5 little-known facts about WWE Hell In A Cell
Hell in a Cell takes place this Sunday night, but here are some little-known facts about the event ahead fo the popular pay-per-view
WWE's SmackDown roster presents Hell in a Cell this Sunday Night, live from The Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.
The show boasts the deeply personal match between SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon and former Universal Champion Kevin Owens inside Satan's Structure. Jinder Mahal will defend his WWE Championship for the second time against former NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura, whilst Natalya and Charlotte Flair will look set to steal the show as they do battle over the SmackDown Women's Championship.
Hell in a Cell has been an annual WWE pay-per-view since 2009, and over the past few years, a number of little-known facts have surfaced about the event and here are just five of them.
#5 Hell in a Cell 2014
Hell in a Cell back in 2014 made history for a number of reasons and also saw one of the best matches inside the structure as Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins collided in what was the final match between the former stablemates following a lengthy rivalry.
Ambrose and Rollins made history that night as they became the youngest ever Superstars to main event a WWE pay-per-view. Not only that, but they were also the first men to main event a WWE pay-per-view and be younger than WrestleMania itself.
Both former members of The Shield were just 28 years old when they were part of the show-stealing match back in 2014. Sasha Banks has since broken this record when she main evented Hell in a Cell last year at just 24 years old.