WWE: Hell in a Cell 2010
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Daniel Bryan (c) vs John Morrison vs The Miz
Great match and great effort. These guys put their bodies on the line. Crazy. Bryan and the Miz was going to be good again, but putting in Morrison was a great idea.
They did everything to sell the match taking out it outside, to the fans, then using the stage as a weapon. Morrison getting tossed of the stage, or Morrison spring boarding of the ramp to give Bryan a devastating kick. Lmao I can't remember the last time somebody pulled off a wrestling move on the aisle. Solid opener.
Randy Orton vs. Sheamus - First Hell in the Cell match. You know this be a classic. This has been a great feud with Randy and Sheamus. Sheamus what you can say about the guy, he's very good, and there's no surprise why the Wwe wanted to push despite some concerns from internet wrestling community. I think this guy's great and can work with anybody. On to the match, it was as violent as you expect it to be. They did everything as
well to sell this match. I knew Randy would win, but Sheamus came very close. A couple of memorable moments Randy's scoop slam on Sheamus on steel steps and Sheamus giving a suplex on the steel. Randy retains. Great match.
John Cena vs. Wade Barrett -Great match this Wade Barrett has everything the look, the talent, style. He is Nxt winner for a reason. He and Cena work well. Big story with the match with stipulation that Nexus is barred from ringside and if Cena wins, the Nexus is gone but if he loses, he joins Nexus. Good match worked well. Both guys made themselves look strong here.
Cena got to his big starts but then Wade took control and started
to dominate thanks a temporary distraction from Nexus.Read more ›
Hell In A Cell Match: WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Sheamus - With their previous matches (Royal Rumble & SummerSlam) not having a clear winner due to disqualifications, this final encounter would happen in the Cell.Read more ›
1. U.S. Title Submissions Count Anywhere Triple Threat Match
Daniel Bryan (c) vs. John Morrison vs. the Miz
Aside from the absolutely absurd stipulation, and the fact that Morrison did not need to be added to this match at all, this was a very good opener. They brawled all over the place, and they used some nice submission moves. Crowd was very into this match as well. At one point, morrison jumped off the stage onto Bryan and Miz, which was insane. Finish came after Alex Riley interfered and took out Morrison, and then Bryan put Miz and the Lebell lock and made him submit. In my opinion, this was the best match of the night. ***1/4
2. WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match
Randy Orton (c) vs. Sheamus
Very odd placement for this match. This was a good match as well, the only problem I had was that it felt like a normal pro wrestling match that just happened to be taking place inside a cell. That's WWE PG for ya. Psychology was good as Orton worked over Sheamus' arm. They based a lot of this match around the ring steps, and the finish came after Orton hit an RKO onto Sheamus onto the steps for the win. Good match, but it felt like it went a bit too long and didn't really need to be a Hell in a Cell match. ***
Alberto Del Rio then came out and tlaked about how great he was. Edge interrupted him, and continued his gimmick of trying to put an end to all things stupid.Read more ›
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GOTTA BE A WWE FAN TO ENJOY ALL THE PAY PER VIEWS THEY THROW AT YOU NOW. BOUGHT THIS FOR MY GRANDSON AND HE LOVES IT.....GO UNDERTAKER.......Published on October 29, 2013 by TRACY RUCH
I like see these hell in a cell matches and see who wins them. I like see what happen on raw the next night.Published on June 6, 2013 by Kurt Mstoecklhuber
this is a birthday present for my brother who is a huge WWE fan, ordered the other day and he got it yesterday! Just in time for his birthday March 5th!Published on March 2, 2013 by Tina
Hell in a Cell 2010 took place on October 3, 2010 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.Six matches took place that night and all are presented here. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Joseph McDonald
This event is the second annual Hell-in-a-Cell PPV presented by WWE. My overall impression of this event is that these are great matches, but they aren't great hell-in-a-cell... Read morePublished on January 5, 2011 by Burgess