Undeniably, the fact that John Cena became #1 contender to the WWE Championship for the 76th time in his career was a talking point coming out of WWE's Hell in a Cell. Yet, Cena's defeat of Randy Orton was a middle-of-the-show occurence. Who would've thought a year ago that Cena vs. Orton inside Hell's Cell would take a backseat to a second Cell match between Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins? On a night where youth was highlighted over the status quo, we got a peak into tomorrow's WWE. Doc reviews Hell in a Cell and offers his Win/Fail from Monday Night Raw, having fully enjoyed the refreshing opportunity to have watched the stars of the present and future shine.
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