Ross welcomes ProWrestling.Net’s Jason Powell to the show.
Powell says he enjoyed the Hell in A Cell PPV, and he thought the two main Cell matches delivered. Because of this, he gives the PPV a solid ‘B’ grade. Ross agrees and says the opening match between The Usos and The New Day was arguably the best match on the show. Those guys had the tough task of opening the night with a bang while still leaving something fresh for Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens to do during their match later in the night.
Ross points out that the main event match between McMahon and Owens went a little bit long for his taste, and Powell agrees. Powell says he was thoroughly enjoying the match but once McMahon and Owens got on top of the cage he thought the match started to drag somewhat. Ross points out that some people online hinted that the top of the cell was supposed to break but it failed to do so. Ross doesn’t think that was the case at all because that’s a very dangerous bump.
Ross says that he was very surprised by Sami Zayn’s heel turn at the end of the match, and Powell points out that this heel turn is going to require a change in Zayn’s in-ring style. Given how talented Zayn is in the ring, Powell doesn’t have any doubts that he will be able to adapt.