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WWE Hell In A Cell 2016 Results, Live Updates

Charlotte defeated Sasha Banks (c), New Day (Big E and Xavier Woods) (c) defeated Sheamus and Cesaro by disqualification, Brian Kendrick defeated TJ Perkins, Kevin Owens (c) defeated Seth Rollins, The Club defeated Enzo Amore and Big Cass, Bayley defeated Dana Brooke, Roman Reigns (c) defeated Rusev
Updated: 31 October 2016 09:21 IST - Published: 30 October 2016 10:16 IST

One of the writers of the show just made the list. Jericho's on a rampage.


Owens goes to look through Jerry Lawler's phone and Renee warns him "I wouldn't do that if I were you." Read between the lines.


Cesaro and an unnamed cameraman just made the list!


Renee Young just made the list as Owens and Jericho come on Raw Talk!


Booker T just referred TJ Perkins as TJ Parker....umm.


Booker T acknowledge's that the WWE Universe has been booing Roman Reigns for the last year or so. What alternate reality is this?


An incredible PPV with a historic main event that saw Charlotte crowned as 3-time Women's Champion. That's it from Hell In A Cell 2016. Join us tomorrow night for our live coverage of Raw.

Stick around for updates from the first episode of Raw Talk.


Sasha Banks (C) vs Charlotte (for the Raw Women's Championship)

History is about to be made. Sasha and Charlotte are about to become the first women to enter Hell In A Cell and also main event a WWE PPV. Charlotte enters first carried to the ring like an empress. She's followed out by Sasha Banks, in a rework of Sasha's NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn entrance as she's accompanied to the ring by bouncers and an SUV.

There have been 35 previous Hell In A Cell matches and two women are about to enter the structure for the first time and none too soon.

The hometown girl, Sasha Banks, is the overwhelming favourite tonight and expect some incredible false finishes in the upcoming match. This whole moment feels surreal fo those of us followed the Women's revolution from the days of NXT before the Four Horsewomen exploded, This is just the next step in the evolution of women's wrestling. 

Charlotte blindsides Sasha Banks as the Cell is on its way down. Charlotte sends Sasha face first into the announcer's table with the Cell halfway down and Sasha and Charlotte proceed to brawl in the crowd. Sasha tossed Charlotte back to ringside as the Cell is finally down. 
The Boss gets the announcer's table ready as Charlotte tries to climb the cell!!!

Sasha joins her and throws her down, Charlotte catches Sasha in a bad spot and powerbombs her through the Spanish announcer's table!

The match hasn't even officially started yet and we've already seen a brawl in the crowd, Charlotte try to climb the cage and a broken announcer's table.

The referee is helping Sasha who can barely stand as the referee calls for EMT's. The doctor is on the verge of putting a neck brace on Sasha as Charlotte keeps on screaming for her title.

As Charlotte was about to be awarded the title because Sasha couldn't compete, Sasha fought officials and enters the ring. She sends Charlotte face first into the cell and hammers her with fists.

Charlotte doesn;t look like she's enjoying the cell anymore but she does manage to send Sasha face first into the ring post. Charlotte follows it up with a Monkey Flip on Sasha sending her back first into the dreaded cell. Charlotte drags Sasha into the ring and follows it up with repeated knees to the back followed by a flurry of suplexes.

Sasha manages to hit back with a Back Stabber followed by a Banks Statement but Sasha couldn't get any real force behind the move. Charlotte powers out and throws Sasha out of the ring and takes out a steel chair. As Charlotte was about to re-enter the ring Sasha hit her with two baseball slides followed by a plancha straight into the cell, doing as much damage to her opponent as to herself.

Sasha now has the chair and sets it up in the ring. Both women try to utilize the chair but both failed as Charlotte delivers repeated chops to Sasha in the corner. Sasha took advantage while Charlotte gloated and sent her face first onto the chair. Charlotte follows it up with a backbreaker onto the chair. That looked devastating.

Charlotte follows it up with a modified Bow and Arrow submission hold on the ring post. As Charlotte stood gloating, Sasha kicked her in the head, sending her into the cell. Sasha then ran at Charlotte who alley-oop-ed her onto the cell but Sasha held on, only to jump back onto Charlotte to deliver the double knees. Sasha follows it up with the double knees right into the cell...TWICE!

