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The Best And Worst Of WWE Hell In A Cell 2013

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Best/Worst: Hell In A Cell 2013 Is The Orson Welles Of Pay-Per-Views

I honestly now see why Orson Welles ate his fat ass to death.

Hell in a Cell 2013 peaked too early. The first match on the show was the tag team championship triple threat between The Usos, The Shield and Dem Rhodes Boys, and it was spectacular. One of my favorite pay-per-view matches of the year. It was all downhill from there, and by the time it was over I felt like I was watching Bound For Glory. But that first match, man. That first match is something.

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