The 2014 edition of WWE Hell In A Cell got a lot of hate before it took place on Sunday for a few reasons. From the fact that the WWE World Heavyweight Championship wouldn’t be defended or that it’s title holder, Brock Lesnar, probably wouldn’t be in attendance to even what Hell in a Cell match would actually be the “Main Event”.
Now that it’s over, I have the same feeling I have for a lot of recent WWE pay-per-views (Or whatever you call them these days): It wasn’t that bad. Yeah, there were certified bathroom breaks but there were also good moments too.
The end of the match saw Ambrose setting up the revenge Curb Stomp on Rollins (Cement bricks included). The lights turn off to the sounds of Bray Wyatt speaking in tongues. The lights come back on. Hologram lantern? Bray attacks Ambrose. Rollins get the pin.
I’m totally fine with Dean Ambrose versus Bray Wyatt.
Kickoff Match:Mark Henry defeated Bo Dallas
2-out-of-3 Falls Match for WWE Intercontinental Championship:Dolph Ziggler (c) defeated Cesaro to retain WWE Intercontinental Championship. Ziggler – 2 vs Cesaro – 0
Nikki Bella defeated Brie Bella. Brie is now Nikki’s personal assistant for 30 days; if the she does not comply, she will be forced to quit WWE.
WWE Tag Team Championship Match:Goldust & Stardust (c) defeated The Usos to retain WWE Tag Team Championship.
Hell In A Cell Match:John Cena defeated Randy Orton. John Cena is now the number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
WWE United States Championship Match:Sheamus (c) defeated Miz to retain WWE United States Championship.
Rusev defeated Big Show
WWE Divas Championship Match:AJ Lee (c) defeated Paige to retain WWE Divas Championship.
Hell In A Cell Match:Seth Rollins defeated Dean Ambrose