WWE Hell In A Cell PPV Results (09/16): San Antonio, Texas
Sunday, September 16, 2018
The 2018 Hell In A Cell Kickoff Show opens up live from The AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. The Kickoff Show begins with our new host Jonathan Coachman welcoming us to the show and introducing his panel, today consisting of SmackDown General Manager Paige, WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T, and Peter Rosenberg. They run the card down in short for a bit of hype before moving on to a video package and in-depth discussion for Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair. Next up on the docket is The Mixed Tag Team Match between Daniel Bryan & Brie Bella on one hand and The Miz & Maryse on the other.
We go backstage for an interview with Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins ahead of their Tag Title Match. Dean says that nothing changes tonight, and Drew and Dolph will just realize what everyone knows, and Seth brings up the idea that The Shield might end the night with all of The RAW men’s gold, but they are workhorses and this is just another chance to prove it.
Video package and panel discussion for Jeff Hardy vs. Randy Orton follows, and Paige announces that that match will kick The Main Show off. AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe is next up for the standard treatment. Alexa Bliss vs. Ronda Rousey follows, and Bliss joins the panel by satellite from backstage. She vows to take the title back and even her fans don’t think she has a chance, but Ronda’s not at 100% tonight.
Alexa question’s Paige’s right to ask a question because she’s not RAW talent, but says that all the headlines will read “Ronda Rousey fails” tonight. She bails before David Otunga (who replaced Booker T at some point) can actually ask his question, and panel discussion follows. Next on the docket is Triple H vs. The Undertaker in Australia. We head to ringside for the first match of the night and it is for The SmackDown Tag Team Titles.
Tom Phillips welcomes us to ringside as fans continue to find their seats in the arena. He is joined by Corey Graves and Byron Saxton.
The New Day make their way down to the ring and get on the mic. Xavier Woods says that the kids are back in school, Big E talks about how the leaves start to fall, and Kofi Kingston says that he doesn’t care how basic you think it is, but it’s pumpkin spice latte season, baby! And that means your boys The New Day are once again, for the fourth time in a row, defending their WWE SmackDown Tag Team Titles. But not against any old team, oh no, tonight they defend against Rusev Day, and in honor of their illustrious opponents, they wrote a song to sing.
Aiden English interrupts and makes his entrance. He and The New Day have a throat-clearing contest, and then English sings his intro, and introduces his partner, Rusev. Out he comes with Lana as Greg Hamilton does the introductions. English is cut off when he asks rhetorically mid-song who will be champs when all is said and done.
The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston) (c) vs. Rusev Day (Rusev & Aiden English): The SmackDown Tag Team Titles are on the line in this one. The match begins with English going for a monkey flip and Kingston landing on his feet. Kingston hits English with a double stomp for a near fall. Rusev tags in and he corners Kingston before landing shoulder thrusts. Rusev catches a leaping Kingston before landing some knee strikes and a fall away slam. English tags in and he attacks a cornered Kingston with a plethora of strikes. Rusev tags in and he double teams Kingston with English for a near fall. Rusev holds Kingston down while applying a front headlock. Rusev puts Kingston on the top rope and he follows him up there. Kingston gets Rusev off the ropes before landing a tornado DDT. English and Big E get tagged in by their respective partners. Big E nails English with a series of overhead release suplexes. Big E follows that up by crushing English with a splash. Rusev tags in and he drops Big E with a few clotheslines. Rusev then hits Big E with a shoulder tackle followed by a spin kick. Rusev hits Big E with a head kick for a near fall. Big E avoids a few moves from Rusev before sending him to the ring apron. English tags in as Big E nails Rusev with a spear that sends both to the arena floor. English nails Big E with an inverted DDT for a near fall. English goes up to the top rope and he misses a swanton bomb. Kingston tags in and The New Day hits English with an assisted double stomp for a near fall. English avoids Trouble In Paradise as Rusev tags in. Rusev picks up Kingston and Kingston sends him out of the ring. Big E propels Kingston out of the ring and Rusev kicks him in the head. English then takes out Kingston on the arena floor. English tags in as Rusev misses a splash. English hits Kingston with a top rope frog splash for a near fall. English applies the Accolade to Kingston as Rusev kicks Big E. Kingston gets free and he sends an interfering Rusev out of the ring. Kingston nails English with Trouble In Paradise for the three count. Winners & Still The SmackDown Tag Team Champions: The New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston)
After the match, The New Day celebrates as Rusev Day shows frustration at ringside. We go to replays. The New Day continues their celebration in the ring as Rusev Day heads to the back.
