The WWE returned to pay per view with Sunday’s Hell in a Cell, where a title changed hands and a total of 8 matches were booked. Overall, the three plus hours moved along with some standout moments. Somewhere in that mix of ordinary, five wrestlers left Hell in a Cell as real winners.
Hell in a Cell play by play coverage is now online. Two of the most dangerous wrestlers in WWE history stepped into hell in a cell to end their battle. Lesnar emerged the victor and is now the man to beat as the WWE ring is his yard. There were so many choices to be John Cena’s opponent at Hell in a Cell and they all made sense. Then, Alberto Del Rio entered the arena and everyone was in shock, with most of the crowd behind the returning Mexican star. The Undertaker didn’t leave Hell in the Cell with the victory or improve his record inside the structure. He did show that he’s one of the toughest individuals on the WWE roster and has a legacy people will never forget. Usually, New Day needs all three of them to win a match. They beat The Dudley Boyz with only Kofi Kingston & Big E, while still entertaining the crowd on the mic and in the ring. With the impressive win over Bray Wyatt, Roman Reigns’ nightmare looks to be over. With WrestleMania nearing, it’s time for the WWE to start pushing Reigns as a top candidate to claim the belt.