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PostSubject: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 11:47



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Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado & Sin Cara def. Tony Nese, Drew Gulak & Ariya Daivari



BOSTON — They didn’t exactly cruise to the win, but Cedric Alexander, Sin Cara & Lince Dorado sure as “Hell” proved their mettle to the WWE Universe in the six-man showcase that opened the Hell in a Cell Kickoff.

Battling three of their fellow Cruiserweight division stalwarts — Tony Nese, Drew Gulak & Ariya Daivari — was an uphill struggle for the fan-favorites, who were relatively untested as a three-man unit.

In contrast, Nese & Gulak have teamed extensively since their debuts, and the built-in unity among their squad came in handy during several close calls.

More so than most Cruiserweight contests, the action unloaded at a fast and furious pace, and Nese seemed to swing the match by tossing Dorado over the top rope onto a brawling Alexader, Sin Cara, Gulak and Daivari.

That softened Dorado up for a rotating assault from all three of his opponents until The Golden Lynx managed to reach Alexander.

The entrance of Alexander energized his team into a triple topé attack, but Gulak managed to lock in a Dragon Sleeper to potentially steal the match.

Dorado broke that up with a leg drop, instigating an all-out brawl among the Cruiserweights.

When the dust cleared, Alexander withstood an outstanding effort from Gulak to finally execute the Lumbar Check for the win.

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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 11:49

United States Champion Roman Reigns def. Rusev (Hell in a Cell Match)



If Roman Reigns has proved anything over the course of 2016, it is, undoubtedly, that he’s resilient.
And that resilience was never more on display than in this defense of his United States Championship against Rusev inside the dreaded confines of Hell in a Cell.

The two warriors, who had been locked in a ferocious battle for months now, did not hold back inside the structure that has taken years off so many careers.

The clash was high-octane and back-and-forth, with Rusev taking control in the early goings.
Reigns’ previous experience inside the Cell clearly began to give him a distinct advantage over Rusev, however, as The Big Dog found ways to use both the cage and his overall surroundings as a weapon and an offensive advantage.

Yet, The Bulgarian Brute rallied back with force, taking over the contest and wearing Reigns down with a barrage of impactful strikes and ground-and-pound.

Rusev then took it one step further, introducing the steel steps as a primary weapon and ambushing The Guy with them.

Reigns soon fought back, smashing a Kendo stick over Rusev’s back, but that ultimately backfired, as Rusev tied him in the ropes and absolutely unloaded on him with the same weapon.

After a brief rally by Reigns, Rusev again took over, now introducing a steel chain to the proceedings, mercilessly whipping Reigns with it before again lambasting him on the steps.

In an incredible scene, Rusev reapplied the Accolade on those same steel steps, muzzling The Big Dog with the chain.

But Reigns, in typical fashion, powered out, first hitting Rusev with a nasty Samoan Drop onto the steps and then finishing the Brute off with a leaping Spear that had Rusev fly straight off the steps to the mat below.

Hellish, no doubt.


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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 11:51

Bayley def. Dana Brooke



BOSTON — Do you, in fact, want some Bayley? Well, consider it done.
The much-beloved Superstar — she of the hugs, headbands and wacky inflatable tube men brigade — scored one of her signature heartfelt victories at WWE Hell in a Cell, battling through the pain of an injured shoulder to defeat Dana Brooke.

Brooke had been a singular torment for Bayley in previous weeks, attacking her from behind, savaging her shoulder and exercising dominance in an arm-wrestling match.

Their Boston battle looked to be much more of the same, initially, with the bodybuilding champion utilizing the full scope of her strength to dominate Bayley.

Setting out not to beat Bayley but to “break” her, Brooke unleashed a focused attack on Bayley’s shoulder to weaken her body, while whittling away at Bayley’s mind with her signature trash talk.

All of which had Brooke poised for what looked like a blowout, until Bayley used her good arm to create separation with a stunner off the middle rope.

