When Hell in a Cell came to a close on Sunday night and many fans were left wondering how such a great week of wrestling had finished on that note.
Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt fought to a no contest when the referee stopped the match because Rollins had gotten too violent with The Fiend.
Bear in mind, this is a Hell in a Cell match we’re talking about. Nothing should be too far – it’s meant to be the most brutal match WWE has.
According to Fightful, Vince McMahon was the mastermind behind the finish that left fans in Sacramento absolutely fuming.
People backstage told Fightful it was “his sight and vision played out how he wanted it” and he was laughing with how the fans were reacting to the ending.
While getting heat in professional wrestling is a difficult art, this wasn’t the right kind of heat Vince McMahon should have been looking for.
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He had confused and unsatisfied customers. That’s not what you want.
The general reaction backstage with superstars and employees is that the ending was not good and Fightful say it had a ‘negative reaction’.
McMahon, 73, had the most popular character in a long time in the palm of his hands with The Fiend, but has he now damaged him?