The panel (now rejoined by WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T) discuss the match we just saw before running the card down in short one more time. WWE Hall Of Famer Mick Foley is interviewed backstage and says that he’s got the best seat in the house for The WWE Universal Title Match tonight before The Acting General Manager Of RAW Baron Corbin rolls up. Corbin says that he is pulling out all the stops for his first PPV as Acting General Manager and Foley offers him some tips but Corbin waves him off. Video package and panel discussion of The WWE Universal Championship Match concludes The Kickoff Show.
The main show opens up with a video package built around the idea of our personal demons and how they have shaped the matches that will be taking place tonight. We are live from the sold out AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas as Tom Phillips welcomes us to tonight's Hell in a Cell PPV. He is joined by Corey Graves and Byron Saxton.
We go right to the ring for the first match of the main show and it is Jeff Hardy vs. Randy Orton in a Hell in a Cell Match.
Jeff Hardy vs. Randy Orton (Hell In A Cell Match): The opening bell sounds and Jeff starts this one off fired up. The fight spills out to ringside where Orton makes a brief comeback. Orton goes to put a table in the ring, but Jeff does a baseball slide kick that knocks it into his face. Jeff hits a version of the Poetry In Motion on Orton up against the cage, and then he takes this back in the ring. Jeff hits the Hardyac Arrest in the corner, and then he goes up top to look for the Swanton Bomb. Orton gets up first and knocks Hardy down. They fight back out to ringside, where Hardy looks for a suplex onto a ladder, but Orton reverses and suplexes Hardy on to the ladder. They get back in the ring, where Orton repeatedly bashes Jeff Hardy with a steel chair while he's down. The crowd tries to rally behind Hardy as Orton keeps him down. Orton takes a ladder in the ring and he lays Jeff in between the two legs of the ladder and stomps on him. Hardy finally fights back and drops Orton, then hits the double leg drop and a running dropkick. They run the ropes and Orton comes back with a spinning powerslam. Orton goes out to ringside to grab more weapons. Orton passes on the steel chair, and instead grabs a tool box from under the ring. Orton grabs a screwdriver and then gets back in the ring. Orton sticks his finger through Jeff's pierced ear then he shoves the screwdriver into the ear hole and twists Jeff's ear around. Orton twists his ear around, a lot, as the crowd groans in disgust. Jeff finally gets back to his feet and hits a mule kick low-blow on Orton. Hardy grabs the steel chair now and repeatedly bashes Orton with it. Jeff goes up top for a Swanton, but Orton knocks him down once again and then hits the draping DDT from the middle rope. Orton's back is bleeding lightly in several places now. Orton waits and lets Hardy get to his feet and he looks for the RKO, but Jeff escapes it and hits the Twist of Fate. Jeff immediately grabs a steel chair and puts it on top of Orton. Jeff goes up top and hits a Swanton Bomb on Orton with the steel chair on him, but Orton kicks out at 2. Jeff pummels on Orton and then arranges more weapons in the ring. Hardy puts two ladders side by side, a bigger one and a smaller one, and he lays Orton across the table. Orton appears to be bleeding from his leg now as well. Jeff climbs up and hangs from the top of the Cell by his hands, and he hangs from it like Monkey Bars. Jeff goes to drop down from the top through Orton, but Orton rolls out of the way and Jeff crashes through the table by himself. The referee calls for medics and wants the Cell door open, and he refuses to count for Orton pinning him. The referee finally gets down and counts the pin, and Orton scores the three count. Winner: Randy Orton
After the match, the referee screams for help to come to the ring. Orton gets to his feet and is announced the winner to mixed reactions from the crowd as the Cell is raised above the ring. EMTs place Hardy in a neck brace and starts loading him onto a stretcher at ringside. Orton's music hits as we go to replays. Orton slowly walks up the ramp as the trainers get Hardy loaded onto the stretcher. Fans chant "Hardy!" as Orton looks on from the ramp. We get another replay of the finish as Hardy is stretchered up the ramp.
We get house ads for WWE Super Show-Down (centered around Triple H vs. The Undertaker) and Total Divas.