Bayley switched to southpaw, and while the reeling Brooke had the wherewithal to break up one Bayley-to-Belly by pounding on the injured shoulder, Bayley immediately sprang for a second one to earn the win.

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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 11:53

Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson def. Enzo Amore & Big Cass



The Raw Tag Team division ain’t sawft … and neither are Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, who picked up a substantial victory over Enzo Amore & Big Cass at WWE Hell in a Cell.

After weeks of jockeying back and forth on the red brand, both pairings rolled into Boston looking to make a statement and ascend up the ranks toward the Raw Tag Team Championship.

No amount of trash talk could thwart either team’s resolve, with all four combatants looking as though they were pinpoint focused.

The tide turned in Gallows and Anderson’s favor, though, when they were able to isolate Enzo and begin to work “Air Jargon” down.

But the good brothers were not able to close the deal, allowing Enzo to make the big tag to Cass, who began to go berserk on both Gallows and Anderson.

In the end, Cass’ surge would prove to not be enough.
After Enzo came back into the contest, Anderson and Gallows hit the Magic Killer for a too-sweet victory.


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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 11:55

WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens def. Seth Rollins (Hell in a Cell Match)



BOSTON — The Kevin Owens Show has survived its one-off episode in Hell to roll on for at least another night, as the WWE Universal Championship both arrived and left Boston in the clutches of The Prizefighter, while Seth Rollins was left empty-handed yet again.

Though, to be entirely fair, the third-act twist wasn’t entirely due to the merits of The KO Show’s namesake, as a most unexpected guest star crashed the Cell.

In case you couldn’t guess, that was Chris Jericho, who made his presence felt after Rollins gritted and grounded his way into position to win the match.

That in and of itself was a miracle after KO snuffed out Rollins’ early showing by targeting The Architect’s back, ripping off Rollins’ Kinesio tape before savaging him all across the cage.

Rollins was able to keep himself in the fight, but when Owens accidentally blasted one of the officials in the face with a fire extinguisher, Jericho took advantage of the briefly open Cell door to lock himself inside and pocket the key.

Rollins quickly dispatched Jericho by sending him crashing into the Cell wall, but the mere presence of The Ayatollah of Rock ’n’ Rolla left him at an insurmountable disadvantage.

Even though he was able to power through his brutalized back to powerbomb Owens through a pair of tables, he couldn’t stop Jericho from hauling the ref away before the pinfall could be counted.

And, although he was able to briefly chase Jericho down, he wasn’t able to stop Jeri-KO from ultimately uniting and bringing two steel chairs into the match.

And once Owens powerbombed him through those two chairs with Jericho watching on, Rollins wasn’t able to do much of anything.


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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 11:58

Brian Kendrick def. TJ Perkins to win the WWE Cruiserweight Championship



Brian Kendrick had to hit the restart button.

The saga between Kendrick and WWE Cruiserweight Champion TJ Perkins had gone through many stages over the course of the past several months.

Kendrick had gone from lovable underdog to the epitome of a desperate man, and TJP had continually been caught in the crosshairs of his devolving metamorphosis, most recently with The Post-Apocalyptic Scavenger asking Perkins to let him win at WWE Hell in a Cell.

It became evidently clear in the early goings that Perkins would not lay down and hand the title over to Kendrick, though.

This drove the challenger over the edge, forcing him to ramp up his game, unleashing an aggressive onslaught on the champion, and even taping The Duke of Dab to the bottom rope and then subsequently attacking him.

Perkins valiantly fought back as Kendrick unlocked this new level of intensity.

The two went back and forth with Perkins escaping the Captain’s Hook and Kendrick making it to the ropes when the champion executed his signature Knee Bar.

In the end, Kendrick would cruelly (or craftily) feign a leg injury after TJP escaped Sliced Bread No. 2. Perkins went to check in on his former friend and mentor, only to be met with a headbutt for his concern.

Kendrick then locked in the Captain’s Hook for the second time, leading to Perkins submitting.
The new champion was a man with a plan, indeed.