Sasha drags Charlotte back into the ring and delivers the triple vertical suplexes in tribute to her hero Eddie Guerrero as chants of "Eddie" break out. Sasha follows it up with a Frog Splash!! Just a nearfall. Undeterred, Sasha locks in the Banks Statement but Charlotte reaches the ropes.

Sasha now has Charlotte on the ropes in position for her trademark corner double knees. Sasha sets up the chair underneath Charlotte before delivering the double knees, driving her rib cage into the steel.

A desperate Charlotte smashed Sasha's face into the steel steps to gain back some form of control. With Sasha down, Charlotte takes out a table as the crowd explodes. What an incredible main event this has been.

Charlotte climbs onto the apron and is looking for a superplex onto the table but Sasha thankfully blocks. Sasha then just kicks Charlotte through the table who goes crashing through it. Sasha then gets Charlotte back in the ring and goes for the cover but only gets a nearfall as Charlotte tries to claw her way away.

Sasha now reaches under the ring and takes out a table of her own but Charlotte smashes the table into her throat as she tried to get it into the ring. Charlotte sets the table up inside the cell as Sasha is sprawled outside.

Sasha crawls back into the ring but Charlotte delivers a big boot followed by the Figure 8! Will Sasha tap? No!! Sasha has a chair! She unloads on Charlotte's hip and abdomen. WHAT AN INSANE MATCH!

Charlotte screams "You will respect me at Sasha" who replies with repeated forearms to Charlotte's face. Sasha tries to lock in a Banks Statement but Charlotte replies with a triple backbreaker.

Charlotte now lays Sasha on the table before repeatedly salpping her and telling her to bow down. Charlotte now heads to the top rope and goes for a moonsault but Sasha gets up and disbalances her beore repositioning the table.

Sashsa's going for a powerbomb but her back gave out and Charlotte throws her like a rag dool onto the table over and over again.

Charlotte hits a Natural Selection!

Charlotte covers Sasha. 1 - 2 - 3! Charlotte wins! What the hell just happened!?? No one saw that coming!

Charlotte def. Sasha Banks (to become the new RAW Women's Champion)


The New Day (C) vs Sheamus and Cesaro (for the Raw Tag-Team Championships)

The New Day come out first and hilariously berate Sheamus and Cesaro in an usually excellent pre-match promo. Let's also not forget that Boston is Kofi's hometown. Kofi addressed the crowd, speaking about his kayfabe Jamaican roots following which The New Day say that the only things that Sheamus can sponsor are garbage, trash cans and dumpsters that are on fire as they whip the crowd into chants of "Shame".

Big E and Xavier Woods will be defending the championships tonight as Woods and Cesaro start us off. Woods has an impressive start to the match as he delivers a sweet hurracanrana followed by a dropkick, Sheamus cheapshots Woods but Cesaro doesn't look like he fully approves as Cesaro tags him in.

Cesaro looks to be in a worse mood than usual as he throws Woods into the barricade before rolling him into the ring and tagging Cesaro in. The duo rotate tag following each uppercut to Woods in the corner before Xavier Woods manages a backslide on Sheamus but Sheamus kicked out.

Sheamus follows this up with an Irish Curse Backbreaker after which he tags Cesaro back in who begins the uppercut train. Woods, however, hits back with a dropkick that leaves Cesaro groggy.

We get a double tag as Big E comes in and cleans house. Big E powerbombs Sheamus as Woods launches himself over the top rope into Cesaro. Sheamus hits back with a tilt-a-whirl slam but only gets a 2-count.

Big E tags in Woods who goes for a crossbody but Sheamus rolls it into a cover of his own followed by a White Noise. Sheamus tags Cesaro in who goes for the Cesaro swing. Woods reaches the ropes and hits Cesaro before delivering a superkick to Sheamus. Elbow drop to Cesaro from the top rope but now Cesaro is incensed. He repeatedly hits Woods with uppercuts before hitting the Cesaro Swing.

Cesaro goes the Sharpshooter but Big E comes in and delivers a Belly-to-Belly suplex. Sheamus comes in as New Day go for the Midnight Hour and Sheamus goes for a Brogue kick. HE HITS CESARO BY MISTAKE.

