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WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Fernando on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 10:32 am

- The 2015 WWE Hell In a Cell Kickoff Pre-show opens up with Renee Young hyping tonight's pay-per-view. We see the Cell hanging above the ring. Renee is joined by Booker T, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton. Booker guarantees someone will get hurt tonight. We go back to Tom Phillips in the Social Media Lounge. He plugs the #HIAC hashtag and will have The Dudley Boyz with him later. Fans can submit questions with the #GetTheTitles hashtag. Renee hypes tonight's six-man match for the pre-show. They talk about Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker next. Graves believes this will be Taker's final match ever. Saxton goes with The Undertaker. We get a video for Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt.

- Booker predicts Wyatt will win while Saxton goes with Reigns. We get more hype for the pay-per-view and a "Rise Above Cancer" video. We go backstage to JoJo and WWE United States Champion John Cena. He hypes tonight's US Open Challenge and reveals it will be kicking off the pay-per-view. We go back to the panel and Graves predicts Baron Corbin will answer the challenge. Booker T says it will be someone from Cena's past. We see video from earlier today with WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens outside of the Staples Center. He rips sports, sports fans and Magic Johnson, while standing under a Magic statue. He's going to turn it into The Kevin Owens Show tonight, prove Ryback is a false idol and leave the King of LA. We get a video and more hype for tonight's WWE World Heavyweight Title match before going to another break.

Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro and Neville vs. King Barrett, Sheamus and Rusev

We go to ringside with Michael Cole, JBL and Jerry Lawler as fans are still filing into the Staples Center. They hype tonight's show as Dolph Ziggler makes his way out to a pop. Cesaro is out next, followed by Neville and they both get pops also. We see Stardust and The Ascension sitting in the crowd taunting Cesaro. Rusev is out first for his team. Sheamus is out last after King Barrett.

Sheamus and Neville start the match. Sheamus takes him to the corner but Neville comes back with kicks. Sheamus side steps but gets dropped with an enziguri. Cesaro tags in to a pop. He slams Sheamus and drops to the mat. Neville does a corkscrew off Cesaro's back. Cesaro covers Sheamus for a 2 count. Neville comes back in and Sheamus turns it around. Barrett tags in and beats Neville around, yelling at the referee. Rusev tags in and keeps up the attack on Neville. Rusev with kicks and a stomp. Sheamus tags back in and hits an uppercut. Neville fights back and counters a suplex. Ziggler tags in and unloads on Sheamus. Ziggler with a splash in the corner and a neckbreaker. Ziggler with an elbow drop. He nails Barrett and makes Rusev jump off the apron. Sheamus catches Ziggler but he turns it into a Fame-asser for a 2 count. Ziggler gets caught with a superkick while the referee is distracted and Sheamus covers for a 2 count. We go to break.

Back from the break and Barrett is in control of Ziggler. Barrett with knees to the back as he keeps Ziggler grounded. Ziggler gets leveled for a 2 count. Sheamus comes back in and keeps Ziggler in their corner. Rusev tags in and stomps away in the corner. Rusev with more offense and a 2 count before tagging Sheamus back in. Sheamus with another big slam and a headlock. Rusev ends up charging in the corner but Ziggler moves and he lands on the floor after hitting the ring post. Cesaro and Barrett tag in.

Cesaro takes out Barrett and Sheamus. Cesaro with a huge uppercut train and a big boot on Barrett. Cesaro gets a pop and a chant. Cesaro with a big cannonball to Sheamus on the floor from the apron. He drops Rusev next on the floor with a running uppercut. Cesaro runs around and goes to the top and hits a crossbody on Barrett for a close 2 count. Cesaro goes to Swing Barrett but Rusev runs in and he has to backdrop him out of the ring. Cesaro helps Neville leap out onto Sheamus and Rusev. Ziggler blocks a Bullhammer on Cesaro with a superkick. Cesaro hits the Swing on Barrett now. Neville follows up with a Red Arrow for the win.

Winners: Neville, Cesaro and Dolph Ziggler

- After the match, we get replays as they celebrate. Cesaro grabs a large "Cesaro Section" sign and brings it in the ring but holds the wrong side and we see a message that says, "Hi Dan," instead.

- Tom Phillips is backstage with The Dudley Boyz in the Social Media Lounge. They don't feel bad about Xavier Woods being out of action because he kept protecting his team. Tonight The New Day has to defend their titles straight up. Devon and Bubba Ray say they're leaving with the titles tonight.

- We go back to Renee and the panel. They show a commercial for WrestleMania 32 tickets and talk more about tonight's big main event. We go to a video package for the final battle between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker, and that's it for the pre-show.

- The 2015 WWE Hell In a Cell pay-per-view kicks off with a video package for tonight's WWE World Heavyweight Title match and the Cell matches. We're live from a sold out Staples Center in Los Angeles as the pyro goes off. Michael Cole, JBL and Jerry Lawler welcome us.

We go to the ring and out comes WWE United States Champion John Cena for his US Open Challenge. Fans start singing their own version of Cena's song as he hits the ring.

Cena says he had a horribly long and boring promo planned but he's ready to get down to business. Cena says he's still the man to beat and kicks off the special edition US Open Challenge. Jack Swagger's music hits and out comes Zeb Colter on a scooter.

Zeb has the music cut and the crowd was clearly expecting someone bigger. He says some people like Cena and some don't. Zeb says it's time for people from different backgrounds and different countries to come together. It's time for Cena to lose the United States Title to someone who will do more with it than Cena ever has. Zeb introduces Cena's opponent and out comes Alberto Del Rio to a big pop.

WWE United States Title Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena

Lilian Garcia does formal ring introductions and they lock up to go at it. Fans chant "welcome back" to Del Rio. Del Rio takes control early on as Zeb looks on. Cena comes back and kicks Del Rio as they go to lock up. Cena takes it to the corner with rights and lefts. Cena charges in the opposite corner but Del Rio side steps and sends Cena to the mat. Del Rio works on the arm now.

