Hell in a Cell did not disappoint on Sunday night.
The incredible tone was set in the first match of the evening, when Roman Reigns defeated Jey Uso in an ‘I Quit’ match.
Their brutal bout inside the cell ended when Uso uttered the words to save his brother, Jimmy, from passing out in Roman’s Guillotine submission.
Sunday’s PPV got even crazier when The Miz defeated Otis - with help from a Tucker heel turn - to win the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Then there was Sasha Banks winning the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Bayley in an incredible Match of the Year contender.
Don’t forget, all of this happened before the main event, which saw Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton go head-to-head for the WWE Championship.
It was a violent battle which eventually spilt out of the cell - and you can probably guess what happened next.
Yep, driven to breaking point and attempting to end the feud once and for all, Orton scaled the structure and was soon followed up by McIntyre.
Once up there, the two brawled on top of the cell before climbing down the side and it was at that point that 'The Viper' sent his opponent crashing through the announce table. Ouch.
With McIntyre coughing up blood, Orton dragged him back into the ring and after reversing a Claymore Kick, hit the RKO to win the WWE Championship for the 14th time.
What an ending to Hell in a Cell!
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