WWE Hell in a Cell 2014: Champions Who Will Continue Their Reigns
October 25, 2014 - WWE
At a Hell in a Cell pay-per-view this Sunday, fans will expected see many champions in a organisation deflect off their challengers and keep their belts. It will substantially finish adult being a newsworthy show, yet positively not since of all a pretension switches.
Dolph Ziggler will urge his Intercontinental Championship opposite Cesaro in a hitch certain to be one of a best matches on a card. Good as a compare will be though, we doubt a fans in Dallas will witnesses a pretension change.
Considering how many faith WWE writers seem to have mislaid in Cesaro over a past 6 months—his feat during a Andre a Giant Memorial Battle Royal led to positively nothing, his earnest storyline organisation with Paul Heyman was forsaken out of nowhere and he’s been grieving in a reduce midcard ever since—it’s formidable to see a Swiss pulling out a win during a pay-per-view.
Inexplicably, a organisation appears to have mislaid faith in him. How depressing.
I don’t wish to give adult on Cesaro’s WWE career completely, of course, yet if a organisation was ever going to get critical about pulling him it certainly would have by now.
On other notes, Divas champion AJ Lee will go adult opposite visit enemy Paige.
WWE seems to have a lot invested in Lee right now—she’s been pushed as one of a biggest stars on a register and a centerpiece of a company’s women’s division. It truly feels like WWE is building her adult to be a Trish Stratus or Lita of her generation—certainly she has a talent and glamour to lift it off.
With this in mind, it’s formidable to see them throwing all that divided and giving Paige a belt again.
No doubt Paige will stay in a pretension picture—she’s one of a many earnest characters in a organisation right now, and it would be massively foolish for WWE not to continue with her push. But she substantially won’t emerge from Dallas with a belt.
I’d design Sheamus to keep his United States Championship, too, when he clashes with The Miz. After all, he’s usually usually started his argument with a Christmas Bounty star, and it’s substantially too shortly to control a pretension switch.
Another probable unfolding would see Miz’s sidekick Damien Sandow get concerned usually for his division to disastrously explode and cost his crony a bout. Such an angle would potentially lead to Sandow going face, something that seems unavoidable deliberation a assertive cheers a wrestler has been garnering from a throng in new times.
In certain respects, Hell in a Cell will be a vital pay-per-view—Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins’ long-running argument with culminate; WWE will have a new challenger for Brock Lesnar’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship—but as distant as many of a midcard belts go, don’t design too many to change.