We head backstage where WWE Champion AJ Styles is being interviewed. He says that if Samoa Joe wants to talk about his family, he can’t wait for this match to start and he’s laser-focused for the talking to end and the fighting to start. Styles then says that he is walking in as champion, ripping Joe’s heart out of his chest, and walking out as champion, because this right here is the House That AJ Styles Built. Styles walks off.
Commentary leads us to a video package for the next match which is for The SmackDown Women's Title.
We head back to ringside for the next match of the main show.
Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Becky Lynch: The SmackDown Women's Title is on the line in this one. The opening bell sounds and they wrestle around the mat evenly until Becky gets up and shoulder-blocks Charlotte down. Charlotte grabs Becky and looks for the Figure Eight, but Becky breaks free and looks for the Dis-Arm-Her. Charlotte breaks free too and they trade shoulder locks now. Charlotte begins to focus on Becky's left leg and beat on that left knee. Becky starts to fight back and looks to be targeting Charlotte's left shoulder now. They fight out to apron and trade shots to the face until Becky grabs Charlotte by the arm and slams her shoulder-first into the apron. Back in the ring, Becky covers for a two count. Charlotte starts to fight back and she dodges an attack from Becky in the corner. Charlotte comes back with a big boot, and both women are down, with Charlotte still selling the shoulder. Charlotte misses a shot and Becky immediately looks for the Dis-Arm-Her. Charlotte reverses the submission attempt into a powerbomb for a two count. Becky recovers and looks for the Dis-Arm-Her, and this time she successfully locks it in. Charlotte struggles and finally reaches the bottom rope to break the hold. Both women slowly get to their feet and Charlotte fights back with some elbows to the face. Charlotte runs the ropes and looks for the spear, but Becky catches her in a roll-up for the three count. Winner & The New SmackDown Women's Champion: Becky Lynch
After the match, Flair gets emotional and looks on as Becky celebrates with the title. We go to replays. We come back and Flair is on her feet. They meet in the middle of the ring and Flair extends her hand but Becky just raises the title and talks trash in Flair's face, saying that she will never get the title back from her. Becky walks off to the back as fans cheer for her. Flair looks on.
We get a house ad for The Marine 6: Close Quarters, starring The Miz, WWE Hall Of Famer Shawn Michaels, and The New SmackDown Women's Champion Becky Lynch.
A Connor’s Cure video package follows and we get a medical update on Jeff Hardy telling us that he was transported to a local medical facility with “severe abdominal pain.”
Commentary recaps The Kickoff Show Match and we cut backstage to The New Day celebrating their victory. Mr. Bootyworth rolls up with some champagne and Kofi is nowhere to be found, but Kramer Kingsman rolls up to interview them about what’s next for The New Day. Big E says that they are going down under in three weeks to wrestle The Bar, but tonight, they celebrate. Big E gets a Gatorade cooler full of pancakes and dumps it out over Mr. Bootyworth.
We go to the ring and Michael Cole welcomes us to the first red brand match of the night. He is joined by Renee Young and Corey Graves.
Dogs Of War (Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre) (c) vs. The Shield (WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose): The RAW Tag Team Titles are on the line in this one. Rollins and Ziggler start this one off, and Ziggler takes control with a boot to the face. Rollins comes back with some strikes of his own and he looks for the Curb Stomp, but Ziggler evades it and rolls outside for a breather. Drew tags in now, and so does Ambrose. Drew gets the upper hand and drops him, then Ziggler tags back in. Ziggler tries to keep Ambrose down with a side headlock now. Ambrose finally fights free and Rollins gets the hot tag. Rollins hits a superkick on Ziggler and Ziggler falls outside. Rollins looks for a suicide dive, but Drew grabs his ankle from ringside to stop him. Ziggler then gets back in the ring and drops Rollins from behind. Drew tags in now and lays into Rollins with strikes in the corner. Ziggler comes back in and applies a sleeper. Rollins finally fights out with a back suplex, and both men are down. Drew gets the tag and charges at Rollins, but Rollins dumps him outside. Rollins looks to tag in Ambrose, but Drew pulls Ambrose down from the apron and drops him. Back in the ring, Drew and Seth go at it, and Drew hits a version of the Alabama Slam for a two count. Rollins fights back and finally gets the tag to Ambrose, but the referee didn't see it because Ziggler was