After what happened at Wrestlemania Backlash, it is time to put an end to many rivalries within the always incredible steel cages. WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 He arrives earlier than many of us thought to this year’s calendar, and he does it to close some rivalries such as that of Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre, which will put an end to their contests within the steel.
But the title of the WWE It will not be the only one to be put into play within a Hell in a Cell match, but Bianca Belair will also put her Smackdown champion belt on the line against Bayley within this structure. For the rest, in case you have not been attentive, the fight between Roman Reigns and Rey Mysterio for the Universal title that was planned for the PPV The last SmackDown show already took place with the victory of the current champion, Reigns. It was there that other matches that make up the card were also confirmed.
Follow us, live, the resultados de WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 with all the winners and the summary of the combats.
Kickoff: Natalya vs. Mandy Rose
Mandy Rose, accompanied by Dana Brooke, fights against Natalya (who is also accompanied by Tamina, both champions as a couple) in the WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff before the official start of the event. There is not much justification or substance in the context of the meeting beyond the fact that the two couples have been in rivalry for several weeks.
Natalya gets the victory by submission in a fight with few frills but effective. An appetizer served as such, with an unattractive and interesting showdown. Will we ever see, again, the women’s tag team championship at stake on the official undercard of a PPV?
Combate Hell in a Cell por el campeonato de SmackDown: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Bayley
WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 officially kicks off with the red steel cage coming down to cover the ring, as the first match of the night pits SmackDown champion Bianca Belair against title contender Bayley. . Hell in a Cell matches do not have any type of disqualification and the steel cage covers the ring completely.
Wild combat full of violent movements, taking advantage of the cage and other weapons such as chairs, ladders or kendo sticks. At times the development has been slow (especially at the beginning), but the fighters demonstrate their performance with ease. Bayley leads the personality of the fight, biting Bianca, tying her ponytail several times …
Finally, it is Bianca Belair who wins the first Hell in a Cell match of her career, throwing Bayley against a ladder.
Winner and still SmackDown champion: Bianca Belair
Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins
The same fight that we lived in the last edition of Wrestlemania is repeated in WWE Hell in a Cell 2021, when Cesaro managed to beat Seth Rollins. Again, both fighters face each other after Rollins attacked the Swiss in Backlash and their enmity was pronounced in recent weeks.
Rollins had so much desire to hit Cesaro with a few blows that there was no entry, since he interrupted him before he stepped into the ring. That high pace has dominated much of the fight, showing that both are in fantastic form. Good movements and impeccable execution in one of the best matches of the evening.
Seth Rollins steals the victory from Cesaro on a quick and unexpected count of three. Hopefully in the future we can live the tiebreaker, because they have often fought.
Ganador: Seth Rollins
It is confirmed that Money in the Bank will be the next PPV of the company and will take place on July 18, finally, with an in-person audience.
Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler
Shayna Baszler messed with Alexa Bliss doll and ever since then the toy, if it really is, has been haunting her … faces are seen in the ring at WWE Hell in a Cell 2021, although as Alexa herself comments, everything is possible and who knows what may happen …
It has been a long time until we have been able to see Alexa Bliss have full performance in the ring, so it is pleasant news to see that she has been able to carry out a “normal” fight against Baszler, winning and making good movements. In the middle of the fight, he also shows with his powers that he is able to control Nia Jax (who accompanied Shayna out of the ring) to perform the actions he wants.
Winner: Alexa Bliss
Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
The great friends and companions face each other once more. This time the justification comes last Friday on SmackDown, where Kevin Owens lost his match because of a provocation from Sami Zayn.
Combat somewhat slow and with few flashes, especially when knowing what both fighters are capable of achieving (together, I won’t even tell you), but who manages to fulfill their mid-card combat duty to degrease. Sami Zayn, with blood in his mouth included, manages to obtain a clean victory.
Winner: Sami Zayn
Campeona de Raw Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair
After winning the title at Wrestlemania and defending it at Backlash, Rhea Ripley faces one of the greatest challenges of her career: going one-on-one against Charlotte Flair, the most decorated woman in WWE history. In the past, Charlotte beat Ripley at Wrestlemania for the NXT title. Will there be revenge?
A very aggressive confrontation, especially by Charlotte, with both contestants demonstrating their physical might. Some imbalances mean that the combat never finds fluidity in its development (it does not give the feeling that they understand each other well in the ring), but it is entertaining.
The rivalry will continue as the match ends in disqualification of Rhea Ripley after throwing Charlotte against the commentary table. Flair wins but the belt doesn’t change hands for it.
Winner Charlotte Flair by disqualification, thus still champion: Rhea Ripley.
Combate Hell in a Cell por el campeonato de la WWE: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
This is Drew McIntyre’s last chance. Either he wins Bobby Lashley inside the steel cage or he will no longer be eligible for the belt as long as the almighty continues to be champion. The match puts an end to WWE Hell in a Cell 2021.
Brutal confrontation from the first second, as the two fighters are used to. Chairs, kendo sticks, savage blows against the steel structure, tables … Wounds and blood end up pouring out of both of their bodies.
When McIntyre could have won the fight, the referee was out of the game after receiving a chair hit to the face, and when he is about to win for the second time after connecting a Claymore, it is MVP who avoids the count of three (and who takes another Claymore in return). Obviously, Lashley takes advantage of the situation and after an agonizing end he wins the victory in an exciting fight.
Winner and still champion: Bobby Lashley