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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 12:00

Cesaro & Sheamus def. Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day via Disqualification



BOSTON — And still your W. W. E. Raw. Tag. Team. Champions are The New Day, whose record-setting title reign is clapping, skipping and trombone-tooting its way even deeper into the history books.

Cesaro & Sheamus — still struggling to find their footing as a tag team — technically won their showdown against ya boys, but had to contend with a big disqualification asterisk that kept them from taking the titles home.

For a while, though, it looked like they would get a victory of the more decisive variety.
After finally putting their differences aside enough to knock over New Day in a non-title win last Monday on Raw, Cesaro & Sheamus seemed on the verge of something big, though they kept on bickering backstage.

New Day, in contrast, perhaps underestimated their foes, starting the bout with Big E & Xavier Woods instead of the more battle-tested combo of Big E & Kofi Kingston.

The Swiss-Irish connection took advantage, picking on Woods with some reluctant, if effective, teamwork, that momentarily went right off the rails when Sheamus accidentally Brogue Kicked Cesaro while attempting to break up the Midnight Hour.

With The Swiss Superman seeing stars, Sheamus pulled out all the stops in rectifying his mistake, breaking up a Woods pinfall attempt and taking out all three members of New Day outside the ring.

He threw a recuperating Cesaro back into the ring and The King of Swing quickly trapped Woods in the Sharpshooter.

The Celtic Warrior even kept New Day at bay by attacking them with Francesca II, but illegal man Kingston’s Trouble in Paradise to the Irishman led the ref to throw the match out, nullifying what would have otherwise been a fateful tap-out from Woods.


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PostSubject: Re: Hell In A Cell 2016 - Full Results   Mon 31 Oct - 12:04

Charlotte Flair def. Sasha Banks to win the Raw Women’s Championship (Hell in a Cell Match)



History had its eyes on Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair at WWE Hell in a Cell.
Well, they did not throw away their opportunity.

In the first-ever WWE pay-per-view to be main-evented by a Women’s division match, The Boss and The Queen absolutely turned the world upside down with the Raw Women’s Championship hanging in the balance.

In grand fashion fitting of the milestone moment, The Queen was carried out to the ring on a litter by men adorned in gladiator uniforms before the Boston native Banks was driven in a decked-out Escalade.

Banks and Flair entered the ring where it would happen, clearly believing that the world, or Universe as it may be, was not big enough for the both of them.

As the Cell began to descend, though, Charlotte bombarded her before the unforgiving structure could fully close.

The two rivals then began to battle on the outside, taking it into the crowd and then to ringside, as Sasha, who was clinging to the Cell itself, was then ripped off the twisted steel and powerbombed through the announce table in a sight that had to be seen to be believed.

Banks bounced.
Like, legitimately bounced.

The Boss was incredibly worse for wear, with the officials pleading with her to stop the contest.
When Banks collapsed in pain, a stretcher was called for.

As they began to announce Charlotte as the new Raw Women’s Champion via forfeit, Banks rose straight up from the ashes like the phoenix.

And after defiantly taking out a few EMTs, she surged into the Cell and started taking it to The Queen with the fury of a hurricane.

The tide turned several times over, with Banks finding short, but effective, spurts of offense, until Flair used her strength to regain control.

Whether it be suicide dives, shots into steel chairs, doing their best Spider(wo)man impressions by jumping onto the Cell, or introducing tables into the mix, both Superstars managed to stay alive and continue on with the fight.

The clash reached its apex when Sasha set up a table in the corner and, after attempting to Powerbomb her through it, The Boss’ back gave out after all the damage she suffered through.

Charlotte then proceeded to viciously pelt Banks into the table two times over, and then connected with Natural Selection for the victory.

Wow.
Just wow.

The story of the night? Hell in a Cell doesn’t discriminate between the sinners and the saints.
Hometown heroes and fairytale endings be damned.

History will tell Charlotte’s story on this night, and deservingly so.
Although, if anything was clear as WWE Hell in a Cell went off the air, it was that these two women and the Women’s division at large would have many, many more stories to tell.


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