https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hrSGeCs43c WWE Hell In A Cell is one of those PPVs that people always have pretty high expectations for. The event's namesake has a pretty legendary brutal history, anyone that has witnessed a match in the cell knows that it isn't about half measures, it's simply about destroying your opponent. The hype around this year's event was no different. Sure it seemed like a bit of a predictable card, Seth Rollins going up against Demon Kane was the most obvious result waiting to happen and the evening seemed to be dedicated to the idea of rebooting a bunch of feuds we've already been dragged through (some admittedly better than others). But that didn't mean it wasn't worth tuning in for. Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker will go down as one of the greatest matches that Hell In A Cell has seen, easily the best match on a HIAC card in the last 10 years. The surprise return of Alberto Del Rio alongside Zeb Coulter was also a biggie, but what does all of this mean for the future of WWE? Where are the storylines headed? What possible need is there for Bray Wyatt / The Undertaker II? Adam looks at WWE Hell In A Cell 2015 and assesses the fallout, following the event.