Dave Meltzer noted that Rhodes didn't back out of his Hell in a Cell Match against Seth Rollins, even though he had a torn pectoral tendon. His performance has been praised tremendously, and Meltzer believes WWE needs to portray the match as a lifetime performance. He pointed out that they have an opportunity to turn it into a legendary match.
"He could have done a short match and a very safe match, and you could argue maybe should have, but he did neither." Meltzer also argued that while it was a tremendous act of courage, Rhodes' adamance to compete might also set a bad precedent for other superstars' and promoters' expectations.