8 Wrestling Fails & Botches WWE Hell In A Cell 2019

8 Wrestling Fails & Botches WWE Hell In A Cell 2019


so how about that 2019 Hell in a Cell pay-per-view the show has lots of people talking but not in a good way this is wrestling Mia back with another episode as it seems that we never actually sleep but join us now as wrestling Mia looks at Helena sells bails and mistakes number one Natalya drops the ball the WWE decided to shake things up on the pre-show by skipping it seemingly obligatory cruiserweight championship match I give a television Feud some pay-per-view space the WWE is reportedly intent on pushing Laci Evans so it makes sense to put her into a program with Natalya who has traditionally been an excellent worker sadly this match didn’t feature either woman at their best as the first mistake occurred when wrestling sassy southern belle decided to dribble Natalia’s head on the mat like a basketball however Natalya botched the move when she bounced her head even after Evans stopped ramming it did this remind anyone of Scott Steiner vs. Christian in TNA one of the most infamous bachas of all time no well okay it’s just us then number 2 Laci Evans returns the favor perhaps showing her southern gentility heavens returned the favor in a miscue Department when she went for a moonsault on Natalya only to miss possibly landing hard on her head never a good place to be when you’re coming off the top rope but three Luke Harper’s diving headbutt into a table Luke Harper is remarkably agile from an his size combining quickness and dexterity with raw power to make for one of wrestling’s more interesting big men harper went to perform a move showcasing his remarkable agility when he died right through the ropes towards roman reigns while the big dog was near the various announcers tables in what had to be an incredibly painful experience Harper’s head hit the edge of the table and he collapsed to the floor holding his head it’s unclear if Roman Court Harper wrong or Luke overshot his mark by the way it’s a miracle one half of the bludgeon brothers is still walking with his head attached to his neck not to mention spewing more blood than Seth Rollins did at the end of the pay-per-view number 4 a moment of confusion Alexa bliss and Nikki crosses women’s team championship defense against the kabuki warriors was a fantastic match with Oscar and curry Sain working an aggressive style that showed they were on the path to wholehearted Heald whether the following counts as a mistake or not is a judgment call but it bears mentioning at one point in the bout Oscar had a little miss bliss trapped in the ankle log well it’s made it to the ropes but Oscar didn’t released the hold well that’s a classic heel move the referee should have followed up with a five-count threatening to disqualified the Empress of tomorrow if she didn’t relent instead Oscar just pulled bliss back into the middle of the Ring number five the not-so-hot tag the next stumble might be seen as nitpicking but after all isn’t that what watch videos are all about just during the women’s tag match Alexa bliss was in desperate need of a tag after taking a shellacking from the Kabuki warriors in a perfect world the heels make it to their corner before the baby-faced adding to the suspense of whether the babyface will finally reach their corner and make the tag the rock and roll expresses ricky morton perfected the maneuver and it’s become a cornerstone of any good tag match however Alexa tag – Nicki first diminishing the payoff number six the main event it’s rare when an entire match constitutes as a bodge but the Hell in a Cell main event was a complete failure the result of several things number one the WWE’s desperate moves to get Seth Rollins over number two hot shutting the fiend into the main event after one match and number three the WWE booking itself into a corner with a match designed to end in a definitive finish let’s examine the three factors that led to the main event becoming a complete and utter disaster as first we’ll start off with pushing Rollins as the guy it’s obvious that WWE still see Seth Rollins as the guy aka the face of the company or at least raw and are willing to do whatever it takes to get him over an equally obvious that the fans just aren’t buying it to be fair Rollins post WrestleMania 35 Universal Championship reign was poorly booked with Rollins facing Baron Corbin in a title program no one wanted to see the fans lost interest in Rollins as Roseann number one babyface they gave him a huge win over Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam with the be Slayer defeating Lesnar decisively despite working with the kayfabe injury his subsequent win over braun strowman a clash of Champions who is meant to get him over further but the fans weren’t buying it nevertheless the WWE seemed hell-bent on portraying Rollins as the ultimate underdog again this time against a seemingly superhuman foe who will legitimately scared Rollins which in itself was questionable since baby faces are supposed to be courageous champions not craving cowards secondly hot shotting the feed into the main event while the feed has quickly become one of the WWE’s hottest acts there was no reason to push him into the main event after wrestling one match lobbying is SummerSlam squash of finn bálor other than the WWE wanting to give seth rollins