AVClub: A lot of last night’s Hell In A Cell PPV evoked apathetic feelings. It was hard to work up much of a reaction one way or another. The matches ranged from boring to fine to brutal, but nothing really stood out. Much of that was because WWE spent the weeks leading up to the PPV failing to inject any stakes into the predominant feuds. There were a lot of people fighting with one another, but it often wasn’t clear why, or more importantly, why we should care. If there was one promising outcome generated by Hell In A Cell though, it was that many of the feuds looked to be finished. There were a number of clean finishes, meaning that there was very little reason to keep those stale storylines going.