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WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 Results: Power Ranking Every Match at PPV

Posted by Aaron Bower On October - 31 - 2016
Raw upped its game in the brand war on Sunday night with a solid, exciting and entertaining Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. The red brand stuck to its guns and trusted Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair to headline the show inside the PPV's eponymous structure, and they certainly didn't disappoint. The three matches inside Hell in a Cell were backed up by solid encounters from start to finish, and the whole show sets up an intriguing for Raw's biggest names. The following is a ranking of all seven matches on the main show, assessing which ones caught the imagination and which felt more like ...
The most dangerous structure in professional wrestling was at the center of Sunday's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, and with championships up for grabs in three massive cage bouts, the WWE Universe took to Twitter to express its excitement and frustration with the Raw brand's latest WWE Network offering. Which Superstars, matches and moments garnered the most publicity on the social media platform? Take a look.     Roman Reigns Inside the Cell The night's proceedings kicked off with Roman Reigns battling Rusev inside Hell in a Cell, the United States Championship up for grabs. Reigns, as he did back at Night of Champions, emerged victorious ...
WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 took on a theme of history. Given the talent, the unprecedented women's Hell in a Cell match and the first-ever women's match to headline a pay-per-view, Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks was special before either woman set foot in the ring. The occasion was rightfully celebrated with grand entrances that matched the pageantry of a WrestleMania match. Unfortunately, the match itself underwhelmed. WWE used an unnecessary false start, where hometown favorite Banks was stretchered out, only to make a triumphant return. The spot seemed out of place for a crowd that was hot and eager to ...

WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 Winners: Biggest Stars of the Night

Posted by Kevin Wong On October - 31 - 2016
On paper, the prospect of a Hell in a Cell pay-per-view sells itself: three main events, unforgiving steel on all sides and the potential for massive, frightening, career-shortening spots. But there are several factors that work against this PPV every year. First, there's the timing. A Hell in a Cell match, at least in the late '90s and early '00s, was the blow-off to a feud. On Sunday, there were three scheduled Cell matches, but only one of them—Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair—had the requisite heat to justify the stipulation. The second factor is the violence, or lack thereof. WWE loves showing off ...
Charlotte made history on Sunday night at Hell in a Cell, beating Sasha Banks to become WWE Raw women's champion for the third time. It was the first women's match in WWE history contested inside Hell in a Cell and the first women's match ever to be the main event of a main-roster pay-per-view. WWE shared a photo of Charlotte after her big win: Before the match began, Charlotte brutally attacked Banks, causing her to be placed on a stretcher. But just when it appeared Banks couldn't compete, she got off the stretcher and the match officially commenced.  After a match featuring plenty ...

WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 Review: Top Highlights and Low Points

Posted by Anthony Mango On October - 30 - 2016
Every WWE event comes with its fair share of promotional grandiosity, but Sunday's Hell in a Cell 2016 may have been in a league of its own. Typically, the "Big Four" pay-per-views of the year—Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam and Survivor Series—are the ones surrounded by the most pomp and circumstance, yet this B-level Raw showcase was advertised as something special. WWE built this show as a three-match card in more ways than one, seemingly putting all of its eggs in those baskets. Not only was this marketed as having a triple main event on its own, but all three of those bouts were ...
Cesaro and Sheamus overcame their differences to beat The New Day on Sunday night at Hell in a Cell, but they did not end their 400-plus-day reign as WWE Raw tag team champions due to the DQ finish. WrestlingINC.com broke down how the match ended:  WWE Universe captured Cesaro and Sheamus' reaction after realizing they would not become the new tag team champions:  Cesaro tweeted a brief message after the loss:  After vanquishing Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson in a feud that lasted several weeks, the triumvirate of Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods was in need of new challengers for the titles ...
Brian Kendrick defeated T.J. Perkins Sunday night at Hell in a Cell to become WWE cruiserweight champion for the first time. Kendrick sold a knee injury to lure Perkins in before head-butting him and locking in the Captain's Hook. The WWE Universe shared a photo of Kendrick celebrating the win:  SmackDown GM Daniel Bryan congratulated Kendrick on Twitter:  Bleacher Report's Chris Mueller provided his take on the match, which featured a less than enthusiastic crowd:  After winning the Cruiserweight Classic and being presented with the cruiserweight title, Perkins was called up to Raw and tasked with taking on Kendrick, who won a Fatal 4-Way match to ...
Kevin Owens successfully retained the WWE Universal Championship Sunday night by defeating Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match. The WWE Universe broke down how the match ended: The Hell in a Cell aspect of the match was on full display, as Bleacher Report's Ryan Dilbert noted:  Chris Jericho snuck inside the cage to help out his buddy Owens, and after the match was over, he hit Rollins with a codebreaker (via WWE Network):  Black Sports Online's Robert Littal is already looking forward to a match between the two down the line:  Aaron Oster of the Baltimore Sun provided his initial take on ...
Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson got back on track Sunday at WWE Hell in a Cell, defeating Enzo Amore and Big Cass in a tag team bout. WWE Network shared a photo of the winners celebrating after the match:  WrestlingINC.com provided its initial take on the match:  After failing on numerous occasions to win the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship from The New Day, Gallows and Anderson refocused their attention elsewhere in the division by taking aim at arguably the most popular duo in the company. The former Club members attacked Enzo and Cass while they were cutting a promo on Raw, which led to ...

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