another dragon to slay traditionally wrestlers are given time to be built up even with monsters such as The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar this helps to build suspense his fans wonder what wrestle will finally defeat a monster heal but even the best of stars falling one by one instead the WWE had that beam squash Finn Balor than city’s sights on Seth Rollins a move that was a classic case of jumping the gun as we’re about to see the beads insta push served no purpose thirdly booking Rollins and the fiend into a corner the WWE made several mistakes booking the fiend against Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match with every mistake compounding an already flawed situation first the cell is typically reserved for ending feuds not starting them the second reason is that the Hell in a Cell match is supposed to lead to a definitive end as there’s no disqualification or count-out thus the WWE Universe was expecting either the fiend or Seth Rollins to prevail and many fans counted on the fiend prevailing instead the fans for the referee stopped the match apparently not wanting to see Seth Rollins literally kill the fiend these three reasons led to the final reason why this match was a lose-lose situation if Seth Rollins somehow defeated a fiend it would have killed a good part of his momentum is no monster heal or antihero should lose this second if the fiend triumphed over Rollins the WWE could push him as an unstoppable opponent and Universal champion but the fiend doesn’t need the Universal Championship and the WWE could have salvaged things by making this one a non-title match a long win streak that has the fans guessing who will finally defeat him is all the féin needs to continue getting over but in the end the match was a big ol mess fans booed Rollins chanting for refunds after the fluky finish and perhaps worst of all chanting aw at a time when the Wednesday night war is just beginning the WWE shot itself in the foot with this match and it made Seth Rollins look incredibly weak as the universal champion performed what seemed like 300 curb stomps on the fiend only to watch his opponent kick-out at one well some analysts have argued that WWE should have put sasha banks versus Becky Lynch on last there’s reason to believe that even their marvelous match couldn’t have washed out the bad taste out of fans his mouth after Rollins versus the fiend the main event was a big botch waiting to happen and happen it did but these weren’t the only bachas in the WWE’s actions before the show hurts it terribly as we were about to show as number seven not announcing matches as we’re about to see Helena Cell was a very flawed show from start to finish although there were some excellent matches the majority of the show was poorly bugged and ended in total disaster part of the reason was that the WWE apparently didn’t put much effort into booking the show instead focusing on Raw season premiere and Friday Night Smackdown two big move to Boggs as a result the WWE only announced three matches for the show adding Bayley versus Charla only after the Queen submits the hugger on Smackdown while the two Hell in a Cell matches had fans talking there would have been much more enthusiasm had the company announced some of its matches then again when we see botch number two maybe there’s a reason why and number a lame duck boo King as noted in our Helena Cell recap the women’s division delivered the best matches of the night at least on the main show with the men falling way behind with the exception of Chad gable versus King Corbin to make matters worse the WWE promoted the show as if it were a lame duck event throwing meaningless matches on the undercard as the company prepares for the draft although Ally versus Orton or the six-man tag between the OSI and the strongman team of the Viking raiders and braun strowman could have been pay-per-view quality promoted properly they were thrown out at the last minute pro sports extras Brad Shepard recently commented on a situation during his oh you didn’t know podcast don’t worry it’s not a rumor just an opinion and pointed out that WWE’s new business model of airing paper views on the network makes them care less about what used to be one of their major revenue sources while businesses must evolve or die the WWE’s decision to treat his paper views as an afterthought can’t be good in the long run the company did considerable damage with last night’s show falling back into its habit of one step forward and two steps back consider the momentum the WWE got from a solid raw season premiere and the big Friday Night SmackDown 20th anniversary special thing consider the vocal found outrage at Hell in a Cell and the subsequent outrage online there are no reset buttons in the wrestling industry particularly when you have a well-funded competitor breathing down your neck the WWE didn’t kill itself the last night show but the pay-per-view finish was the closest thing to a self-inflicted mortal blow but they whoever goes all the bachas and mistakes from 2019 s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view are we being too hard on the WWE be sure to leave your comments down below subscribe if you haven’t already follow us on Instagram and Twitter and I’ll see you next time with some more wrestling content

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