WWE Results: Full Detailed Hell in a Cell 2015 Coverage

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So, in a first for Wrestling’s Dirty Deeds, we shall be bringing you the action of Hell in a Cell 2015 LIVE courtesy of the WWE Network…we will cover the good, the bad and the ugly. Keep refreshing throughout the night to get further updates as the show progresses. 

Pre-Show: Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro and Neville vs Rusev, King Barrett and Sheamus

First and foremost…why is this match on the pre-show, this truly deserves to be on the main show because it has the potential to be a great match. Anyway to the match itself, the action is started off by Sheamus and Neville which sets it off at a really good pace. Neville picks up the win for his team after hitting Barrett with the Red Arrow finishing move. Quite a good match, and certainly a good way to set the show off and get fans entertained.

Match Rating: 2.5 out of 5.0 Stars

The opening to the show is quite a good video package highlighting the various feuds for the show and actually demonstrates what the WWE is capable of…it gives me a glimmer of hope for the event, something good. The action is called by Michael Cole, JBL and Jerry Lawler and were now off to the opening contest.

WWE United States Championship – John Cena vs TBC

John Cena opens with a short promo, but the fans in the Staples Center really don’t like Cena today. So, out comes Zeb Coulter in a mobility scooter (lol) and introduces his new protege…Alberto Del Rio!!! Given the history between these men, they should have a great match but the crowd reaction for Del Rio is amazing but boy how we’ve missed his cocky charisma in the WWE. Del Rio is essentially dominating Cena with a lot of chain and mat wrestling but this is great, really enjoyable. Cena eventually mounts a comeback until his momentum is overcome by Del Rio once again who after a swift kick to the head, picks up the win to capture the WWE United States Championship. Great match, I am thoroughly impressed even if it could have gone a little bit longer.

Match Rating: 3.5 out of 5.0 Stars

Hell in a Cell – Bray Wyatt vs Roman Reigns

This match is hopefully to signify the end of a very compelling feud between both men, and whilst my initial thoughts were it is a little early on the card it makes sense to set it apart from the other so fans aren’t to exhausted of the concept. Anyhow, a very good video package is shown of their feud – this match should be a very good one given the storytelling and matches had previously. Reigns dominates Wyatt in the first few minutes, and throws him around like he is a cruiserweight but they are making usage of the cell (thankfully) to enhance the storytelling. Both men are being quite inventive with what they do, how they utilise the cell and various weapons which is very refreshing to see. Reigns eventually wins a very good match after a spear following a cane do stick to the head of Wyatt. Really enjoyed that match, even if I am slightly disappointed Reigns won it would have benefited Wyatt so much more.

Match Rating: 3.5 out of 5.0 Stars

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