Woods goes for the cover but Sheamus breaks it up. Cesaro now locks in the Sharpshooter to Xavier Woods as Cesaro attacks Big E on the outside with a trombone. The referee turns around as Kofi hits Cesaro with the Trouble In Paradise which leads to New day getting DQ-ed just as Xavier Woods taps.

Cesaro and Sheamus win by DQ which means no title change.

Cesaro and Sheamus def. The New Day (BY DQ)


TJ Perkins (C) vs Brian Kendrick (for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship)

The Cruiserweight Championship match is up next with TJ Perkins taking on his old mentor Brian Kendrick. Kendrick has been demanding that Perkins 'let' him win tonight which is an interesting facet going into this match.

The bell rings and we begin with some fast paced grappling. Kendrick tries to take the fight to Perkins but the much younger Perkins matches him move for move much to Kendrick's frustration.

Perkins is step ahead of Kendrick so far as he goes for the Wrecking Ball Dropkick. Kendrick moves out of the way and boots Perkins in the face to take the advantage. Kendrick has Perkins in a headlock as he looks to slow down the pace as Perkins hits neckbreaker to power out.

Perkins then hits a dropkick to Kendrick's knee before hitting a missile dropkick to the back of Kendrick's head as TJ looks to pick up the pace.

Kendrick, however, hits a back body drop followed by a Captain's Hook submission as Brian Kendrick looks to force TJP to tap. TJP reaches the ropes.
Kendrick follows it with an attempted Sliced Bread #2 but one awkward landing later he looks to be favouring his knee for some reason.

TJP looks concerned as the crowd boos. TJP looks to help Kendrick to his feet but Kendrick headbutt's him. He suckered TJP in!

Kendrick has the Captain's Hook locked in and TJ Perkins has no choice but to tap!

Brian Kendrick def. TJ Perkins

Brian Kendrick fakes an injury to become Cruiserweight Champion.


Kevin Owens (C) vs Seth Rollins (for the WWE Universal Championship)

Kevin Owens looks pumped up as he enters the dreaded steel cell for the first time in his career. He's followed out by 'the man' Seth Rollins. 

The duo face off in the middle of the ring and this one has a big match feel to it. Who will leave as champion tonight? My heart says Owens but my head says Rollins. Let's find out.

Owens goes to look for weapons as soon as the bell rings but Rollins cuts him off and sends him face first into the cell. The two of them then trade chops before Rollins sends Owens crashing into the steel again. Rollins rolls Owens back inside the ring and hits him with a Slingblade for a 2-count.

Rollins is in control during the early stages of this match as he works on Owens in the corner. A kick to the gut from Owens as he looks to regain control but Rollins hits Owens with a neckbreaker from the middle rope for another 2-count.

Rollins rolls outside and has set up a table outside the ring before he re-enters the ring and works on Owens in the corner. Owens powers out and Irish Whips Rollins viciously into the corner. He follows it with not one but two Senton's right onto Rollins' injured back. A vindictive Owens drags Rollins outside the ring and sends him face first into the cell before tearing the tape of his injured back before sending him face first into the cell again, followed up with a shoulder barge into the ring post.

Owens follows this up by taking a moment to show off to the crowd before he rolls Rollins back into the ring to cover him for a 2-count before launching Rollins straight out of the ring and face first into the cell. That was AWESOME! KO joins Rollins at ringside and sends him face first into the Cell repeatedly before rolling him back into the ring.

Owens is back in the ring surveying the damage as he hits Seth Rollins with a Cannonball. Rollins rolls outside the ring and crawls against the cell looking for leverage. Owens is in no mood to give Rollins respite and he hits a cannonball right there against the cell.

Owens gets Rollins back into the ring and goes for a pop-up powerbomb but Rollins hits Owens with a Superkick which Owens follows up with a lariat in an incredible segment. Owens is now setting two tables up outside the ring, in a unique way. One's set up on the floor while the other is set up against the cell directly on top of it as Owens looks to out architect the 'Architect'.

Rollins hits Owens with a desperate DDT onto the apron and stuns Owens for a second before hitting him with repeated planchas. Owens hits Rollins with a fire extinguisher before accidentally spraying the referee. CHRIS JERICHO runs out amongst the confusion and locks himself up with Owens and Rollins inside the cell.

