Nobody has held more WWE World Championships than John Cena, but along with that responsibility comes defending the title in some of the most vicious matches known to the history of professional wrestling.
Cena has competed in Street Fights, Last Man Standing matches, Elimination Chambers, Tables Ladders and Chairs (TLC) matches, Steel Cage matches, and of course, what many WWE fans are celebrating today (Sun. October 8, 2017) - the Hell In A Cell match. Hell In A Cell is one of the biggest fan favorite matches of all time, as some of the most violent and amazing moments in WWE history occurred during those matches.
The first ever Hell In A Cell match took place between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, in which Kane would make his WWE debut, rip the steel door off the structure, attack his brother, "The Deadman," and assist "The Heart Break Kid" in picking up the win.
Undertaker could be involved in more great moments inside the Hell In A Cell, throwing Mankind off the top of it and through an announce table for what is, arguably, the greatest bump in the history of WWE. Mankind would take some horrendous bumps in his Hell In A Cell career, being thrown through the top of the cell and down into the ring by Triple H.
And just a few short years ago, what was probably the most exciting moment in Hell In A Cell history, SmackDown Live Commissioner Shane McMahon willingly jumped off the top of the cell in attempt to deliver an elbow to The Undertaker, who was laid on top of an announce table down below.
Unfortunately for McMahon, Taker would move out of the way at the last second and Shane crashed through the table himself. While fans may have seen some of the best Hell In A Cell matches on WWE TV throughout the years, they actually missed out on one in particular, in which the WWE Title was defended.
WWE posted the following video of the Fatal-Five Way Hell In A Cell match in which then-WWE Champion John Cena successfully defended his title against CM Punk, Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger. The match occurred as a dark match after an episode of Monday Night RAW went off air back in 2011. Check it out:
What are your thoughts on the never before seen Fatal-Five Way Hell In A Cell match that WWE uploaded? Did you enjoy the match? And did WWE make a huge mistake by leaving the match off WWE TV? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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