distracting the referee. The referee holds back Ambrose while Drew and Ziggler both beat on Rollins. Ziggler takes Rollins up top, but Rollins shoves him down and hits a Blockbuster. Ambrose finally gets the hot tag and cleans house. Dean knocks Ziggler outside, and then focuses his attention on the legal man McIntyre. Ambrose looks for a shot off the top, but McIntyre catches him and hits a belly to belly suplex in the corner. Rollins gets back in the mix now and goes for suicide dive on both Drew and Dolph at ringside, but they catch him in mid-air. Ambrose now goes flying out of the ring and crashes on to all of them at ringside. Ziggler and Rollins get back in the ring before the referee's 10 count. Ziggler looks for a DDT, but Rollins reverses it into a Falcon Arrow for a two count. Rollins follows up with the Buckle Bomb, but Drew breaks up the pin. Ambrose takes McIntyre outside, and then Dolph hits the Zig Zag on Rollins for a two count. Ziggler and McIntyre look for the double team Zig Zag/Claymore, but Ambrose pulls Ziggler away and Rollins superkicks Drew. Rollins follows up with the frog splash off the top for a two count on Drew. Ambrose and Rollins look for a superplex on Drew, but Ziggler breaks it up. Ziggler and Rollins brawl out to ringside, and Drew knocks Ambrose down and hits a flying clothesline. Ziggler and Rollins fight up on the corner and Rollins hits a superplex and then looks for the Falcon Arrow, but Drew hits him with the Claymore Kick before he can execute it. Ziggler falls on Rollins and the referee counts three. Winners & Still The RAW Tag Team Champions: Dogs Of War (Dolph Ziggler & Drew McIntyre)
After the match, Drew gets up and grabs the titles while Ziggler is still down with Rollins. Drew helps Ziggler up as we go to replays. Drew carries Ziggler up the ramp on his shoulder as Ziggler's music plays. We see Braun Strowman backstage watching the match, smiling. Mick Foley appears and Braun asks what he wants. Foley says that they need to have a little talk. Foley goes on about how the Cell will change Braun's life but no matter how chaotic it gets, Foley needs Braun to respect his authority. Braun says that all Foley needs to do is stay out of his way and count the pin. Braun goes on and says that Foley does not want a monster problem. Foley calls it a good talk and walks off.
We get a house ad for the second season of WWE's Mixed Match Challenge, which will be premiering on The WWE Network this Tuesday night immediately following SmackDown Live.
We see a replay of Samoa Joe reading his "Night Night, AJ" story from SmackDown earlier this week.
We head back to ringside for the next match of the main show and it is for The WWE Title.
AJ Styles (c) vs. Samoa Joe: The WWE Title is on the line in this one. Joe taunts AJ before this one starts. The opening bell sounds and AJ immediately charges Joe and lays into him with strikes in the corner. Joe fights back with right hands and chops, and now they are trading blows in the middle of the ring. AJ hits a big dropkick that sends Joe rolling out to ringside. AJ follows him out and hits a knee to the face from the apron. Back in the ring, AJ leaps up to the top rope for a Phenomenal Forearm, but Joe rolls out of the ring to avoid it. AJ follows him out, but Joe catches him with a big boot. Back in the ring, Joe controls the pace now with a cross-body and more strikes. AJ finally comes back with a shot off the top for a two count. Both men are down and hurting. Joe fires up and hits a powerbomb for another two count on The Champion. Joe and AJ trade strikes now until AJ catches him and hits a spin-out powerbomb for a two count of his own. AJ springboards off the top and hits a flying 450 splash for a two count. Joe comes back with a slingshot into corner, and Joe connects with an enziguri to the head. AJ appears to be bleeding from the mouth or nose now. They grapple back and forth until Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch. AJ powers up and rolls back, and he lands on top of Joe, rolled up. The referee counts to three, and it appears AJ has won. During the pin, AJ's arm is flailing. Winner & Still The WWE Champion: AJ Styles
After the match, Joe is furious. He yells at the referee while standing over AJ as AJ's music hits. Joe goes to the announce table, ranting about the call. Graves kisses up to him. AJ slowly gets to his feet as the referee hands him the title. Joe runs back in and grabs the title, raising it in the air to a pop. AJ drops Joe, sending him out of the ring. AJ's music hits again and he raises the title to a pop. We go to replays. An irate Joe marches up the ramp, apparently yelling for SmackDown General Manager Paige. AJ continues his celebration as we get a replay from a different angle. That replay shows AJ did tap out. AJ looks on as his music plays.
