WWE: Chris Jericho's Reaction To 'Hell In A Cell' 2019

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The WWE Hell in a Cell 2019 had a very controversial ending which left fans asking for an explanation. The fans asked Chris Jerico for his reaction on Twitter.

Written By Gladwin Menezes | Mumbai | Updated On:

The ending to the Universal Title 'Hell in a Cell' match between Seth Rollins and The Fiend came as a shock to the WWE Universe. Fans took on to social media to express their disbelief. Chris Jericho has reacted to this event on his official Twitter account. He was asked by a fan about his reaction and the AEW Champion replied to him too.


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WWE: Hell In A Cell 2019 Chris Jericho's reaction to Match Ending


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Chris Jericho has signed up with All Elite Wrestling earlier this year. The former WWE Superstar is currently the World Champion in All Elite Wrestling. However, he keeps a close eye on the happenings in WWE. After the main event was done, fans took to social media in and slammed the WWE for the ending to Hell in a Cell's main event. One fan asked Jericho his reaction to the ending of Hell in a Cell.



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About The Match Between Rollins vs The Fiend

Seth Rollins wrestled The Fiend inside the 'Hell in a Cell'. The Universal Title was on the line. The sinister entity had been giving Rollins a hard time ever since he had retained his Universal Title at the Clash of Champions a few weeks ago. These two men had wrestled each other a few times in the past. The main event of this time ended in a controversial way, as Seth Rollins attacked The Fiend with a sledgehammer. This resulted in the referee immediately calling for the match to be done despite it being a 'Hell in a Cell; contest. The fans weren't thrilled with the ending and responded with a loud chorus of boos.

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