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WWE: Hell in a Cell 2010
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Its' demonic structure can make a career or end it. Some of the most iconic moments of the last decade have happened in Hell in a Cell and now it s a WWE pay-per-view event! The stars of Raw and SmackDown, will compete at Hell in a Cell, and this DVD will include all the matches from this spectacular event.
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*Daniel Bryan, WWE United States Champion, facing John Morrison and The Miz in a Triple Threat Submissions Count Anywhere match for the WWE United States Championship
*Randy Orton, WWE Champion, facing Sheamus in a Hell in a Cell match for the WWE Championship
*Edge meeting Jack Swagger
*Wade Barrett facing John Cena in a singles match with a special stipulation. If Barrett wins, Cena has to join the Nexus. If Cena wins, The Nexus has to disband.
*Michelle McCool, WWE Divas Champion, facing Natalya for the WWE Divas Championship
*Kane, World Heavyweight Champion, facing The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match for the World Heavyweight Championship
It's three hours of grunts and groans, pinfalls and body slams!
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. The match got taken to the outside early with Orton being able to avoid Sheamus' attempt into using steel steps then ramming his back into the cell twice & using the steps on Sheamus himself before Orton ended up feeling the cell himself with Sheamus delievering a shoulderblock that knocked him off the apron into the cell. Sheamus targeted Orton's ribs including dropping him on the steel steps right on his ribs & even countering an attempted RKO with a knee into the ribs. Orton was able to recover with powerslaming Sheamus onto the steel steps & executing the hanging DDT from the apron onto the floor while Sheamus again focused on Orton's ribs using a chair & hitting Orton twice with the Crow Kick. Sheamus attempted a High Cross on the steps but Orton was able to counter with an RKO on the steel steps to finally prove he was the better man in what was definately the best match in their series.
Edge vs. Jack Swagger - We got a special bonus match here thanks to the computer we know as the "RAW General Manager." Swagger was in control early by working over Edge's midsection & being able to later counter the spear into a gutwrench powerbomb. Edge played the babyface here & not only busted Swagger's lip at one point but also did a baseball slide to the outside that accidently took out the cameraman. Eventhough the crowd was mostly dead for this one, it was a solid match.
John Cena vs. Wade Barrett - Either Nexus will disband or Cena will be forced to join the group but an extra stipulation was added in that if the Nexus touched Cena, Barrett would lose. Cena out grappled Barrett early before Nexus came down to the ring against the orders of Barrett who was clearly upset that they were there. As both men traded control, Nexus surrounded the ring before both RAW & SmackDown athletes chased them away keeping the match one on one. The crowd was split as they had dueling chants for both men when trading punches while Barrett was able to keep countering Cena's attempts at the Attitude Adjustment & even kicking out of it when Cena finally hit the move while Cena also kicked out of Barrett's Wasteland. Cena was in control when two mystery men (later revealed to be former NXT2 rookies Michael McGillicutty & Husky Harris) caused the distraction long enough for the result that had a bunch of the audience shocked & speechless.
Unified Divas Champion Michelle McCool vs. Natayla - This was pretty short & sweet with Natayla dominating & Layla constantly trying to get involved before finally saving the belt with a disqualification. The only thing noteworthy here was the unique way McCool was able to counter the sharpshooter with a heel hook but past that, this was only here to continue the feud.
Hell In A Cell Match: World Champion Kane vs. Undertaker - Taker came to the ring with the his recently reunited manager in Paul Bearer who stayed outside the cell. Both men started to brawl outside of the cell before getting into the cell with the ringside steps & a chair getting involved used such as Kane using both to work over Taker's leg while also dropkicking it & attacking it more to counter Taker's Old School. Taker gained control & was able to apply the Hell's Gate before Kane was able to escape the hold by exiting the ring but Taker didn't stop there with giving Kane both a chokeslam & powerbomb out of the corner at various points. Kane was able to tombstone Taker but unlike Night Of Champions, Taker had the energy to kick out which fustrated Kane causing him to knockout the referee. With the cell being opened for the referee to be taken out, Paul Bearer entered the cell only for Kane to stalk him into the ring where Taker regained the advantage & looked ready to put the finishing touches...before Paul Bearer was the deciding factor in Kane once again get another victory over Undertaker (in a way that came off very weak).
In the end, this really came off as an average PPV there was one match that I felt stole the show (U.S. Title match) while the top matches on the card were really good (both Hell In A Cell matches along with Cena/Barrett) but with others (Edge/Swagger) that was nothing special or a complete waste of time (Divas) but overall, it's a good PPV.
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