WWE Hell In A Cell Results
WWE Hell In A Cell Kickoff Show
The Kickoff Show opens with the expert panel running down some of tonight’s top matches. The expert panel consists of Josh Mathews, Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth and Kaitlyn.
From there we head to Renee Young in the Social Media Lounge. She plugs some of tonight’s social media stuff, such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. Young announces that there is a poll over at WWE.com, as tonight they want to crown a “Mr. Hell In A Cell.” The options are The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Randy Orton and Mick Foley.
Backstage, Vickie Guerrero is shown walking and The Miz approaches her. Miz says he wants Bray Wyatt in a match tonight. Guerrero says Miz is not medically cleared so she can’t sanction the match for him. Miz says if she can’t make the match, then he guesses that means there’s gonna have to be a fight. Guerrero asks what that means as Miz walks away.
We go back to the expert panel, where Big E. Langston joins the guys. They talk about his match with Curtis Axel being canceled as a loud, random “Yes!” chant breaks out from the fans already in attendance at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.
After we see some fans filing in the arena in Miami, we expert panel run down some more matches for tonight. They reveal that the triple-threat match for the WWE Tag-Team Championship will open the pay-per-view portion of tonight’s Hell In A Cell show.
From there, we go to a special live backstage interview with The Shield. One-by-one, the guys complain about having to beat two tag-teams to win back the titles tonight, instead of just one. They talk about Big Show sticking his nose in their business constantly. They all hit their catchphrases, but then Big E. Langston cuts them off. He talks about Dean Ambrose always making things unfair in their regular matches. Langston then challenges Ambrose to a match for the WWE United States Championship tonight. Ambrose turns him down. Langston asks what the problem is, noting that he’s just a rookie. Ambrose says he doesn’t deserve it. Langston continues to push for it and Ambrose finally accepts. So we have a Big E. Langston vs. Dean Ambrose WWE U.S. Title match added to tonight’s show.
Here is our first photo of the evening, courtesy of our live correspondant at the American Airlines Arena. This is a photo of John Cena’s brand new t-shirt, which is available in the merchandise stands throughout the arena tonight in Miami.
Damien Sandow vs. Kofi Kingston
The Hell In A Cell Kickoff Show heads to announce team of Michael Cole, JBL and Jerry “The King” Lawler. The trio introduces us to the first match of the evening: Damien Sandow vs. Kofi Kingston as the solo Kickoff Show match for tonight. We go to the ring and out comes Damien Sandow. He cuts a promo and mentions John Cena’s return. Kofi Kingston is out next. They go at it to start the match as soon as the bell rings. After a minute or so of action, we head to a mid-match commercial break.
We return from commercial and Sandow is in control of the offense at the moment. Sandow hits his elbow drop for a nearfall. Sandow keeps Kofi grounded and slams him into the mat. Sandow with an abdominal stretch now. Sandow goes to the top but Kofi cuts him off and sends him to the mat. Kofi makes a comeback with chops and a dropkick. Kofi with the big right hand and a Boom Drop. Sandow ducks Trouble In Paradise. Kofi blocks a back drop and kicks Sandow in the head. Kofi springboards in with a crossbody and covers for 2. We see Rey Mysterio on the Spanish commentary team tonight. Kofi with another springboard in for a nearfall. The finish comes when Sandow pins Kingston after hitting him with a big slam move.
Winner: Damien Sandow
Here are two more photos. Firstly, the entrance way for the American Airlines Arena for tonight’s Hell In A Cell.
Our next photo is of the ring and the Hell In A Cell structure hanging above the ring.
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