Is a huge turn coming? It must be.

Rollins runs into Jericho and he goes face first into the cell as Owens delivers a package slam for a nearfall. Owens heads to the top rope but Rollins meets him there and pushes Owens off before hitting him with a glancing knee before he Pedigree's the interfering Jericho. Owens takes advantage with a Superkick before looks for a Powerbomb. Rollins counters with an enzeguiri before going for a Powerbomb of his own.


Rollins follows it up with a Frog Splash and goes for a pinfall but Jericho pulls the referee away! What a match!

Rollins takes his ire out on Jericho now and sends him face first into the cell before powerbombing (sort of) him into the cell. As Rollins walks back into the ring Owens hits him with a Superkick. He follows it up with a Pop-Up Powerbomb! 1 - 2 - Rollins kicks out at 2 and a half!

An incensed Owens just unloads on Rollins, hitting him repeatedly. Jericho hands Owens a chair and Owens continues unloading on Rollins.

Rollins somehow counters and hits both Jericho and Rollins with a chair before Owens DDT's him onto a steel chair.

Owens now sets up twi steel chairs next to each other and Powerbomb's Rollins right through it. This one looks like it's over.

1 - 2 - 3.....KO retains the Universal Championship. Rollins couldn't kick out again.

Kevin Owens def. Seth Rollins

This match was absolutely incredible. If Sasha vs Charlotte tops this, then it'll be a masterpiece.

To add insult to injury, Jericho delivers a Codebreaker to Rollins.


Pre-Match Prediction: Kevin Owens comes out first even though he's the reigning champion. Is this a clear indication that Rollins will walk out as champion tonight?!


With Kevin Owens taking on Seth Rollins next for the WWE Universal Championship, it's now confirmed that Sasha Banks and Charlotte will create history tonight - not just as the first two women to enter Hell In A Cell but as the first two women to main event a WWE pay-per-view.

WWE history will be made tonight so stick around for live coverage and aftermath.


Enzo and Cass Vs The Club

The realest guys in the room cut a fantastic promo before the match and have the crowd eating out of their hands and whipped into a frenzy.

Karl Anderson and Enzo Amore start us off. The Club look like they're in no mood to play as we begin. Enzo makes a quick tag to Big Cass who enters and unloads right hands to Karl Anderson before tagging Enzo back in.

Enzo and Cass take out both members of the Club who roll outside before Cass launches Enzo over the ropes and into them.

Gallows and Anderson finally isolate Enzo and take control as Gallows throws around his much smaller opponent. Gallows sends Enzo face first into the turnbuckle before tagging Anderson back him who just boots Enzo in the face with aplomb.

Anderson works over Enzo before the both he and Anderson tag in the partners. Cass enters on fire takes it to both members of The Club. Cass boots Anderson right off the apron to the outside and works on Gallows. An Empire Elbow later, Cass goes for a boot with Gallows on the apron but Gallows and dodges and Cass crashes t the outside.

Enzo tries to take on the much bigger Gallows but Anderson and Gallows overpower him and they isolate him. The Club deliver the Magic Killer on Enzo and pick up the pinfall. Huge and much-needed win for The Club.

The Club def. Enzo and Cass


Bayley vs Dana Brooke

Dana Brooke surprisingly beat Bayley a couple of night's off on Raw and Bayley will be looking to get back into the groove tonight. 

Dana goes to pat Bayley on the head as we begin but Bayley has none of it as she sends Dana head first into the turnbuckle and repeatedly so. Bayley has Dana in the corner and goes for the splash but Dana flapjack's her face first into the turnbuckle as Dana takes advantage.

It looks like Dana's targeting Bayley's shoulder  early on in this match and it looks like a good strategy so far. Dana uses the ropes illegally to work on Bayley's shoulder. With Bayley grounded Dana drives her knees into Bayley's shoulder.

Dana goes for her patented handstand choke in the corner again but Bayley just kicks her away. However, Bayley can't cement her opening as Dana once again attacks her shoulder.