We get house ads for The WWE Champions Mobile Game and Mick Foley’s WWE Network Special.
We head backstage where we see that RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey is shadowboxing next to Natalya to warm up for her match.
We head to another area backstage where The Miz and Maryse are being interviewed. The Miz says that they are going to turn Bryan and Brie’s PR stunt into a nightmare, and Maryse says that Brie punched The Miz knowing that he wouldn’t punch back, but she’ll punch for him, and they call their opponents irrelevant losers. The Miz & Maryse kiss and then they walk off.
Commentary leads us to a video package for the next match and it is a Mixed Tag Team Match between Daniel Bryan & Brie Bella vs. The Miz & Maryse.
Daniel Bryan & Brie Bella vs. The Miz & Maryse (Mixed Tag Team Match): The Miz and Daniel Bryan will start this one off. A distraction from Maryse at ringside allows The Miz to hit a cheap-shot on Bryan. The Miz throws a kick at Bryan but Bryan catches it and takes him down with a dragon screw. They go up to the top rope and Bryan hits a Frankensteiner. Bryan looks for the Yes Lock but The Miz escapes. The Miz comes back with the "yes kicks" and beats on Bryan in the corner. Bryan finally fights him off and goes flying off the top for a diving headbutt, but The Miz rolls out of the way and Bryan crashes to the mat by himself. The Miz looks for his own version of the Yes Lock, but Bryan breaks free and Brie tags in. Brie slaps The Miz across the face repeatedly, and then she goes after Maryse and they fight out to the ringside floor. Bryan then goes flying off the apron with a knee on The Miz. The Miz comes back and whips Bryan into the fan barricade, and both men are down. Back in the ring, Brie hits a splash on Maryse and pummels on her. Bryan brings The Miz back in the ring, and he and Brie hit the Yes Kicks on Maryse and The Miz. Brie pushes Maryse into The Miz who falls down to ringside with Bryan. Maryse and Brie now take turns rolling each other up and Maryse ends up getting the three count. Winners: The Miz & Maryse
After the match, The Miz and Maryse quickly retreat to the stage to celebrate. A disappointed Brie and Bryan look on from the ring as The Miz's music hits. The Miz and Maryse kiss on the stage and continue their celebration while Brie apologizes to Bryan in the ring.
Commentary recaps The Hardy/Orton Match and we get a replay of the finish because it was pretty insane and worth seeing again. We are then informed that Jeff Hardy has been throwing up some blood and remains in severe abdominal pain. Commentary then says that WWE will have another update on Jeff Hardy later.
We get a video package for the next match which is for The RAW Women's Title.
Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Alexa Bliss: The RAW Women's Title is on the line in this one. Natalya, Mickie James & Alicia Fox are all at ringside for this one. The opening bell sounds and Alexa is hesitant to engage at first. Ronda takes the fight to Alexa and drops her. Alexa fights back and hits some kicks in the corner, but Ronda turns the tide and pummels on Alexa in the corner. Ronda looks for an arm bar, but Mickie James gets on the apron to distract her. Ronda turns back around to Alexa and hits a release suplex on Alexa. Ronda chases Alexa around the ring and then back on to the mat. Alexa charges at Ronda and Ronda dodges, throwing Alexa into Mickie and Alicia at ringside. Back in the ring, Alexa hits a cheap shot and turns things around. Ronda looks for a judo throw, but Alexa escapes and drops her then hits a knee drop. Alexa hits a standing moonsault for a two count. They fight into the corner and Ronda starts to fire up. Ronda looks for a superplex, but Alexa escapes. Alexa kicks out Ronda's leg and hangs her upside down on the turnbuckle, then she hits a running dropkick to the ribs. Alexa continues the attack on Ronda on the mat and applies a shoulder lock. Alicia and Mickie look to interfere, but Natalya runs in and hits a suplex on Mickie on the floor. Back in the ring, Ronda and Alexa run the ropes and collide mid-air. Alexa grabs Ronda by the throat and taunts her, but Ronda gets up and hits a gut-wrench powerbomb on Alexa. Alexa tries to fight back, but Ronda catches her and hits a rolling fireman's carry. Ronda grabs Alexa's arm and applies the arm bar, and Alexa immediately taps out. Winner & Still The RAW Women's Champion: Ronda Rousey
After the match, Rousey stands tall with the title as Natalya joins her for the celebration. We go to replays. Bliss, James and Fox watch from the stage as Rousey and Natalya celebrate.