Cena dodges the move on the ropes from Del Rio and Del Rio flies out to the floor. They come back in and Del Rio catches Cena in a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a 2 count. Del Rio keeps control and goes to the top for a big right hand and a 2 count. Del Rio keeps Cena down and works on the arm. Cena fights back but Del Rio ends up hitting the running enziguri for a 2 count. Del Rio goes back to the top for another right hand and a 2 count. Del Rio prepares for a cross armbreaker but Cena nails a big clothesline. They get up and trade shots in the middle of the ring. Cena with shoulder tackles and slam. Cena calls for the Five Knuckle Shuffle and nails it. Del Rio slides out of the Attitude Adjustment and hits a Backstabber. Del Rio with a huge kick to the face for the win.

Winner and New WWE United States Champion: Alberto Del Rio

- After the match, Del Rio celebrates as Cena is down on his back in the ring. Del Rio shakes hands with Zeb and raises his arm at ringside. They leave together.

- We go backstage to Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and Seth Rollins. Triple H says that's how you start a show. Corporate Kane walks in and starts having words with Rollins. Triple H tells Kane his attendance isn't needed at this private meeting. Kane wishes Rollins good luck and says he will need it.

- We see the Cell being lowered around the ring as we go to a video package.

Hell In a Cell: Bray Wyatt vs. Roman Reigns

We go to the Cell and out comes Bray Wyatt by himself. Roman Reigns makes his way out through the crowd as Eden does the introductions.

They go at it and Reigns takes Wyatt to the corner with big shots. Wyatt fights back but Reigns takes back control and sends him to another corner. Wyatt comes right back with strikes and a headbutt. Reigns comes off the rope with a big right hand and Wyatt goes down. Reigns throws Wyatt across the ring. Reigns with another big throw out of the corner. Reigns goes for the Drive By but Wyatt blocks it. Reigns decks him any way. Reigns knocks Wyatt into the steel and then sends him flying into it. Reigns slams Wyatt into the steps next. Another whip into the steel.

Wyatt goes to suplex Reigns from the floor but Reigns fights hi off with a headbutt. Wyatt grabs a kendo stick and nails Reigns in the face. He comes in the ring with it and takes control. Wyatt beats Reigns around with the stick and takes it to the corner. Reigns fights back but Wyatt knees him, headbutts him and nails kidney shots with the kendo stick. Wyatt takes it to the floor and the match has slowed down. Wyatt sends Reigns into the Cell and goes back under the ring for a steel chair. He raises it but stops, puts it down and takes a seat. Wyatt beats Reigns with the kendo stick while sitting in the chair outside of the ring.

Wyatt jabs the chair and the kendo stick in the holes of the Cell so they're just sticking out. Reigns fights back but gets sent into the kendo stick, splitting it. Wyatt goes to work Reigns over but Reigns counters and sends Wyatt face first into the chair legs that were just sticking out of the Cell wall. Reigns sends Wyatt into the steel again. Reigns goes under the ring and brings out 2 kendo sticks. He unloads on Wyatt with them to a big pop. Reigns brings a table in the ring now. He smiles and says that's not enough then brings a second table into the ring.

Reigns nails a Drive By kick. He stands up tables on each side of the ring. Wyatt charges but Reigns fights him on the apron. Reigns goes to suplex Wyatt from the apron through the table at ringside but Wyatt counters and chokeslams Reigns through it. "Holy s--t" and "this is awesome" chants starts up. Wyatt brings Reigns back in for a 2 count. Wyatt with a senton for another 2 count. Reigns rolls to the floor but Wyatt follows and charges Reigns into the steel. Fans do dueling chants for Reigns now. Wyatt punches Reigns in the head while his head is against the ring post. Wyatt gets a table from under the ring now. Wyatt comes back in with more offense and a running knee to the head. Wyatt stands the table up in front of the corner. He takes Reigns to the top for a superplex through the table it appears. Reigns blocks it and they trade shots. Reigns with headbutts. Reigns drops down and powerbombs Wyatt through the table for a 2 count.

They finally get up. Reigns with clotheslines in the corner now. Wyatt goes for Sister Abigail out of nowhere but Reigns counters and rolls him up for 2. Reign comes right back with a Superman punch for a close 2 count. They both end up on the apron fighting again. Reigns hits a huge spear on the apron, knocking Wyatt way back and through a table at ringside. They both land hard. Another "this is awesome" chant starts as they struggle to get up. Reigns brings it back in the ring for a 2 count. Reigns waits for Wyatt to get up but runs into a big boot and Sister Abigail for a close 2 count.

Wyatt starts laughing as he gets up. He grabs the kendo sticks and smacks Reigns with them. Wyatt puts a stick in the top and middle turnbuckles so it's like two spikes sticking out of the corner. He brings Reigns over and tries to sends him face first but Reigns blocks it. Reigns beats Wyatt with one stick and sends him into the other spiked stick. Reigns hits a spear for the win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

- After the match, we get replays as Reigns celebrates. The referee checks on Wyatt but he rolls out of the ring as Reigns continues his celebration.

- We come back from a break and see actor Mark Wahlberg and Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top at ringside. The announcers show us Xavier Woods getting put through a table on RAW and that's why he won't be here tonight.

WWE Tag Team Title Match: The Dudley Boyz vs. The New Day

We go to the ring and out come WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and Big E, who is carrying Xavier's trombone. They're not happy about Xavier being out tonight. Big E says Woods' essence is in the trombone. They go on and are interrupted by the music as Bubba Ray Dudley and Devon Dudley make their way out.

