Tim Fiorvanti, Marc Raimondi and Matt Wilansky recapped the Hell in a Cell card as it happened, with ESPN Stats & Info’s Sean Coyle breaking down each match with ratings. Sometimes WWE books its stories into a corner and the end result is magical, memorable and impactful. The match was visually intoxicating, but the the focus was entirely on the supernatural element to The Fiend’s character as opposed to the match. Both Rollins and Wyatt are completely capable of delivering a match as opposed to a horror movie scene. Seth Rollins used every item in his toolbox, and then a literal toolbox, to try to keep “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt down. But when he added a sledgehammer to that equation, the referee deemed it was too violent, even for a Hell in a Cell match where “anything goes” and brought a stop to the match with no result. It didn’t help matters that, less than a minute later after Rollins’ sledgehammer attacks, Wyatt rose from a gurney, locked in several of his signature moves and even caused “blood” to spurt from Rollins’ mouth. No, with no decisive result and Rollins’ title reign preserved at Wyatt’...