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Sunday night, the WWE Superstars went back into the Thunderdome for one of the most dangerous events of the year, Hell in a Cell.
This year’s pay-per-view featured three matches taking place inside the super-sized cage. The WWE title was one of the belts on the line when Drew McIntyre took on Randy Orton again.
We also saw Roman Reigns put the Universal Championship on the line inside HIAC when he faced Jey Uso in a rematch from Clash of Champions.
Bayley put the SmackDown Women’s Championship up against her former best friend and tag team partner, Sasha Banks.
We also saw Otis defend the Money in the Bank contract against The Miz, while Jeff Hardy took on Elias.
Let’s take a look at everything that happened at Hell in a Cell.
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A late addition to the card was the Kickoff match between R-Truth and Drew Gulak for the 24/7 Championship. The stipulation said there could be no outside interference.
Gulak addressed Little Jimmy directly and pretended to interact with him while Truth looked on with a confused look on his face. Gulak pretended to kick his opponent’s imaginary friend out of the ring and an angry Truth tackled him to the mat.
After taking some punches in the corner, Gulak brought Truth down and put him in a submission. The champ kicked out of a sunset flip, but Gulak put him right back into a submission to keep him grounded.
Truth started to make a comeback and used several of John Cena’s signature moves. He failed to hit the AA but did hit a Lie Detector for a two-count. Gulak met him on the top rope for a superplex, but Truth countered and won with a jackknife cover.
The first few moments of this match were an unsuccessful attempt at comedy. What followed was a decent contest between two great performers who have been pigeonholed as comedic characters.
There are tons of other options WWE had for the Kickoff but fans have been asking WWE for months to make the 24/7 title mean more. This was a small step in the right direction.
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They stared at each other from across the ring and talked a little trash. The Tribal Chief said he only changed because he had to and Uso said he just did it for the title. They locked up and Uso was taken down right away with a shoulder block.
A confident Reigns hit a quick suplex and paced around until Uce got back to his feet. The challenger began to build some momentum and hit a couple of suicide dives. He kept talking to Reigns as he threw him into the cage wall.
When they got back into the ring, The Big Dog drilled him with a Spear. He tried to bring a chair into the ring but Uso caught him with a dropkick. Before he could follow up, Reigns nailed him with a second Spear. He tried to hit a third but Uso countered and hit a superkick and a Superfly Splash.
Uso grabbed a leather strap from under the ring and used it to whip Reigns across the back. Somehow, The Tribal Chief got to his feet and hit a third Spear. Uso said he couldn’t breathe but refused to quit. Reigns picked up the strap and began unloading on…