WWE fans are still reacting to the Hell in A Cell event after Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt's encounter. Vince McMahon, who is the CEO and Chairman of WWE, had an interesting response to all the reactions. Apparently, McMahon thinks some of the WWE superstars are 'too pro wrestling'.
After Bray Wyatt continued to take down Seth Rollins as WWE Hell in A Cell came to an end, the fans were left displeased and confused. The audience gathered for the pay-per-view event left the venue disappointed, but not without letting the makers know of their feelings as chants of 'AEW' and 'refunds' filled the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Vince McMahon was apparently aware of how the fans felt. It was probably one of the worst endings in WWE history.
Other backstage members believed that the finish was a disaster. They took into consideration the audience's negative reaction at the venue, and also across various social media platforms. Fans of WWE have called the ending 'frustrating' over and over, not able to figure out why would the makers make this happen. Some believe that Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt's fight was insulting to the audience's intelligence.
McMahon often refers to his wrestlers as 'superstars', and to his shows as 'sports entertainment'. Both terms have sparked various debates over the years. McMahon who has reportedly used the phrase 'too pro wrestling', is known to look at his WWE shows as a form of entertainment that only includes pro wrestling as its primary format. As this week's WWE Raw has already come to an end, the audience can do nothing but wait for WWE's next event to get more answers.