Guillotine Stunner on the ropes by Bayley as she finally has an opening. With her right arm in pain, Bayley hits Dana with left handed forearms followed by a low clothesline. Before Dana can catch her breath Bayley hits Dana with a patented corkscrew elbow from the top rope.

Bayley attempts a Bayley-to-Bayley but Dana blocks it. An undeterred Bayley just goes for it again and hits it this time!

She covers Dana for the 3-count.

Bayley def. Dana Brooke


WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens is backstage with Tom Phillips. He says that Seth had him for 3 seconds during their match on Raw last week but he took Seth out after the match. He says that if Seth still wanted to get into the Cell with him, he would make Rusev and Roman's match look like a cakewalk.

KO finishes off the interview by saying that Seth wouldn't be called 'The man' after the PPV because he wouldn't look like one anymore.


Roman Reigns (C) vs Rusev (for the WWE United States Championship)

The US Championship match kicks us off tonight with Lana coming out to introduce Rusev to begin the night. Unlike Roman, Rusev has never ever entered the demonic cell before and we'll find out if Rusev's inexperience in Hell In A Cell will be a crutch.

Rusev and Roman Reigns are both getting boo-ed as they come to the ring. The only difference is that Roman's boos are smattered with a few pockets of cheering.

The bell has rung and we're about to begin. Roman begins the night with a hard right hand to Rusev's face and the Bulgarian Brute isn't impress. He hits back with heavy blows of his own as chants of "Let's go Rusev, Rusev sucks" fill the arena.

Rusev backs Roman into a corner and hits him with right hands followed by a headbutt but Roman counters with a clothesline followed by a running boot to the face. With Rusev on the apron, Roman pushes him off and right into the dreaded cell.

Roman's followed Rusev outside and proceeds to throw him face first into the cell and Rusev looks stunned. Rusev looks for an opening but Roman throws him into the steel stairs.'The Big Dog' goes to bring out a table but Rusev finally gets the upper hand, taking the chance to throw Roman into the unforgiving steel. He follows this by bouncing Roman's head into the ring post.

Rusev's arm is cut up from being sent into the cell earlier and he's clearly bleeding.

A methodical Rusev sends Roman shoulder-first into the turnbuckle followed by a hip toss. Rusev goes for a jumping splash after this but Roman dodges it to grab the upper hand. Repeated corner blows followed by a big boot ground Rusev who rolls outside the ring.

The US Champion goes for a Drive By but Rusev saw it coming and hits Roman with a thundering Clothesline as the crowd chants for tables. Rusev takes advantage well and proper as he hit Roman in the head with steel steps before sending him rolling back into the ring.

Rusev has the steel steps placed on the turnbuckle but Roman blocks as Rusev goes to whip him face first into it and he throws Rusev outside the ring and into the cell followed by the basement dropkick.

Rusev doesn't stay down for long and picks Roman up and send him face first into the cell. Rusev's looking under the cell and takes out a kendo stick but Roman hits him with a Drive By. Roman has the kendo stick now and he's repeatedly hitting Rusev with it both to the back and the chest.

Rusev low blows Roman as he's climbing back into the ring and traps him in the ropes as he repeatedly hits Roman Reigns in the chest with the kendo stick. As Rusev goes for a boot, Roman explodes out of the ropes and hits him with a lariat.

The two trade blows and Roman hits Rusev with a Superman Punch. He goes for the cover but Rusev kicks out at 2. Roman looks like he has Rusev right where he wants  him and he goes for a spear. Rusev counters with a Superkick! Then he throws Roman facefirst into the steel stairs on the turnbuckle. Rusev goes for a cover! A nearfall!

An undeterred Rusev has Roman locked in 'The Accolade'. Will Roman tap?

Roman scratches and claws but manages to reach the ropes. Rusev, however, hits him with a superkick, grounding him again. Rusev has now taken a chain out from under the ring and goes to hit Reigns who just unloads right hands in desperation before rolling Rusev back into the ring.

Rusev takes the advantage by hitting Roman in the gut with the metal chain. he follows it up with more blows from the chain to his grounded opponent. Rusev goes out and gets the steel steps which he sets up in the middle of the ring. He sends Roman crashing into the steps followed by another Superkick.

