RASD 9/11/18: Storytime with Samoa Joe, Hell in a Cell Preview


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Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2018/09/12/rasd-9-11-18-storytime-with-samoa-joe-hell-in-a-cell-preview/


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John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWE SMACKDOWN 9/11/18:

On the final episode leading into Hell in a Cell, Maryse takes on Brie Bella in the main event, Jeff Hardy wages war on his inner demons, Samoa Joe presents a reading of “Night Night AJ”, Becky Lynch attacks Charlotte Flair and Rusev & Aiden English earn the next SD tag title shot.

We discuss TODAY’S TOP STORIES including CM Punk’s interview on his MMA future and invite to “All In”, Zelina Vega’s interview discussing her father’s passing on 9/11, and CMLL and Impact Wrestling running simultaneous shows in Mexico City.

Plus, complete preview of this Sunday’s Hell in a Cell card.

Plus, Café feedback, comments & questions from the POST Wrestling Forum.

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My guess for RKO/Hardy 10 years ago would’ve been reinforce the ceiling, ladder on the roof, “safe” Swanton onto the top of the cell.

I don’t know if they’d do that now for a dozen reasons. But it’s always been what’s in my head.