway event that takes place before Survivor Series, but the 2015 edition is different.

Between The New Day likely going head-to-head with The Dudley Boyz, Bray Wyatt squaring off against Roman Reigns inside the Hell in a Cell structure and Charlotte almost certainly defending her championship against Nikki Bella, there are many Superstars who need to look strong over the coming weeks.

Here are the Superstars who deserve the biggest pushes heading into WWE’s Hell in a Cell PPV.

The New Day

The most entertaining portion of Raw and SmackDown every single week is the antics of The New Day, and their storyline against The Dudley Boyz has been a dream come true for many wrestling fans.

As Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods stated during the Table for 3 show on the WWE Network, these men are pitching their own ideas and putting their hearts and souls into everything they do on screen.

WWE Creative has the easiest job in the world when it comes to The New Day because the trio is doing all of the work for them. As long as they leave the ball in their court, the angle with The Dudley Boyz will be a great way to elevate everyone in the division.

For the first time in a long time, there is a championship-worthy feud in the tag team division. As long as The New Day is booked strongly heading into Hell in a Cell, the tag team title match will be one of the highlights of the night.

Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt is one of the most misused and underutilized talents on the WWE roster today.

Not only has he been thrown in meaningless feuds time after time, but the storylines he has been given often don’t land with the WWE Universe. It’s not anything he is doing as a performer, but instead it’s the awful writing he is being handed week in and week out.

Now the WWE Creative team must pull out all the stops as Wyatt prepares to go into battle against Roman Reigns inside the Hell in a Cell structure. How the company handled Reigns and Wyatt on SmackDown this week was ideal, and they should do more of the same moving forward.

The fans have already seen Wyatt and Reigns tear each other apart, so the remaining weeks before the October PPV should be focused on letting Bray cut his enigmatic promos and having Reigns be the man who makes an impact by saying only a few words.

A Hell in a Cell match is usually the culmination of a long feud, and that should be the case with Reigns and Wyatt. In order to sell the WWE Universe that this is the final chapter in this rivalry, though, the build to the bout must be executed perfectly.

Charlotte

After a great match to start her reign as the Divas champion, Charlotte needs a strong title defense against Nikki Bella to look worthy of carrying the division into the next generation.

Charlotte is superior to most of the women on the WWE roster, and starting to separate her from the rest of the field at the October PPV is smart booking. To look formidable at Hell in a Cell, the champion must be booked strongly during the build to the event.

Instead of feeding the WWE Universe a flawed storyline with Paige forgetting her feud against Charlotte and Becky Lynch, the Divas champion should be winning matches against the other women in the division.

With the champion looking almost unbeatable heading into Hell in a Cell, the excitement surrounding this title match would be elevated as much as it could be considering a Bella will be involved in the bout.

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