Devon and Kofi go at it to start the match. Devon with a few big slams and a headbutt for a 2 count. Bubba comes in for the double clothesline and double elbow. Bubba runs into a kick from Kofi. Kofi goes to the top but Bubba cuts him off and slams him to the mat. Kofi rolls to the floor to regroup with Big E, who calls a time out. They come back in the ring and The Dudleyz botch a double team on Kofi to some boos. JBL calls it "butt ugly." Big E comes in and unloads on Devon now.

The New Day keeps Devon down in their corner with quick tags and lots of stomps. Big E sends Kofi into Devon with a dropkick before they dance some. Kofi with a DDT and more focus on Devon's arm. Big E ends up coming in with a big splash and a 2 count. Kofi tags back in and holds Devon's leg as Big E goes to the top for the "What's Up" headbutt but Devon kicks Kofi away. Bubba gets the tag and unloads on Kofi. Bubba with a big back drop. Big e comes in but eats right hands. Bubba with an elbow to the head and a slam. Bubba holds Big E's legs and dances over his face as Devon goes up top and hits the headbutt. Kofi ends up flying off the top and taking The Dudleyz down with a double dropkick. Kofi gets laid out and the referee catches Bubba with the trombone in his hand and Bubba begs not to get disqualified. The referee teases that he's going to call the match but doesn't. Devon tags in for a double team on Kofi and a close 2 count.

They prepare for the 3D but Big E runs in and nails Bubba from behind with the trombone while the referee has his back turned. Devon clotheslines Big E to the floor. Kofi nails Trouble In Paradise on Bubba for the win.

Winners: The New Day

- After the match, Kofi and Big E dance their way up the ramp as we go to replays.

WWE Divas Title Match: Nikki Bella vs. Charlotte

Eden informs us that everyone else is banned from ringside for this match. Nikki Bella is out first followed by WWE Divas Champion Charlotte. They go at it to start. Back and forth before Charlotte hits a neckbreaker. Charlotte mounts Nikki with right hands in the corner. Nikki brings her out for a powerbomb but Charlotte turns that into a hurricanrana. Charlotte keeps control until Nikki nails a big forearm. Nikki tosses Charlotte over the barrier. Charlotte fights back over but Nikki catches her. Nikki throws her into the barrier again and brings it in for a 2 count.

Nikki focuses on Charlotte's back and hits a snap suplex for a 2 count. Charlotte counters a move and hits chops. Nikki with a backslide for a 2 count. They trade holds but Nikki slams Charlotte's face into her knee for another 2 count. Nikki with a half crab now. Nikki keeps control until Charlotte hits a big boot out of nowhere for a 2 count. More back and forth. Nikki with a spinebuster and a 2 count. Nikki talks trash and smacks Charlotte around. Charlotte unloads with a bunch of chops for a pop. Nikki with an elbow. Nikki lands bad on her knee after missing a springboard kick and the referee checks on her. Charlotte with a neckbreaker and a 2 count.

Charlotte ends up hitting a big counter out of the corner and a spear. Charlotte locks in the Figure Eight but can't get the win. They end up on the floor and Nikki slams the back of Charlotte's head on the Edge of the apron pretty hard. Fans chant "holy s--t" as they come back in the ring. Charlotte gets the win with a Figure Eight.

Winner: Charlotte

- After the match, Paige and Becky Lynch run down to the ring to celebrate with Charlotte.

- Dean Ambrose congratulates Roman Reigns backstage. Reigns says it was hell but he loved it. Ambrose says now they both know what's next and Reigns agrees but says he wants to talk about it tomorrow. Ambrose says they will celebrate tonight.

- We get a video for tonight's last title match.

WWE World Heavyweight Title Match: Demon Kane vs. Seth Rollins

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins is out first followed by more pyro and Demon Kane. We get formal introductions from Lilian. If Kane loses this match, Corporate Kane will be relieved of his duties as Director of Operations.

They come face to face as Rollins yells about Kane being one person and he's not afraid. He shoves Kane and Kane unloads. Kane with big DDT and a leg. Rollins blocks Kane in the corner but goes to the top and gets knocked out to the floor. Kane sends Rollins into the announce table. Kane takes the Spanish announce table apart to a pop. Rollins goes back in the ring and fights Kane off. Rollins goes for a dive to the floor but Kane catches him by his head and drops him with a right hand. Kane keeps control and goes to the top but Rollins knocks him down. Rollins drops Kane's neck over the top and he falls to the floor. Rollins leaps out to the floor and takes Kane down.

Rollins with some more shots and a 1 count. Rollins uses the middle rope on Kane now. Rollins with a neckbreaker and a 2 count. Rollins with a headlock now. More back and forth until Rollins cuts Kane off again. Rollins taunts Kane, saying he's just a man. Rollins charges for another forearm but Kane runs over him. Kane misses in the corner and hits his face on the turnbuckle. Rollins goes to the top but Kane hits a right hand. Kane climbs up for a superplex and nails it. More back and forth. Rollins goes for a superplex on Kane now but Kane sends him face first to the mat. Kane comes off the top with a big shot on Rollins. Kane ends up blocking a Pedigree with a back drop. Kane nails a chokeslam for a close 2 count.

Kane goes for a Tombstone but Rollins slides out and goes to the floor. Kane follows and whips Rollins into the apron. Kane catches Rollins and slams him on the announce table. Kane takes apart the announce table now. Kane tosses Rollins over the table to JBL and Cole's feet. Kane climbs up on the table to chokeslam Rollins through it but Rollins slides out and powerbombs Kane onto the Spanish announce table. It does not break and Kane rolls to the floor, the table tips. a referee and trainers come out to check on Kane. Kane gets up at the 7 count and makes it back in at 9. Rollins was down in the ring and can't believe it.

Kane blocks another Pedigree and sends Rollins to the apron. He springboards in with a knee to the face. Rollins with another knee from the top but Kane is still trying to get up. Rollins with a pair of superkicks to the face to finally knock Kane flat on his back. Rollins goes to the top and hits a Frogsplash for a close 2 count. Fans chant "Eddie" for Eddie Guerrero. Rollins fights off another chokeslam and hits a Pedigree for the win.

