Monday, October 29, 2012
WWE Hell in a Cell Results
WWE Champion CM Punk def. Ryback (Hell in a Cell Match)
Some WWE fans thought it would take an act of God for WWE Champion CM Punk to walk out of his Hell in a Cell Match against Ryback with the title still in his possession. In truth, all it took was an act of deception from the WWE Champion and a WWE official that won’t soon be forgiven.
Successfully executing a plan that could only have sprang from the twisted mind of Paul Heyman, CM Punk became the first Superstar to defeat the human wrecking ball after WWE official Brad Maddox revealed himself to be working in collusion with The Straight Edge Champion. The same referee who garnered Punk’s wrath after some questionable officiating on the Sept. 17 edition of Raw, Maddox changed the course of WWE history by low-blowing Ryback as he was about to finish Punk with Shell Shocked and then counting the pin in less than three seconds while helping the WWE Champion hold down Ryback’s massive legs.
Punk and the underhanded official may have pulled of a devious plan, but both men ended up in pieces after a very angry Ryback tore apart the ref and Shell Shocked the cowardly champion on the roof of Hell in a Cell.
It happened like this — just as Ryback prepared to finish the WWE Champion off with Shell Shocked, referee Brad Maddox stood in the machine’s path. It only took a moment, but with the mighty Superstar halted, Maddox dropped to his knees and delivered a vicious low blow to the big man. When Ryback fell over, Punk rolled him up and the crooked official threw himself on top of the cover while performing the fastest three-count the WWE Universe had ever witnessed.
There was no celebration on the WWE Champion’s behalf — just a hopeless struggle to get out of Hell in a Cell before Ryback came to. Punk wouldn’t be so lucky this time. After dispatching of Maddox by throwing him out of the ring and directly into the unforgiving steel of the Cell, Ryback chased his rival to the very top of the towering structure. With nowhere left to run, Punk was snatched by the wrecking ball who Shell Shocked his prey in front of a wild WWE crowd in Atlanta’s Philips Arena. Ryback lost the bout, but as he put a foot onto the chest of his fallen opponent, he looked every bit the victor.
Big Show def. World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus
In the height of the incredible back-and-forth battle, Big Show suddenly caught Sheamus’ Brogue Kick attempt and proceeded to bring the WWE Universe to the edge of their seat. Cocking his explosive fist into the air, Big Show smashed the World Heavyweight Champion with the full force of the KO Punch. Though that certainly should have quelled the final stand for the titleholder, Sheamus once again showed the heart of a true champion by kicking out of the finisher in a moment that defied disbelief itself!
As monumental as Sheamus’ resilience was, however, it was not a feat that was destined to be repeated. While Sheamus indeed recovered and shocked all yet again by hitting the Brogue Kick on Big Show, the giant also kicked out! And when Sheamus went for a second Brogue Kick, Big Show hit a second earth-shattering KO Punch, finally finishing off Sheamus, capturing the World Heavyweight Title and forever erasing the disgrace of losing his last World Championship in 45 seconds last at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs last December!
Divas Champion Eve def. Layla and Kaitlyn (Divas Championship Triple Threat Match)
Team Rhodes Scholars def. Team Hell No by Disqualification
Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara def. The Prime Time Players
Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston def. The Miz
United States Champion Antonio Cesaro def. Justin Gabriel
Randy Orton def. Alberto Del Rio