-- WWE officials were reportedly upset with the Twitter response to the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view Sunday night. WWE pushes Twitter in hopes of getting certain things to trend and the response to Hell in a Cell was weaker than most pay-per-view shows, which some are taking as a bad sign for the buyrate.
-- Jim Ross remarked the following on Twitter two hours before the start of this week's RAW SuperShow: "Very strange vibe today backstage @ Raw. Obviously lots of sore talents. All I know is that we have a 12 man tag. Expect fireworks."
-- Tyson Kidd feels his Twitter remarks regarding the Sin Cara vs. Sin Cara match at Hell in a Cell were taken out of context by websites labeling it as a jab. The SmackDown! Superstar wrote, "Love when things get taken out of context. You know what happens when you assume." Kidd said of the match, "Best part about being either Sin Cara? Having the mask means you don't have to show your face after that performance."
-- Stan sent word that WWE's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday had 1 hour 32 minutes and 12 seconds of in-ring action.
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