Winner: Seth Rollins

- After the match, Rollins taunts Kane as he makes his exit with the title.

- We get another "Rise Above Cancer" video.

WWE Intercontinental Title Match: Ryback vs. Kevin Owens

WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens is out after Ryback. They start brawling on the floor to start the match. They come back in the ring and Ryback slams Owens. Owens slides out of a move and kicks Ryback in the gut but Ryback hits a long vertical suplex. Ryback charges in the corner but Owens moves and Ryback hits the ring post. Owens with some offense but Ryback slams him. Ryback sends Owens to the floor and follows.

Ryback ends up blocking a corner cannonball with a spinebuster Owens blocks a Meathook clothesline with a kick but Ryback catches that. Ryback powerbombs Owens for a close 2 count. Ryback goes to the top and Owens cuts him off. Ryback gets knocked out to the floor. Ryback barely makes it in before the 10 count and Owens rolls him up for 2 after a drop toe hold. Ryback blocks a pop-up powerbomb and floors Owens.

Ryback drops his straps and goes for Shellshocked but Owens grab the top rope and breaks the move. Ryback gets upset after a rake to the eyes. He goes after Owens and looks to be getting disqualified. Owens takes advantage, regroups and hits the pop-up powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Kevin Owens

- After the match, Owens quickly leaves with the title as Ryback recovers in the ring.

- We see the Cell being lowered around the ring as Cole sends us to a video package.

Hell In a Cell: Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker

We come back to the Cell and out comes Brock Lesnar with Paul Heyman for tonight's main event. Lilian does the introductions. The Undertaker is out next with his grand entrance.

Taker enters the Cell and the door is locked. They stare each other down and the crowd pops as Taker's music stops. They meet in the middle of the Cell and lock eyes. Lesnar smiles and then gets serious. Taker cuts his own throat but Lesnar laughs at him. The bell rings for these two for the last time and they size each other up. We get dueling chants. Taker with right hands. Lesnar with a knee to the gut and shots to the ribs. Lesnar with shoulder thrusts in the corner. Taker sends Lesnar into the corner and hits a clothesline. Taker with more shots in the corner. Lesnar turns it around with a knee in the corner. Lesnar goes for the first suplex but Taker sends him flying out of the ring.

Taker follows and Lesnar sends him into the steel. Taker blocks a F5 and sends Lesnar into the ring post but Lesnar gets his hand up and stops his head from hitting the post, or so it appeared as Lesnar is now bleeding from the top of his head. Taker sends Lesnar back into the steel and works him over. Lesnar fights back but Taker takes control as Lesnar's face is covered in blood. Heyman looks on as Lesnar slams Taker out of nowhere. Lesnar grabs a steel chair and smacks Taker over the back with it. Taker with more chair shots before collapsing in the corner. A trainer comes in to check on Lesnar and clean his face as fans boo.

Lesnar gets back up and they go to the floor. Lesnar with big chair shots to the face and head. Lesnar chokes Taker up against the steel with his boot. Lesnar whips Taker hard into the steel. Lesnar drops his gloves and goes bare fist now. Taker blocks a suplex on the floor and hits one of his own. Taker brings it back in the ring and drops Lesnar's throat into the top of a steel chair. Taker with elbows to Lesnar's forehead where the cut is. Lesnar ducks a clothesline and hits the first German suplex. Taker gets up and Lesnar hits another.

Lesnar with a third suplex. Lesnar waits for Taker and hits a F5 but Taker still kicks out at 2. The doctor comes back in to check on Lesnar but Lesnar sends him flying. Lesnar with another F5 on Taker for a 2 count. Fans chant "this is awesome" as Heyman screams orders. Lesnar throws part of the steel steps into the ring. Taker gets up and Lesnar nails him with the steps for another 2 count. Lesnar goes to slam the steel steps down onto Taker but he rolls out of the way. Lesnar smiles and goes to slam the steps again but Taker kicks them back. The steps hit Lesnar's head and both men are down now.

Taker catches Lesnar in Hell's Gate as Heyman throws a fit. Lesnar eventually fights out of the hold and pounds away on Taker. Lesnar snaps, pummels Taker and beats him up on the mat. Lesnar rips the canvas open and pulls the padding up as Taker sits up straight. Lesnar has exposed the boards under the ring. Taker grabs him and nails a chokeslam on the exposed ring. Taker slowly stands up as fans chant "this is awesome" again. Lesnar stumbles to his feet and Taker nails a Tombstone on the exposed boards. Lesnar stills kicks out at 2 for a big pop as Taker can't believe it.

Lesnar sits up on his knees and is wobbly. Taker stands and cuts his throat. Lesnar responds with a nasty low blow and Taker goes down. Lesnar laughs and nails a F5 on the boards for the win.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

- After the match, we go to replays as Lesnar gets to his feet. Taker is tying to recover on the mat. Lesnar stumbles out of the ring and is helped up the ramp by Heyman. Lesnar stares back at the ring and falls at the bottom of the ramp. Lesnar gets back up and leaves on his own while Taker is still down. Fans clap as Taker tries to sit up but can't. Taker finally sits up and slowly gets to his feet as a "thank you Taker" chant starts. Taker gets another big pop and finally stands straight up on his own. Taker goes to do his pose but the graphics hit and out comes The Wyatt Family - Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Erick Rowan and Luke Harper. The lights come on and Taker waits as they surround the ring. The Wyatts hit the ring and beat Taker down as fans boo. Braun unloads with knees as Harper and Rowan stomp. Wyatt barks orders. They hold Taker up as Wyatt stands in front of him. Wyatt says something and nails Taker a few times. Taker hits the mat and Wyatt stomps. Braun, Harper and Rowan carry Taker away from the ring as Hell In a Cell goes off the air.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dr Gregory House MD on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 11:13 am

I think everything on the show either delivered or over delivered, Apart from Cena vs Daniel Bryan's Non Union Mexican Equivalent which I thought was pretty disappointing given the standards Cena has set this year

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by DrDeath on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 11:21 am

Alberto Del RIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Bring back Ricardo!

