Hell in a Cell is one of WWE's most popular 'gimmick' pay-per-view events.
Nothing is more exciting than seeing two superstars enter the demonic structure, beat the hell out of each other and walk out a changed person.
This year's annual event was no different. Scores were settled inside the cell on Sunday night.
Roman Reigns and Jey Uso battled for bloodline supremacy, former best friends Bayley and Sasha Banks went to war, while Drew McIntyre put his WWE title on the line against Randy Orton.
There were plenty more surprises too, with no less than seven matches on the card - including one that was added very late on.
Check out the full results from Hell in a Cell below.
- 1. R-Truth (c) def. Drew Gulak to RETAIN the 24/7 Championship (pre-show)
- 2. Roman Reigns (c) (with Paul Heyman) def. Jey Uso in an 'I Quit match to RETAIN the Universal Championship (Jey Uso and his brother Jimmy Uso now have to take orders and acknowledge Reigns as The Tribal Chief)
- 3. Elias def. Jeff Hardy by DQ in a singles match
- 4. The Miz (with John Morrison) def. Otis to WIN the Money in the Bank briefcase after Tucker turns on his former tag team partner
- 5. Sasha Banks def. Bayley to WIN the SmackDown Women's Championship in a Match of the Year contender
- 6. Bobby Lashley def. Slapjack by submission to RETAIN the United States Championship
- 7. Randy Orton def. Drew McIntyre to WIN the WWE Championship
What a show! Reigns and Uso opened the PPV with a Match of the Year contender that was WWE storytelling at its finest.
After both men went to hell and back in a brutal bout, Jey finally uttered the words 'I Quit' after Roman locked in his Guillotine submission on the injured Jimmy Uso, who came to his brother's aid.
Following the match, Reigns was officially acknowledged as 'The Tribal Cheif' by Afa and Sika (The Wild Samoans). We can't wait to see where this storyline goes next!
There was further drama as The Miz beat Otis to capture the Money in the Bank briefcase after a massive heel turn from Tucker.
It wasn't just Reigns and Uso that ripped it up either.
Sasha Banks defeated Bayley to win the SmackDown Women's Championship in a SECOND Match of the Year contender on the same night.
But the real drama came in the main event of Hell in a Cell when Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton squared off.
After a violent battle inside the cell, both men scaled the structure and carried on brawling on the roof, before Orton was sent crashing through the announce table.
Somehow, despite suffering a terrible fall, the WWE champ recovered to catch Orton with a Claymore Kick and looked set to retain his belt.
But it wasn't enough as Randy reversed a second Claymore to hit the RKO and win the WWE Championship.
What a night!
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