Rusev now has Roman in The Accolade on top of the steel steps with a metal chain yanking him back. That looks painful. Will Roman tap? Roman powers out and delivers a Samoan Drop on top of the steel!

With Rusev groggy on the stairs, Roman hits him with a spear!

1 - 2 - 3! That's it! We have a winner.

Roman Reigns def. Rusev 


Welcome to our live coverage of Hell In A Cell 2016. The show comes live from Boston, Massachusetts. Stay tuned from all the live updates from every match. 


6 Man Cruiserweight Tag Team Match:
Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado & Sin Cara vs Tony Nese, Drew Gulak & Ariya Daivari

The action packed match hardly pauses for the audience to catch their breaths, but the babyfaces come out on top with Cedric Alexander pinning Drew Gulak after nailing him with what looks like a nasty pop-up backstabber.

Sin Cara booked as a strong Cruiserweight, imposing his will on his opponents.

Winners: Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado and Sin Cara


Last minute WWE Hell in a cell 2016 rumours:

1. Brock Lesnar and/or Bill Goldberg might show Up
2. Reigns loses the U.S. Title, goes back to the main event
3. Sami Zayn wrestles Braun Strowman
4. Seth Rollins wins the Universal title
5. Chris Jericho And Kevin Owens split Up
6. Sasha Banks And Charlotte will main event 


Major update on Hell in a cell 2016 main event:
As reported couple of days back Mr. MchMahon was against Women's Championship match main-eventing tonight's HIAC. However, as per the latest reports Vince McMahon has changed his mind on tonight's WWE HIAC main event.

If no further changes are made to the match order then this would be the first time that women would be featured in the true main event slot of a pay-per-view.

Read more: Vince McMahon agrees to have Sasha Banks vs Charlotte headline Hell In A Cell

WWE Hell In A Cell 2016 Results and live commentary

WWE Hell In A Cell 2016 Results and live commentary


WWE Hell In A Cell 2016 Results Prediction And Preview:

This Hell In A Cell is going to be historic, and the WWE has not forgotten to remind us about that. There are not only going to be three Hell In A Cell matches, but there is going to be a women’s Hell In A Cell match for the very first time when Sasha Banks defends the Raw Women’s Championship against Charlotte. 

All the Raw championships are going to be on the line. Last week, Raw General Manager Mick Foley posted on Facebook that the women would be main eventing the Pay-Per-View. 

However, he retracted his statement less than 24 hours later and said that the exact order of the match card was not confirmed, but “to him” it was the main event. 

After this, WWE started advertising the Pay-Per-View as having a “Triple Main Event”, referring to the three Hell In A Cell matches. 

The women as of now are expected to either go on first or last. But according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the women are not going to be main eventing the PPV as of now. 

Things could always change last minute, but one of the reasons they are not main eventing is because it is believed that when they do main-event a PPV for the first time, it should be hyped and advertised that way.

Anyway, let’s take a look at the Hell In A Cell  match card and predict who is going over who:

Kickoff Show: Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado & Sin Cara vs Tony Nese, Drew Gulak & Ariya Daivari

The Cruiserweights are getting a showcase on the kickoff show, perhaps to begin hyping the crowd up. Expect a good bout between all competitors, and the babyfaces going over after pinning Drew Gulak.

Winners: Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado & Sin Cara

01. Roman Reigns(c) vs Rusev(U.S Championship Hell In A Cell match

In what can possibly be considered the end of their feud, United States Champion Roman Reigns will defend his title against former champion Rusev inside the Hell In A Cell in what is considered as one-third of the “Triple Main Event”.

Since there are 3 Hell In A Cell matches, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the match opening the show.  Otherwise, if they decide to have the women to go first, this will likely be in the middle of the show.

This match is another step in the rebuilding of Roman Reigns before they send him off into the main event picture once more. Expect The Big Dog to retain.

Winner: And STILL United States Champion, Roman Reigns

02. Bayley vs Dana Brooke

The feud between the two started off on October 3rd when Bayley attacked Dana Brooke for provoking her right before Charlotte’s championship match against Sasha Banks in the main event of Raw.

The next week, Dana attacked Bayley from behind as she was walking off from a match, victorious.

They even faced each other after that when Dana botched a spot where she was supposed to put her leg on the ropes, resulting in her getting a clean victory over Bayley.