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 2:04 pm

Del Rio: Boring then, boring now. Is WWE no longer racist? Do principles only matter when you are being given awful booking? Does this prove that leaving WWE is the best thing a midcarder can do - because you instantly become sexy to Vince. It was an awful match too, the worst part of a decent PPV.

Good finish, and JBL using the word b*stard a few times was weirdly good.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by TheCultOfPersonality on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 2:49 pm

Would have preferred Daniel Bryan as he could've even continued the open challenge. Del Rio is ok but the alliance with Colter just doesn't make sense at all.

Overall an OK show, the diva's had a good showiing as did Reigns/Wyatt. But Taker/Lesnar stole the show, I think the blood helped here and made it more intense. Good to see Lesnar get the win too.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by NickisBHAFC on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 3:38 pm

I thought it was a fantastic PPV, the last month of wrestling has been painful to watch so I'm hoping they can change it.

Gutted it was Del Rio that came out as he is so boring, and the alligence with Coulter is just stupid.

Reigns vs Wyatt was decent. Rightful winner in Reigns, really wished the fans would just get behind him. Most of his matches on PPV, usually lead to this is awesome chants anyway.

Tag team match was an awful finish. Hopefully the dudleys win in a tables match at survivor series.

Divas match was my favourite divas match I have seen for a long long long time. Niki bella looked absolutely outstanding as well!

Seth vs Kane was decent, Seth with a clean win. Him vs Reigns at SS I recon.

Ryback vs Owens did nearly put me to sleep I must admit.

Main event was class. The aftermath was brilliant, Wyatt family vs brothers of destruction.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Samo on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 5:01 pm

Fantastic overall show - typical bloody WWE.

I think im the only one that didnt mind Del Rio. It was a decent enough match and a clean pin - doesnt that make him like, only the 6th or something person ever?

Reigns vs Wyatt was as good as it could have been - it was always going to be held back a notch so that Taker and Lesnar could steal the show. It was still wholly enjoyable, these two work really well together. Interesting to see where Reigns and Ambrose go now, Tag titles?

Speaking of Tag Titles. Is that this feud over now? It was a relatively clean finish, despite some funny shenanigans. Seems odd to bring the Dudleys back and not give them a 10th tag title.

Nikki shone bright tonight, and I say that lightly. It was a good enough match, but still no where near the level of Banks vs Bayley.

Seth gets another win, and looked brilliant again tonight. A win against Kane doesnt mean too much these days, but a win is a win. I think we could get another match out of this feud.

I've been hot and cold on Ryback so many times I feel like a broken thermostat. Another win to put Owens over, but he needs better competition to help him shine, I just cant see who he's going to face next.

Main event was excellent. A brilliant way to end their story even it was just shy of bettering their first HIAC. For a guy who doesnt like getting punched in the face, Lesnar sure loves busting himself open the hard way. The only negative of this match was the Doctor. Nothing says Hell in a Cell better than stopping to let the doctor in.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 5:26 pm

and I have to say, both Taker and Lesnar dealt with the doctor brilliantly. They basically both told him to f off, and Lesnar pushing him is worth it. They let him do what he wanted but maintained kayfabe brilliantly. Utter pros. It was a compelling match with a good finish.

Reigns and Wyatt were brilliant.

I just really struggled with ADR. Never popular, heel or face? no context anyway, no interest in building someone new with the Challenge, not the end it needed and a baffling bit of hotshotting. Hispanic market suffering? Build Kalisto properly, who also fits into the young talent you can put over if you remember how to do that.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Adam D on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 5:33 pm

Would you have preferred for Rey Mysterio to have made a surprise appearance and win?

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Kay Fabe on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 5:34 pm

Was disappointed with Del Rio, I've struggled to really buy into him since he debuted in 2010, that being said I was absolutely dreading Daniel Bryan's music hitting, Cena has been booked like the big deal he is with that belt but Bryan wouldn't have, he'd have went to the 50/50 booking scheme the majority of guys are on and any hope for a Main Event run would have been clipped sharpish IMO.

Really enjoyed the PPV overall, the Brock/Taker Match was superb, loved the psychology to it, two guys who look and feel like legitimate big deals

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Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 5:37 pm

Adam D wrote:Would you have preferred for Rey Mysterio to have made a surprise appearance and win?

Depends if he was gagged and dressed like Mr Slave. I don't think he really developed his gimp gimmick far enough and I won't ever buy into his legacy until he does.

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Post by Dr Gregory House MD on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 5:46 pm

Got to say it's been a rough week for AAA losing ADR and Myzteziz/Mistico/Sin Cara that's 2/3s of their main event scene

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Post by Gregers on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 8:34 pm

I thought that was a great PPV, second behind Mania overall for me this year

Wyatt family looking properly dangerous is so good, ADR back is good (and he's got a manager again so we dont need to hear his 15 minute promos!), Owens won, very very good Divas match, New Day are fantastic

Now WWE... keep it up

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Post by Hero on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 9:49 pm

I don't think enough props have been given to Reigns and Wyatt on their match, think both put on a great display and for two guys that often need someone guiding them through a match they showcased a growing maturity.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Fernando on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 11:19 pm

WWE announced that a new No. 1 contender for Seth Rollins WWE World Heavyweight Championship will be determined on tonight's episode of RAW.

"Per The Authority, winners from last night's Hell in a Cell event will compete in a series of singles matches this evening, with the victors of those bouts going on to battle in a Fatal 4-Way Match in Raw's main event for the opportunity to challenge The Architect for his title in the future.

