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Hell in a cell 2022 review

Cody Rhodes plans to fight through the pain in tonight’s Hell in a Cell Match against Seth “Freakin” Rollins :-

Rumors have circulated that Cody Rhodes suffered an injury this weekend after an attack at the hands of Seth “Freakin” Rollins. However, as announced on the WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff Show this is not the case.

What is accurate is Rhodes suffered a partially torn right pectoral tendon during a brawl with Rollins this past Monday on RAW. Rhodes kept this very quiet but on Friday, while weight training in preparation for his match, the tendon tore completely off the bone.

Nonetheless, being the man and the competitor that he is, Rhodes has vowed to still face Rollins inside Hell in a Cell tonight.

There is no doubt Rollins must be salivating to get his hands on a wounded Rhodes tonight.

Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair def. Asuka and Becky Lynch :-

Starting off WWE Hell in a Cell with a bang, Bianca Belair battled Becky Lynch and Asuka with Belair’s Raw Women’s Championship on the line. The ring shone brightly with the stardom that the three women brought, ensuring the opening match was special. Chicago let Belair know quickly they were in her corner, with raucous chants of “EST” echoing throughout the arena.

Asuka and Belair quickly worked together to level the playing field, sending Lynch to the outside, much to the delight of the WWE Universe. This set off a spectacular face-off between the two, before Lynch entered back into the equation. Belair showed off her strength early, tossing Lynch from the top rope onto the canvas below.

Belair went for the KOD on Asuka, before The Empress turned it around, executing a painful armbar on the champion. Lynch soon took advantage, delivering a top-rope leg drop on Belair before Asuka saved the match with a monumental sliding kick. Lynch and Asuka then traded blows with each other with frenetic kicks from Asuka to put down Big Time Becks.

Bianca Belair shows off her strength by hoisting up and dropping Asuka in a wild Raw Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match.

A “This is Awesome” chant soon broke out with the crowd loving every minute of this fast-paced affair. Belair nearly capitalized with a KOD on Lynch who got out only to be put down with an awe-inspiring suplex. Lynch tried her best to quell The EST’s momentum by pulling the champion’s hair, however Belair got out of it and subsequently delivered a backspring moonsault onto both challengers.

The action was stupendous with many “blink and you’ll miss it” moments including a double knee facebuster from Asuka to Lynch which nearly gave The Empress of Tomorrow the victory. Asuka then performed an excruciating double ankle lock onto Belair and Lynch, stunning the crowd with her impressive feat.

Asuka flies in to level Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch with a flurry of kicks in a chaotic Triple Threat Match for the Raw Women’s Title.

Lynch then locked on the Dis-Arm-Her onto Belair, who had to fight with every fiber in her being to not submit. Asuka twice saved the match for Belair, who it seemed Lynch had beat after a Man-handle Slam and a vicious kick from Asuka left the champion reeling. The three women left everything they had in the ring, trading signature moves left and right, back and forth.

Just when it looked as if Lynch was about to overcome Asuka with the Man-handle Slam, Bianca suddenly threw her out of the ring and pinned The Empress herself, beating Big Time Becks at her own game.

Bobby Lashley def. Omos & MVP (2-on-1 Handicap Match) :-

The third part in this epic clash of the titans did not disappoint as The All Mighty had to overcome a herculean task in taking down Omos and MVP in a show-stopping Handicap Match. Bobby Lashley’s malignant former manager MVP made a show of starting the match against Lashley, however quickly tagged in the colossal Omos.

A test of strength led to Lashley outsmarting Omos, but Lashley’s momentum was soon stopped by Omos’ raw power. Dangerous duo MVP and Omos took over with the numbers game, tagging each other in and out to take out The All Mighty.

The Nigerian Giant barreled through Bobby Lashley like a freight train to send The All Mighty crashing through the ringside barricade.

Lashley attempted many power moves but these were to no avail as The Nigerian Giant lived up to his moniker, delivering gigantic clubbing blows to Lashley. When Lashley was taken to the outside, Omos sprinted with frightening speed to brutally force Lashley through the barricade.

Despite this, Lashley kept coming back, valiantly taking the fight to MVP and his client. Surprise interference by former cohort Cedric Alexander led to a colossal spear to Omos. Lashley quickly capitalized and snapped The Hurt Lock onto MVP, securing the submission victory. In the end it was The All Mighty who stood tall, vanquishing his malignant former manager and monstrous new client, proving Lashley is the true titan of the Raw brand.

After the match, Lashley took in the ovation of the WWE Universe, taking a fan’s replica WWE Championship Title and holding it over his head.

Madcap Moss def. Happy Corbin (No Holds Barred Match) :-

After being taken out of action for three weeks due a brutal assault at the hands of Happy Corbin with the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal trophy, Madcap Moss was ready for vengeance in the form of a hellacious No Holds Barred Match.

The two went to the outside of the confines of the ring with no hesitation, total barbaric destruction on the mind of each competitor. Moss and Corbin brawled extensively with Moss at one point throwing a desk chair into the face of his former employer.

