Believe it or not, WWE has made it to its final pay-per-view without fans in attendance. Meaning, it is the final inside the WWE Thunderdome. It will be the Hell in a Cell event, which will have two matches contested inside the structure. Here is the Hell in a Cell results with analysis for the main event of the night.
Hell in a Cell Results & Match Ratings (6/20/21)
Kickoff — Mandy Rose vs. Natalya
Rating: 1.00 (*)
— SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Bayley inside Hell in a Cell
Winner: Bianca Belair
Rating: 3.25 (***1/4)
— Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins
Winner: Seth Rollins
Rating: 3.25 (***1/4)
— Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler
Winner: Alexa Bliss
Rating: 0.00 (N/A)
— Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
Winner: Sami Zayn
Rating: 3.50 (***1/2)
— Raw Women’s Championship: Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair
Winner: Charlotte Flair (Disqualification)
Rating: 3.00 (***)
— WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre inside Hell in a Cell
Winner: Bobby Lashley
Rating: 4.00 (****)
Hell in a Cell Results: In-Depth Match Analysis
WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre inside Hell in a Cell
Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre have yet to have a bad match since feuding, dating back to last year really. These two just get it. They know that they are not going to have a technical classic, but instead a brutal war in and out of the match. When adding the Hell in a Cell aspect, that is really a game-changer. From the opening bell, these two did everything in their power to destroy the other and from a viewer’s standpoint, that’s all you could ask for. McIntyre fought and at many times looked to be the one in control, something not expected as the babyface of the match. But what this showed was that Lashley could take anything McIntyre gave.
Battered and bruised were these two by the time we reached the halfway point. Every single time it felt as though McIntyre was going to win, Lashley survived. MVP would get involved once the original referee got wrecked by a steel chair. That would have a major effect on how this one would go in the end. McIntyre awaited the final Claymore shot to put Lashley out, but MVP would grab the foot of “The Scottish Psychopath,” allowing “The All Mighty” to roll McIntyre up to defend his title and end any hope for McIntyre in winning the title while Lashley is champion. This was everything a fan can ask for in a physically exciting main event.
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