Who will be next to challenge "The Future of WWE" for the most illustrious prize in sports-entertainment? Rollins' new No. 1 contender will be decided live on Raw. The action begins at 8/7 C on USA Network! "

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Post by owen10ozzy on Tue 27 Oct 2015, 12:50 am

So that means Reigns, Del Rio, New Day, Owens, Ziggler, Cesaro & Neville...

I'll hedge my bets on Reigns becoming NO 1 Contender...can't see anyone else taking tha mantle...though would love to see Cesaro, Ziggler or Owens get an opportunity!

Cesaror & Owens are the two who I would love to see go over Brock when the time comes...they are the only two who I feel have that 'bad ass' legitimacy to them.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Prometheus on Tue 27 Oct 2015, 4:55 pm

I've only watched the ADR match so far. That is one of the poorest US matches we've had.

I've seen ADR get great receptions and work well outside WWE, but back in WWE he's just right back in the same mid-card spot with the same reception, doing the same moves. It is not very exciting.

But I guess in what has been a fairly bad year for AAA (e.g. Perro Jr dying, the travesty of AAAMania, etc.) losing their champion just about caps it all off for them.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Kay Fabe on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 9:34 am

Prom, I'm not sure we can just dismiss Del Rio right now, on his first night back he won the US Title and pinned John Cena clean, thats a rub not many ever get, I think as a debut or re-debut that's as good as it gets, that being said I think the audience where that meh to the Del Rio character by the time he left WWE last time that their just isn't much anticipation for him this time around.

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Post by Prometheus on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 9:39 am

Kay Fabe wrote:Prom, I'm not sure we can just dismiss Del Rio right now, on his first night back he won the US Title and pinned John Cena clean, thats a rub not many ever get, I think as a debut or re-debut that's as good as it gets, that being said I think the audience where that meh to the Del Rio character by the time he left WWE last time that their just isn't much anticipation for him this time around.

I've seen better reviews of his Raw performance (not watched that either). So, I can only go on what I've seen, but from HIAC for me there are two issues:

1) I've seen Cena work much better matches recently and also ADR. Maybe it was going out first, but this just didn't click. I think it was a 2.5* match, nothing that you could actually call bad, but very much a TV match and the ending just felt a bit like it came from nowhere.

2) Its the same ADR. Cena has, to a degree, moved on. He's been fighting people with a different move-set and he's adapted to that. ADR is away a year or so and its just back to where he was. That may not be bad if you like ADR, but I think it was a chance for him to come in with something a bit different.

I suspect that by the time Cena comes back, the US title will be back to how we thought of it before Cena's run.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Kay Fabe on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 10:22 am

I agree that without Cena the US Title will be far less relevent and I agree that Del Rio did nothing that he hasn't done before but then again he did nothing different from the guy who won the Rumble, MitB and the World Title, I just think from a starting point it doesn't get much better than beating Cena cleanly, even in his pomp in 2011 I couldn't see him going over Cena so strongly.

I'm not big on Del Rio but I think with Zeb Coulter it'd be interesting to see where they'll go with him before writing him off

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Post by Prometheus on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 10:25 am

I think what is interesting is that usually if you leave WWE you have to pay for it, and Vince will make you take some loses. The fact that ADR is not going through that suggests that WWE's need is greater than his. There are maybe a few reasons for this:
- getting one over on AAA by taking their champion
- WWE is desperate for a Mexican star to reach that community
- ADR may have some overhanging legal issue on how he left WWE
Or, I may be reading far too much into this.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Fernando on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 10:40 am

Not entirely sure that's the case if you leave and become a big thing Vince tends to just give you a title Laugh Rock ended Punk's reign, Lesnar ended Taker's streak, ADR ended Cena's US Reign. He likes his part timers (which is what ADR will be apparently)

Also Rusev popped his shoulder out on Main Event apparently.

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Post by Prometheus on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 10:45 am

Fernando wrote:Not entirely sure that's the case if you leave and become a big thing Vince tends to just give you a title Laugh  Rock ended Punk's reign, Lesnar ended Taker's streak, ADR ended Cena's US Reign. He likes his part timers (which is what ADR will be apparently)

Also Rusev popped his shoulder out on Main Event apparently.

Fair points. Not that I'd have ADR in the category of Lesnar and Rock, but fair points.

In fairness its probably best for Rusev if he can lay low for a month.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 10:54 am

He left WWE claiming they were racist, he was bound to get a push for coming back on their request.

His two wins so far have come with a kick to the side of the head and a double foot stomp to Neville whilst stuck on the turnbuckle. Interesting that he hasn't had to use his finisher like everyone else. I wonder if they are trying to move him away from having every match build to the armbar. They mentioned it on commentary so it's hard to say he might be moving on from the move in general, but it'd be nice if he had another string to his bow.

I'm not interested in him and I doubt I will be. That him and Zeb are making this run about a new nation called MexAmerica is utterly ridiculous. 

Funnily enough, I didn't feel like Del Rio was that good on Raw and that really it was all Neville's work.

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Post by Hero on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 11:08 am

For me the only ever redeeming feature of ADR was Ricardo, without him he's Mr Vanilla, above average in most areas but not excelling in any. If 'Meh' ever made it into the dictionary then it'd simply be accompanied by a photo of ADR.

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Post by Prometheus on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 11:25 am

Hero wrote:For me the only ever redeeming feature of ADR was Ricardo, without him he's Mr Vanilla, above average in most areas but not excelling in any. If 'Meh' ever made it into the dictionary then it'd simply be accompanied by a photo of ADR.

This is obviously wrestling, so money is usually what makes things happen.

But man, ADR (or AEP) appeared in LU and he hit a great promo, I mean I know we are talking an order of magnitude difference in the number of people who attend, but he blew the roof off the building. And he had a really, really good match against Johnny Mundo. It was like a whole new ADR that I'd forgotten existed, and now its like he's back to the ADR that I'd just rather forget does exist.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Prometheus on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 11:33 am

Prometheus wrote:
Fernando wrote:Not entirely sure that's the case if you leave and become a big thing Vince tends to just give you a title Laugh  Rock ended Punk's reign, Lesnar ended Taker's streak, ADR ended Cena's US Reign. He likes his part timers (which is what ADR will be apparently)

Also Rusev popped his shoulder out on Main Event apparently.