Commentary has a word of support for everyone affected by Hurricane Florence.
We get a recap of The Styles/Joe Match and go backstage with an apoplectic Samoa Joe yelling at referee Brian Nguyen and demanding SmackDown General Manager Paige to explain how the referee still has a job. Paige tells Referee Brian that he can leave and Samoa Joe that he needs to calm down and stop interrupting her. Paige then says that the referee’s decision is final, but he’ll get his rematch in Australia in three weeks. Joe then says that that is ridiculous and he should be champion right now, but if she doesn’t change the rules of the battlefield, he won’t be responsible, and he wants no disqualification, no count out, and there must be a winner. Paige agrees and says that there has to be a winner, and Joe says don't worry there will be. Samoa Joe walks off.
Commentary hypes up the rest of The WWE Super Show-Down card as a way to promote The WWE Network.
We see a video package looking at the history between Braun Strowman and WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, and also the involvement of The Shield and Ziggler & McIntyre. The Hell in a Cell Structure lowers down to the ring, and our main event is up next.
Roman Reigns (c) vs. Braun Strowman (Hell in a Cell Match): The WWE Universal Title is on the line in this one. During the ring introductions, Braun rips The WWE Universal Title belt away from Roman and screams in his face. The referee calls for the bell and they start throwing hands in the ring. This one spills out to ringside quickly, where Braun repeatedly throws Roman into the side of the cell. Back on the mat, they trade strikes and Roman connects with a few. They fight back out to ringside where Braun shuts Roman down with another shot into the cage wall. Braun slams Reigns' head into the ring steps several times, and then he dismantles the steps. Braun turns his attention back to Roman and chokeslams him onto the corner of the ring apron. Braun looks under the ring now for weapons. He pulls out a few and decides on a chair. Reigns grabs a kendo stick and bashes Braun with it until the stick breaks. Braun comes back with a shot on Reigns, and they fight back into the ring. Reigns grabs the steel chair and hits Braun with it a few times. Braun charges for a shot in the corner, but Roman moves and Braun crashes in to the ring post. Reigns then hits a DDT on Braun on the folded chair in the ring for a two count. Reigns hits a couple of Superman punches and then looks for a third one, but Braun catches him for a chokeslam. Braun covers and almost gets the three count, then he argues with Foley about the count. Braun misses a shot in the corner and Reigns comes back with a Superman punch for a two count. Braun falls outside and Reigns runs around the ring, but Braun stops him with the ring steps to the face. Back in the ring, Braun hits Roman with the ring steps again for a two count. Braun hits Roman with the steps again while he's down, and then he sets up a table leaning in the corner. Reigns comes back now and spears Braun through the table in the corner. Dolph and Drew run down to ringside now and ask to be let in the cage. Seth and Dean run down for the save and they beat down Dolph and Drew. Seth and Dean chase Ziggler around ringside and beat him down in front of the announcers. Drew comes back around and drops Rollins and Ambrose, as Ziggler gets to his feet and they continue to brawl around ringside. Ziggler climbs up the cage to escape, and Rollins follows. Rollins and Ziggler fight on the roof until McIntyre climbs up and they double team Rollins. Dean Ambrose climbs up now with a kendo stick. Ambrose tees off on Drew and Dolph with the kendo stick until Drew boots him down, and everyone is down now. Ziggler starts climbing down now and Rollins follows, and they fight on the side of the cage. Rollins and Ziggler both fall off the side of the cage at the same time, and they both crash through separate announce tables. Everyone is down, and then Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman come out. Paul scares off the outside referee, and then Heyman pepper sprays Foley. Lesnar kicks in the cage door, and the climbs in the ring. Brock picks up pieces of the broken table and he starts bashing both Braun and Roman with the table pieces. Lesnar picks up Braun and hits the F-5 on him. Lesnar picks up Reigns and hits the F-5 on him, on top of Braun's body. Brock leaves now and heads up the ramp with Heyman. A new referee gets in the ring and appears to be calling off the match. Winner: No contest
After the match, the referee calls for more officials to hit the ring to check on Reigns and Strowman. Hell In a Cell goes off the air with Strowman and Reigns laid out.