WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 is officially in the books and it was, unfortunately, one of the weaker PPVs of 2019. In contrast, the whole year has been filled with great PPVs, minus just about three of them including Hell in a Cell. The fact of the matter is that the card just wasn’t strong enough and they clearly just added random matches in the last minute.
In that way, it felt like just another episode of RAW and not even one of the better ones. While the overall direction has been exciting, PPVs like this usually lead to a major halt in momentum. The reaction following the main event has been anything but pleasant, but it was only to be expected. Here are five things we learned from the PPV.
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