Fair points.  Not that I'd have ADR in the category of Lesnar and Rock, but fair points.  

In fairness its probably best for Rusev if he can lay low for a month.  

Just saw a report that Rusev tore his bicep, which sounds like a real owie.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 1:47 pm

Prometheus wrote:
Hero wrote:For me the only ever redeeming feature of ADR was Ricardo, without him he's Mr Vanilla, above average in most areas but not excelling in any. If 'Meh' ever made it into the dictionary then it'd simply be accompanied by a photo of ADR.

This is obviously wrestling, so money is usually what makes things happen.

But man, ADR (or AEP) appeared in LU and he hit a great promo, I mean I know we are talking an order of magnitude difference in the number of people who attend, but he blew the roof off the building.  And he had a really, really good match against Johnny Mundo.  It was like a whole new ADR that I'd forgotten existed, and now its like he's back to the ADR that I'd just rather forget does exist.  


The problem being in WWE he has to deliver more consistently. I really liked the beginning of his face turn, and I also think more credit should be given to him than he is offered when it comes to that Ziggler double-turn. But thats it.

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Post by Kay Fabe on Wed 28 Oct 2015, 1:50 pm

If anyone was in major need of an injury it was Rusev, at least this way it gifes the WWE  a good chance to get him off TV and allow the fans to forget about him without criticising them, in time they can reintroduce Rusev and Lana together again.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Prometheus on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 3:46 pm

Finally getting round to this PPV.  While Reigns and Wyatt both worked hard and hit a couple of spots, that must be the most boring, unnecessary HIAC match ever.  2.5*  

New Day are out now though, which is always a good thing, though I've practically zero interest in the Dudleys.  Well, yeah that was fun.  Nothing more than a TV match, but it was enjoyable enough.  2.5*
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 4:14 pm

Must disagree. That was a very good HIAC match and one that makes even more sense in the context of how the cell will be used later. The two of them needed a match like that in their storyline and in their careers. Think this is where my feelings towards story over match come in because I often feel like you have a different view.

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Post by Prometheus on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 4:25 pm

I've not seen the other cell match yet, but there was absolutely no point in making that a HIAC match. And the match itself was slow and plodding between two wrestlers who have little chemistry and require a more skilled opponent to get the best out of them. They worked hard, they took table spots, but that was one of the worst cell matches I've ever seen.
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Post by Samo on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 4:26 pm

Prometheus wrote:I've not seen the other cell match yet, but there was absolutely no point in making that a HIAC match.  And the match itself was slow and plodding between two wrestlers who have little chemistry and require a more skilled opponent to get the best out of them.  They worked hard, they took table spots, but that was one of the worst cell matches I've ever seen.

Bit harsh.

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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Prometheus on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 4:35 pm

Samo wrote:
Prometheus wrote:I've not seen the other cell match yet, but there was absolutely no point in making that a HIAC match.  And the match itself was slow and plodding between two wrestlers who have little chemistry and require a more skilled opponent to get the best out of them.  They worked hard, they took table spots, but that was one of the worst cell matches I've ever seen.

Bit harsh.

I don't think so. I'd be more forgiving if it was just another match, but I think a HIAC match should be the ultimate pay-off, a match you want to go back to in the future to remind yourself how heated a blood feud got and how it could be ended. I struggled to make my way through this match the first time out, and I'm pretty willing to bet that no-one is going to watch it again. It was boring, flat and a waste of lowering the cell.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 4:47 pm

It was one of the few times in the last few years you'd call for the Cell. And as many Cell matches have shown, spots are often necessary. Again, it makes much more sense in context of the other match because when you have two on the card you have to differentiate.

It should also have never been a technical affair. Not the way those two work and not what the story wants.

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Post by Prometheus on Sat 14 Nov 2015, 4:55 pm

We'll happily agree to differ on this.  But I don't see anyone remembering that feud in 9 months time.  I'm clearly not a fan of the work of either wrestler, putting them together was always unlikely to be a meeting that would hold very little interest for me.  I thought at least we might have seen the intensity of the HIAC give some pay-off.

In other news, Rollins really worked hard in that Kane match.  I've been really critical of how he's been booked as champion, but he's in the top 3 WWE workers, they will miss him.  I'd give that 3.5*

Seems like some time was cut from the Ryback / Owens fight because that never really started.  2*

I think it must be Undertaker / Lesnar next.  I'm looking forward to this.  Am hoping it delivers, because so far this is one of WWE's poorer PPVs this year. And that was the opposite of the Reigns / Wyatt match. I was hooked into it, there was real intensity and a genuine feel that this was a cell match. I'm not such a fan of Lesnar bleeding so early (whether blading or the hardway, we've seen him do it before), but that would be a small moan. 4*

Still, one of the weaker WWE PPVs this year IMO.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Crimey on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 4:47 pm

I can't believe you've given Rollins/Kane 3.5*, it was dreadful! Yet are saying the Reigns/Wyatt match was really bad and forgettable. That's honestly madness. I thought that the feud's natural escalation made sense for it to end in a Cell. We saw the initial match, Wyatt cheat to win, then them having a feud with added people, before finally settling one on one in a setting that ensured it would be one on one. It wasn't a technical classic, but it was brutal, it told a good story and I thought both men came out of it looking good. I actually thought it was a better match than Undertaker/Lesnar and the build up made the Cell match much more necessary. Undertaker/Lesnar should have had, especially considering the violent and angry build up to Summerslam, but they put no effort into making the Cell match be a big deal on Raw.