The “go home” Raw saw the two have an arm wrestling match which wasn’t received too well by the fans.

However, a few days before the PPV, it was announced on twitter that Bayley would be getting an opportunity at revenge against Dana. The Hugger is more than likely to walk away with the victory, and sweet, sweet revenge.

Winner: Bayley

03. The New Day(c) vs Cesaro and Sheamus

Cesaro and Sheamus came to an inconclusive finish in their Best-Of-Seven series and Raw General Manager Mick Foley said that he didn’t want to see them get hurt and fight anymore, instead deciding to give both of them a championship opportunity where they would be teamed up to get a shot at the Raw Tag Team Championship. 

The storyline and dynamic between Cesaro and Sheamus is extremely entertaining, with the odd duo not being able to get along yet forced to work together.

But  WWE are definitely not going to be having them drop the titles as they are inching so close to the record held by Demolition.

The Power Of Positivity  will prevail once more.

Winners: And STILL Raw Tag Team Champions, The New Day

04. Enzo & Big Cass vs The Club

Coming off a lacklustre feud with The Shining Stars, Enzo & Cass face a more daunting challenge when they take on Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.

The Club have just come off an unsuccessful bunch of attempts against The New Day for the Raw Tag Team Championships. Both teams really need the victory, but The Club need it more.

This match may serve as quite an important one, as it may determine who the next set of contenders to The New Day are after Survivor Series.

The Pay-Per-View after Survivor Series for Raw is Roadblock, which is about 48 days away. 

The New Day will have broken Demolition’s record by then, so it is highly likely that they may take the titles off of The New Day when they are approaching close to the 500-day mark. 

Nevertheless, Karl Anderson lost to both Big Cass and Enzo in singles matches but with the help of Gallows, they should be standing tall in the bout.

Winners: The Club

05. T.J Perkins(c) vs Brian Kendrick(Cruiserweight Championship)

The only storyline going on in the Cruiserweight division sees the 38-year old veteran Brian Kendrick desperate to hold his spot in the WWE, even backstabbing his former friend T.J Perkins to achieve his ends.

In the last episode of Raw, Kendrick literally begged Perkins to let him win the title. Don’t be surprised to see The Wizard of Odd pull off some tricks and cheat to win the title from Perkins.

Winner: And NEW WWE Cruiserweight Champion, Brian Kendrick.

06. Kevin Owens(c) vs Seth Rollins(Universal Championship Hell In A Cell match)

The fans have also been thoroughly enjoying the partnership between KO and Y2J.  Nevertheless, this match may be another screw turned in Seth Rollins eventual full-fledged babyface turn.

Whether it is another Y2J interference, or Triple H finally coming out,  expect The Prize Fighter to once again retain over The Architect through nefarious means.

Winner: And STILL Universal Champion, Kevin Owens

07. Sasha Banks(c) vs Charlotte(Raw Women’s Championship Hell In A Cell match)

This is perhaps the biggest draw and talked about match in the whole card. Many fans believe that the first ever Women’s Hell In A Cell match should be the final match to close out the show.

Also being advertised as part of the “Triple Main Event”, it is likely to either open the show or close out the show. One rumoured fear backstage is that the fans will hijack the show if it does not go on last.

The only criticism of this match is that the storyline leading up to it hasn’t been suitable for a Hell In A Cell match and that the only storyline is that they are “making history”.

Nevertheless, the excitement levels for this match, in particular, is very high, and it is in Sasha Banks’ hometown of Boston, so expect the crowd to be red-hot in support of the champion.

Also, expect The Boss to stand tall in the first ever female Hell In A Cell match.

Winner: And STILL Raw Women’s Champion, Sasha Banks!


WWE Hell in a cell 2016 Match Card:
Raw Women's Champion Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair (Hell in a Cell Match)
- WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins (Hell in a Cell Match)
- U.S. Champion Roman Reigns vs. Rusev (Hell in a Cell Match)
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion TJ Perkins vs. Brian Kendrick
- Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day vs. Cesaro & Sheamus
- Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson
- Bayley vs. Dana Brooke
- Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado & Sin Cara vs. Tony Nese, Drew Gulak & Ariya Daivari (Kickoff Match)