Corbin attempted to go for the carousel of objects under the ring before deciding against it, drawing ire from the WWE Universe in Chicago. The unforgiving steel chair eventually entered into the equation with Corbin using it to devastating effect. The Lone Wolf once again wrapped the chair around the neck of Moss and threw him into the announce table, a gruesome reminder of what he did to his protégé weeks prior.

However, with the stakes high, it was Moss who wiped the smile off Happy’s face after he ruthlessly dropped the ring steps onto Corbin who had a steel chair wrapped around his head. With that crushing drop, Moss covered his former friend, earning a resounding win. Moss reveled in his victory as Corbin was lifted onto a stretcher after the match.

Kevin Owens def. Ezekiel :-

For weeks, Ezekiel has drawn the ire of Kevin Owens, who insisted that Ezekiel is really just Elias, not Elias’ brother. Even with a lie detector test proving Ezekiel is who he says he is, KO has made it his life goal to expose Ezekiel as an imposter, leading to this frenetic showdown.

Chicago gave Ezekiel the support he needed, with a “Zeke” chant leading him to a lightning fast knee strike that stunned KO. A top-rope elbow drop by Ezekiel nearly spelled the end for KO. The animosity between the two led to a painful Irish Whip to the ring post outside by Owens.

Owens repeatedly aggravated Ezekiel and the crowd, proclaiming again and again that Ezekiel is Elias. Owens kept up this vitriol with Ezekiel, with the two exchanging blows and Tornado DDTs. The tide turned for Ezekiel when he thwarted an attempted Senton Bomb by lifting his knees.

The two gave it all they had, with Owens and Ezekiel kicking out of a thunderous spinebuster and a Pop-up Powerbomb, respectively. Owens couldn’t let go of his anger toward Ezekiel and delivered an awesome sequence of moves that included two superkicks, a cannonball and a Stunner to put down Ezekiel. With KO’s arm raised, he again repeated that Ezekiel is Elias, surely feeling vindicated.

The Judgment Day def. Finn Bálor, AJ Styles & Liv Morgan :-

Order completely broke down in the opening moments of Finn Bálor, AJ Styles & Liv Morgan’s Six-Man Tag Team Match against The Judgment Day, with all three competitors engaging in an all-out brawl. An assisted hurricanrana from Liv Morgan onto Rhea Ripley, however, quickly sent a message that her team would not be intimidated by their dark adversaries.

Before the opening bell could ring, chaos broke out as all six Superstars in the Mixed Tag Team Match brawled in the center of the ring.

Ripley however took control by deploying a dominating headbutt onto Morgan, promptly followed by a Delayed Vertical Suplex. Morgan took the brunt of the beginning moments before tagging in The Phenomenal One, who faced off against Damian Priest. Quick tags from Morgan’s team gave them an advantage, but The Judgment Day responded with devious tactics of their own.

Edge goaded the crowd as he took apart The Prince with merciless blows. As Bálor was inches away from tagging in Styles, Edge dropped The Prince with a bone-shattering facebuster. The Judgment Day focused on Bálor extensively, preventing him from getting a much needee from his.

Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley go to war between each other

Styles finally got hisdge, calling for a Phenomenal Forearm and connecting with it beautifully for the first time since before WrestleMania. The diabolical Prest broke up the pinfall attempt, saving The Judgment Day from defeat.

All six Superstars showed up and showed out, with Ripley displaying outrageous power and Morgan displaying unbelievable tenacity. Morgan, Styles and Bálor ignited the crowd with all three delivering diving attacks to the outside onto The Judgment Day. Ripley twice stopped Bálor from delivering a Coup de Grace, the second time leading to a spine-tingling Spear executed by Edge onto Bálor, who then pinned the former Universal Champion to gain the win for The Judgment Day.

Austin theory vs Mustafa :Austin completely dominated the match, retraining his title, moving closer to becoming the better John Cena

Cody Rhodes v Seth Rollins
Winner: Cody Rhodes
Cody shows the internal bruising from his torn pec. Seth targets the injury, Cody holding off Seth with punches and Cody connects a Cody Cutter. 1-2 kick out. Cody applies a figure four. Seth uses kendo stick to hit Cody on the injury. Seth continues to use kendo stick exploiting the injury. Cody is able to gain some control slamming Rollins head into cage. Seth turns the tide and controls the match, slow
and methodical attacks. Rollins puts on Rhodes entrance jacket, pulls a polka dot weightlifting belt that says “Visionary”. Rollins attempts to use the table for an attack, Rhodes gets some temporary space. Rollins is able to position Rhodes on the table, Rollins attempts a frog splash on the table Rhodes moves,
Rollins misses the splash. Rhodes grabs a bull rope and challenges Rollins to put it on. Rollins accepts, the match becomes a impromptu bull rope match. After some action with the rope, Rollins replaces the rope with a table, Rhodes reverses a whip to the table and performs a cross broadens, 1-2 kick out. Rollins is able to turn the tables and power bombs Cody into the table. 1-2 kick out. Another weapon (sledge hammer) via Seth. Sledgehammer is attempted to be used pedigree attempt by Rollins, reversed by Rhodes into a pedigree, 1-2 kick out. Curbstomp by Rollins, 1-2 kick out. Dueling Crossrhodes 1-2, kick out. Rhodes nails Rollins with a sledge hammer, 1-2-3 to put an end to the showw

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