Rollins/Kane was a really, really bad match. I'd struggle to even give it a single star to be honest. It was slow, it was boring and the result was never in doubt. It proved completely why it was stupid to put Kane against Rollins in the first place, it gave nothing to anybody. Rollins looked poor, Kane looked old, slow and weak and the viewers had to sit through it. I mean you can try and give plaudits for Rollins for actually completing a full match I suppose? I actually think this highlighted what Rollins can't do yet, which is create a good match out of a bad situation which marks out the great from the good.

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Post by Prometheus on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 5:01 pm

I posted that a mere 3 days ago.  And you know what?  I can't remember anything about the match now.  So, I'll take the criticism that I over rated the match.  At the time I thought that Rollins worked hard and it was as good as a Kane match was going to be in 2015 and I was kind of into it.  But a couple of days later, its had zero impact on me.  Couldn't go to the dud level though.  As I said somewhere I think this was one of WWE's poorest PPVs of the year and I can't imagine myself ever watching anything from it again to reappraise a rating I gave any of the matches.

What I meant about the Reigns / Wyatt Cell stipulation was more than I didn't think they really used the cell, rather than it shouldn't have been in a cell.  If you are going to be in a cell, work the cell hard.  Otherwise, have a no DQ match, or ban anyone from coming to ringside.  And I don't buy the idea of "it has to be different to the other cell match".  Well don't book two cell matches on one card.  Simples.

EDIT: I should probably add that this PPV led to me cancelling my Network subscription (again). I've still got Survivor Series and I'm actually looking forward to that. But, it took me a good while to get round to watching HIAC and that's fairly representative of my interest in WWE right now. I'll be back for Mania, but till then I'm going to spend my wrestling pocket money elsewhere.
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Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 6:33 pm

I'm sorry, but you're being obstinate. You have to book the two differently, and you have to book many wrestling matches differently on cards, and there are capabilities from the Cell to do two (or more) different types of matches.

If you go by kayfabe, the Cell is a big deal. And thats the point, the feud needed an ending so you time it with the Cell. It was different to why Taker and Lesnar were in the Cell too, although based on "ending".

I don't think you were going to allow yourself to like your match regardless.

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Post by Dr Gregory House MD on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 7:23 pm

Tbh I'm completely the other way on the cells, I much preferred the Reigns v Wyatt, I felt they had heat and some neat spots plus the finish was exciting, Lesnar & Taker got by on punching & Bleeding, plus they did the nonsensical ripping the mat spot that people rightly ripped Bully Ray and TNA for a few years back, not saying either match was a classic but the Reigns/Wyatt cell was the superior of the 2 for me

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Post by Hero on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 7:33 pm

I'm with House on this, for me Wyatt v Reigns was a great match especially when both guys have needed their hands held at times through PPV matches yet here they didn't have someone to lead the match yet it was well paced, told a story and engaged the fans.

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Post by Prometheus on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 7:48 pm

Debate is good, right?

I've just taken a look at Meltzer's ratings and also 411s
Reigns / Wyatt 3.75:3.75*, Rollins / Kane 3.5:1.5*, Brock / Taker 4.25:4*

So, it seems everyone rated Reigns / Wyatt higher than I did. And a big divide on that Rollins / Kane match. Opinons, huh? All I know is that the experience of watching HIAC was good for me, because it made me watch a load of PWG after and that's almost all been off the scale.
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Post by Hero on Tue 17 Nov 2015, 8:27 pm

For me it was a coming of age match for the pair, not having someone carrying them through it and they were rose to the challenge.

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Post by Dr Gregory House MD on Wed 18 Nov 2015, 12:37 am

How in the blue hell are people giving Lesnar/Taker 4+ stars, it's 3.5 at best

I agree with around 3.75 with the Reigns/Wyatt cell

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Post by Dolphin Ziggler on Wed 18 Nov 2015, 7:35 am

I still preferred Lesnar/Taker. They didn't put a step wrong and told a story with everything they did.

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Post by Prometheus on Wed 18 Nov 2015, 9:35 am

I'll admit that I'm a sucker for Heyman. If I were at a carnival he'd have every last cent out of my pocket and probably my shirt too before I left. But, I did feel there was something special about this last meeting of Brock and Taker. I don't really know why because they didn't have this massive long history, but it just felt like 2 of the biggest (both physically and name wise) guys in a cell together, fighting for the last time was this big thing. Heyman pitched it and I bought in, hook, line and sinker. And so I was in there, 100% invested in this from the bell. And that's what I really really look for in a match the one where I'm sat on the edge of my seat, can't take my eyes off it.
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Re: WWE Hell In A Cell Results

Post by Crimey on Wed 18 Nov 2015, 4:59 pm

I thought their Summerslam match had a much better build up, the Hell in a Cell build up was really, really poor by comparison. When Undertaker appeared at Battleground, I enjoyed the moment itself, but was not looking forward to their match and feud. Then over the next few Raws they sucked me in, made me look forward to their match, told a great, brutal story, they sold the match. Then the match was good, I thought the ending was good as it showed the desperation of the Undertaker, the endurance of Lesnar and left it open for more. Then when they announced the next match I was pretty excited, until nothing happened. The feud didn't escalate, they were at each other's throats for Summerslam and by all logic Lesnar should be really annoyed by the way the last match ended but I didn't feel it. Every week went by with no build up I lost my interest in the match, and this is from a big Lesnar and Undertaker fan. I think WWE didn't think it needed the effort to build up as Lesnar/Undertaker part III should sell itself, but it didn't. The match was good but because of how lazily the build up was, I didn't believe the hatred, it felt like they were both bored of their feud in kayfabe after Summerslam.

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Post by Samo on Wed 18 Nov 2015, 7:39 pm

Agreed with Crimey. The fact the match was announced during a commercial as part of a 'Tour' on a Network special and neither man appeared on RAW until the week before the PPV sucked me out of it.

It was still a hell of a match though.

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