"The key element to consider is that many consumers bought their second $50+ PPV this month and at some point the majority of the fan base, considering that they were pulling for Daniel Bryan, has to made happy. Without question, antagonist angst sells, remember I worked in Mid South Wrestling, but there has to be a happy ending at some point and I certainly assumed that Daniel Bryan would have won inside HIAC where the heroes have traditionally had some level of success in such a finale-like presentation. I missed on that one."Jim Ross blogs on the main event finish to the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV) last night (Sun., Oct. 27, 2013) at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. He brings up a great point, that the feud had built to a Hell in a Cell match and presented very much like a finale. Yet, Bryan still didn't win the title. We'll see what direction WWE decides to go with this on Raw tonight. Follow along by clicking here.