WWE Hell in a Cell 2019: 3 Botches and Mistakes you probably missed
WWE wrapped up "Premiere Week" with the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view live from Sacramento, California and even though only four matches were officially announced ahead of the show, the company was able to pull together a stacked event based on recent rivalries.
Becky Lynch was able to retain her RAW Women's Championship inside Hell in a Cell, whilst The Kabuki Warriors became the Women's Tag Team Champions and Seth Rollins retained his Championship against The Fiend after a bizzare ending.
It was an interesting pay-per-view that seemed as though it was thrown together at the last minute, which was why there were a number of shocking botches throughout the show. The following are just some of the most obvious botches that were spotted at first glance.
#3 Lacey Evans is at it again
In the first of four women's matches at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, Lacey Evans and Natalya continued their rivalry in the only match on the kickoff show. Evans and Natalya have been battling for weeks and finally collided on pay-per-view but once again The Sassy Southern Belle has made it on to the botch list.
It was a very botchy match from both women once again. It began with Evans breaking a hold to bounce Natalya's head off the mat, and then when Evans let go of Nattie's head, she continued to bounce her own head off the canvas.
Evans then went for her iconic moonsault, but Nattie looked like she rolled out of the way too late and Evans actually managed to bang her head on the way down and it looked as though she actually hurt herself when she hit the floor.
The two women will collide once again tomorrow night on RAW in a Last Woman Standing Match which should finally mark the end to of their feud.
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