WWE Hell in a Cell Results

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Gotta admit, I'm not super hyped for this event.

I'm nonetheless anticipating a pretty exciting encounter, with Shane rendering some of his signature death defying leaps of faith and Kevin taking some hellacious bumps.

Let's get to the picks!

The event started with Chad Gable (one half of former tag team champions American Alpha) and his new partner Shelton Benjamin beating the team of Hype Bros featuring Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley.

What I like most about the match was how creative the teams were. "Why did you make me do this?" he barked. Jinder spent weeks making a fool of Nakamura and he just flat out pinned him again.

Randy Orton beat Rusev, while Bobby Roode won against Dolph Ziggler.

Randy Orton and Rusev are two top athletes - there's no doubt about that. Vince, the one time bad ass owner who wasn't afraid to get in Stone Cold's face, has faded off into the background allowing his son to seek revenge in a Hell of a Cell match no less. These two teams have tremendous chemistry.

I've tried to find a picture of the advertisement but there doesn't seem to be one floating about up there so we're going to have to take Alvarez' word for it.

It's hard to explain my thought process here without giving away one of my predictions for later in this article, but I don't think it's anything you weren't already expecting.

Like his entire title run, Jinder Mahal retained the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura at SummerSlam thanks to the help of the Singh Brothers.

A lot of wrestling fans out there think that the booking of Jinder Mahal has made himself look weak and the WWE Title look less prestigious. If it's time to end this and give other teams the spotlight moving forward, it has to be the Usos' match to win.

Looking forward to this. There were too many awesome spots in this match to list them all here, and the character work, especially from The Usos, who have been awesome in recent months, was second to none.

It was another unspectacular title defense by Jinder.

Back in the attitude era, McMahon became known for his bravery. That is exactly what took place and the WWF/WWE legend was stretchered off following the match, leaving plenty of fans concerned.

Ah yes, the cage match that added a stipulation which completely negates the point of a cage match.

Owens and McMahon have been involved in a bitter rivalry which started at Summerslam when KO lost the U.S. title to AJ Styles in a match that featured Shane-O-Mac as the special guest referee.

In the main event of the evening, it was a hilatious battle which ensued between Kevin Owens and smackdown commissioner Shane Mc Mahon.

In the end it was the gritty, desperate fight that Hell in Cell demands.

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