Cody Rhodes wrestled Seth Rollins in the headliner of Hell In A Cell with a torn pec that will require a medical procedure, and some are asking why WWE permitted him to act in any case.

The actual match was strong, taking everything into account. It was the third time these two men have gotten down to business since Rhodes returned at WrestleMania 38 and was,

apparently, set to be the blowoff match that at last settled things before The American Nightmare proceeded with his pursuit of the WWE Championship.

That pursuit will be waiting for upwards of a portion of a year after Rhodes goes through a medical procedure, excepting a John Cena-like recuperation of four months.

The Allstate Arena in Chicago was discernibly stunned by seeing Cody's shoulder preceding the Hell In A Cell headliner session, and he was plainly in genuine torment all through.

no less than one industry insider is asking why WWE permitted him to work by any stretch of the imagination.

It's hazy assuming there was any gamble for Rhodes in this match at this point, nor in the event that it was feasible for him to hurt

his pectoral muscle any more terrible or on the other hand assuming the harm had proactively been finished.