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And now, the Best and Worst of WWE Hell in a Cell 2016.
Worst, But Only From My POV: Roman V Rusev, Part A Lot
Are you the type of WWE fan who enjoys watching Roman Reigns wrestle for 25 minutes, before doing something superhuman and illogically winning? Are you the type of fan who doesn’t necessarily like that, but you’re used to it, so you’re judging the match on everything that came before the finish? If the answer to either of these is, “yes,” you probably loved this Hell in a Cell match opening Hell in a Cell. If you answered, “no,” well … hello darkness my old friend, or whatever.
Roman Reigns and Rusev have wrestled a lot at this point — a lot — but to yank an axiom Scott Keith yanked from Goldberg’s Pizza Book, their matches are like sex. When they’re good, they’re good. When they’re bad, they’re still pretty good. Also, like sex, I don’t get them.