Charlotte Flair third in ESPN WWE Power Rankings after Hell in a Cell

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There have been a number of historic moments in the WWE's women's division over the past few years, from tremendous matches like Bayley versus Sasha Banks at NXT TakeOver, the women's triple-threat for the rebranded WWE women's championship at WrestleMania, to subtler milestones like development of viable women's divisions on both Raw and SmackDown Live and the placement of women's matches on weekly shows and pay-per-views.

Things reached an entirely different level at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, though, as Banks and Charlotte Flair not only had the first women's match inside of a cell, in a match for the Raw women's championship, but they did it in the final match of the night -- the traditional "main event" spot on the show.

It seems outrageous to say this about such a decorated superstar, but in Jericho's 17 years with the WWE, his value might be higher now than it has ever been -- and he's already a superstar who has held six world championships, a record nine Intercontinental championships and headlined a WrestleMania.

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