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See WWE Hell In A Cell 2022 Results, News, and Notes 

WWE Hell In A Cell 2022

See WWE Hell In A Cell 2022 Results, News, and Notes

Hell in a Cell is a WWE event that takes place in a cell. In Part 3 of their ongoing feud, 2022 from Chicago, Illinois announced a Hell in a Cell match between an injured Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins.

In their previous two pay-per-view matches, Rhodes had beaten Rollins. Bianca Belair defended the Raw Women’s Championship against Asuka and Becky Lynch in a Triple Threat match at Hell in a Cell. Happy Corbin faced Madcap in the lone SmackDown match.

Hell in a Cell was linked to rumors that Bray Wyatt might return to WWE. After changing his Twitter handle to Wyatt 6, Wyatt ignited rumors.

“Everything good that’s ever happened to me, first came a period horrible suffering,” said Wyatt in a cryptic tweet.

“I never ask why, I just wait for the rough part to end. I was chosen for whatever reason. And I’ve got shit to do. It doesn’t hurt anymore, it burns.

I’m ready now⭕️”

WWE Raw received a near-record-low 1.497 million viewers for its Memorial Day telecast this week. On a yearly basis, Memorial Day has a negative impact on Raw ratings. Game 2 of the NBA Finals provided fierce competition for tonight’s Hell in a Cell broadcast.

*The Good, Bad And Ugly From The Green Bay Packers’ Win Over The San Francisco 49ers*

WWE Raw received a near-record-low 1.497 million viewers for its Memorial Day telecast this week. On a yearly basis, Memorial Day has a negative impact on Raw ratings. Game 2 of the NBA Finals provided fierce competition for tonight’s Hell in a Cell broadcast.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Match Card

1. Bianca Belair vs. Asuka vs. Becky Lynch | WWE Raw

2. Women’s Championship
Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Rollins | Hell in a Cell

3. Bobby Lashley vs. Omos and MVP

4. Ezekiel vs. Kevin Owens

5. Theory vs. Mustafa Ali | WWE United States Championship

6. Finn Balor, AJ Styles and Liv Morgan vs. Judgment Day

7. Madcap Moss vs. Happy Corbin

MJF Pipebomb Promo (Pro Wrestling Bits)

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Results on June 5

Bianca Belair def. Becky Lynch and Asuka

Becky Lynch got a heel reaction, Asuka got a mixed reaction, and Bianca Belair got an overwhelmingly babyface reaction during the ring introductions.

Asuka’s continual breaking up of nearfalls, which saved Bianca Belair’s championship, was a part of the plot.

Becky Lynch executed a stunning Disarm-Her between the first and second ropes shortly after this contest earned “this is fantastic” cheers.

Bianca Belair won this match by taking Becky Lynch’s pinfall. Despite being billed as a heel throughout the bout, the crowd erupted in celebration of Belair’s victory.

Bobby Lashley def. Omos and MVP

Cedric Alexander said he’s going to do what he does best, come behind and “clip that knee.” There’s an endless list of Cedric’s wrestling moves that are way better than that.

MVP released an awesome diss track on Bobby Lashley ahead of his match against Bobby Lashley. It was the best video hype package since “Running up that Hill” in 2010. At one point, MVP said “even though your name is Bobby I got brains like Heenan.”

Omos hit Lashley with a stiff front suplex and poor Lashley landed directly on his right shoulder. Hopefully, it wasn’t the same shoulder that was injured earlier this year.

Bobby Lashley teased he was going for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship while posing on the turnbuckle. Lashley later absconded a replica WWE Championship and celebrated with it. Cedric Alexander cost Omos and MVP this match after being brushed off in a segment earlier. Good on him.

Kevin Owens def. Ezekiel

There were big “Zeke” chants in Chicago, which flew in the face of all those “Ezekiel isn’t going to get over” people—and boy were there a lot of them.

Kevin Owens took a filthy upside-down bump in the turnbuckle that sent him flying onto his back.

Chants of “He’s Elias” rang out in the Allstate Center as this storyline continues to connect.

*Judgment Day def. AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan*

After endless teases of a new member of Judgment Day, hopefully WWE can pay this off during a premium live event.

Judgment Day’s colors appear to be black and purple, so for those keeping score, they’re ripping off both House of Black and The Dark Order.

Finn Balor pasted Damian Priest’s chest with one of the loudest chops you’ll ever hear.

This was WWE’s answer to the “party match.” Everybody involved worked hard and got the match over.

Madcap def. Happy Corbin

The first (and only) SmackDown match of the night came one hour and 48 minutes into the show.

Fans quickly broke into a “we want tables” chant. Happy Corbin brilliantly used this to get heat by teasing he was going to get a table, only to shove it back under the ring.

Instead of rallying behind Madcap Moss, fans only continued to chant “we want tables.” This match ultimately ignored them, which tells me there’s a table spot planned for the Hell in a Cell main event.

Happy Corbin was stretchered out of the arena after being pillmanized by Madcap. Hopefully, Happy Corbin will come back with a new gimmick as well.

Theory def. Mustafa Ali

Mustafa Ali was introduced as “Chicago’s own” Mustafa Ali by the ring announcer, and the crowd erupted in support of him throughout the match.

Throughout this feud, Mustafa Ali has been booked poorly. The only thing that could make this narrative worse is if WWE beat him up in front of his friends and family in Chicago.

Ali didn’t get full extension on a superkick to a midair Austin Theory in a messy exchange.

Austin Theory pulled off a flawless modified Spanish on Ali, who is the king of both giving and receiving the technique.

WWE decided to enrage the audience immediately before the main event by having Theory win.

Cody Rhodes def. Seth Rollins

In the video package for this match, Seth Rollins said “they used to sing my song,” only for fans to sing his theme music.

Seth Rollins cosplayed as Dusty Rhodes in a hilarious moment. The “Visionary” Seth Rollins character swings and misses a lot, but when he connects he hits them out of the park.

Cody Rhodes took his robe off to reveal an extremely bruised pectoral muscle. Fans immediately went silent as even Corey Graves described them as “aghast.” He was clearly gutting this one out.

Seth Rollins dominated this match for the first half, even putting on Rhodes’ robe during the assault.

Fans quickly went from showing concern for Cody to exploding for Rollins when he introduced a table into the match. They even chanted “thank you Rollins.” As predicted earlier, it was indeed Rollins who went through the table.

In the most climactic moment of the match, Cody Rhodes challenged Seth Rollins to an impromptu bullrope match.

Rhodes finally hit a pedigree, and even used a sledgehammer. Hopefully he wasn’t giving these spots away so early into his return because he expects to be out for a while.

For more on this match, and Cody Rhodes’ injury, click here.

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