Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE HELL IN A CELL 2022 pay-per-view!
The event is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET with the kickoff, followed by the main show starting at 8 p.m.
Follow along here throughout the show for the results of each match as well as my personal thoughts on everything throughout the night down after the separation bar.
Keep refreshing for new updates, check out the quick results at the top of the page for the winners and chat it up with everyone in the comments as the show goes on!
Quick Hits Results:
- Raw Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match: Bianca Belair (c) defeated Asuka and Becky Lynch by pinfall (on Asuka)
- 2-on-1 Handicap Match: Bobby Lashley defeated Omos and MVP by submission.
- Kevin Owens defeated Ezekiel by pinfall.
- Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match: The Judgment Day defeated Finn Bálor, AJ Styles and Liv Morgan by pinfall.
- No Holds Barred Match: Madcap Moss defeated Happy Corbin by pinfall.
- United States Championship Match: Theory (c) defeated Mustafa Ali by pinfall.
- Hell in a Cell Match: Cody Rhodes defeated Seth Rollins by pinfall.
Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:
- Immediately starting the pre-show, some guy trying to get in the camera shot trips on a wire or something and messes up the microphone while the introductions are happening. Great start!
- Kayla Braxton confirmed the reports that Cody Rhodes tore his pec. However, she’s saying the match is still on. This is going to be a MESS. The event already has such low value with all these rematches and the lack of so many noteworthy people (no Roman Reigns, Ronda Rousey, etc). I hope WWE learns a lesson from this.
- Well, that was a waste of an hour. AKA, it was a regular kickoff.
Raw Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match
- I’m going to say that by the end of this night, we’ll look back on this and say opening up the card with this was a mistake, that it all went downhill from this point, and that this match should have been switch to be inside Hell in a Cell to compensate for the main event. I hope I’ll be proven wrong. I’m really not looking forward to sitting through hours of garbage.
- I’m still not sure why this Big Time Becks character dresses like Poker Face era Lady Gaga.
- Damn good match so far. Not too surprising, considering the performers involved.
- Great spot with Lynch going for the armbar and Belair picking her up for an attempted KOD.
- Point-on for Asuka’s dropkick to Belair soon after that, too.
- Fun from start to finish. I don’t know if I would have gone with that particular pinfall idea, with it being Belair stealing the win on Asuka after a Manhandle Slam, but great job to all three Superstars and the producer of this segment overall.
Let’s fill some time on this event with a video package about Roman Reigns. You know…the guy with both belts who isn’t at this show and hasn’t been seen in a few weeks? I can’t believe WWE made Reigns the new Brock Lesnar and adopted the same strategy of “give him the belt and then stop with the appearances” that was always the problem with Lesnar.
Backstage, Cedric Alexander continues to try to appeal to MVP and Omos. MVP tells Alexander that The Hurt Business absolutely is never coming back and he needs to stop. Forecasting interference on his behalf to help out Bobby Lashley, instead?
2-on-1 Handicap Match
- Standard handicap match affair going on with the two-on-one teaming.
- Going with the “tackle through the barricade and just come short of being counted out” spot? Okay.
- Here’s Cedric, getting involved so Lashley can take advantage of the distraction and get one over on MVP, since Omos isn’t taking the pin.
- Aaaaand there we go with the Hurt Lock for the win.
They’re still selling this idea that Cody Rhodes is going to wrestle Seth Rollins tonight. I do not buy it whatsoever.
Ezekiel vs. Kevin Owens
- I didn’t update this at all because I had nothing at all to say for the entire match. Not one moment of it was interesting enough to comment on, bad or good. It was just a generic match that is already forgettable and the bell just rang 10 seconds ago.
Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match
- Place your bets. Is Balor turning on Morgan and Styles, or will Judgment Day win by some other method like Ciampa joining, or just a clean pin?
- Interesting that after she joins the super dark cult adorned in black, Rhea Ripley adds a bunch of purple to her gear. For the first time in years, she’s not wearing all black (outside of her Mania match against Charlotte Flair) and it’s after joining the emo group? Sure. But it actually looks interesting, so rule of cool dictates a thumbs up.
- The match was good enough for filler, but left much to the imagination. Ending with a clean win of Edge spearing Balor and nothing more going on means if there is an angle coming out of this, WWE is waiting until Raw to do it.
Backstage, Cedric Alexander told Lashley “That wasn’t for you. That was for me.”. He’s going to try to stand out on his own. Lashley said he’s proud of him, but warned him not to mess with any of his matches ever again, just the same.
No Holds Barred Match
- Funny that Pat McAfee isn’t there tonight. Either he said he wasn’t flying out for one match or WWE said he shouldn’t bother. After all, this is mostly “Monday Night Raw presents Hell in a Cell”
- I’m glad to see he’s not just Madcap now. But can we go back to Riddick Moss and drop the Madcap thing altogether?
- Moss looks so much more credible with this ring gear and not the suspenders. Night and day.
- In typical fashion, the “we want tables” chants have started.
- Credit where it’s due, Moss is fired up. He always seems enthusiastic no matter what he’s doing.
- Decent finish with Moss slamming the steel steps on the chair while it was wrapped around Corbin’s neck.
United States Championship Match
- Theory isn’t even off the stage yet and I’ve already written “Theory retained the title by pinfall” on multiple things.
- Protect Theory. Build him. This kid’s got such a bright future if WWE doesn’t mess things up with a bad gimmick or awful booking.
- Ali using an STF made people pop. A nod to John Cena to come? Lots of support for the hometown boy, though.
- No title change for Chicago’s own, though. WWE loves beating people in their area. Saw that one coming from several miles away.
- Good touch having Theory’s selfie pop up on the TitanTron right after.
Hell in a Cell Match
- Let’s see how WWE handles this Cody Rhodes situation.
- Okay. I like Seth Rollins coming out in the yellow polka dots. That’s good.
- You can see the bruise before Cody’s even taken off his coat.
- Oh damn. Now that he’s taken it off, that’s gnarly. How is he supposed to wrestle?
- Doing ANYTHING has already exceeded my expectations after seeing that bruise. I fundamentally do not understand how he could be medically cleared to compete if he’s legitimately injured. I’m actually starting to be suspicious this is a work and that is makeup or something.
- Well, you know I’m not going to crap on this match and call it bad even if it ends up being that. Just the fact that it is happening at all is baffling.
- “Thank you, Rollins” chant????? What?? I hate crowds, sometimes.
- Cody’s pulling out a bull rope. This match needed more cow bell.
- Rollins accepted the challenge to hook his arm and make this effectively a bull rope match inside Hell in a Cell. Neat.
- Great sound when Rhodes bonked Rollins with the cow bell. PLUNK!
- Rollins powerbombs Rhodes through the table into the turnbuckle for a two-count. Safety first, kids.
- Cody dodges a sledgehammer strike and a Pedigree attempt before hitting a Pedigree of his own! Two-count, though. Big fan of those two doing a Pedigree.
- Rhodes kicks out of a curb stomp, too.
- Cross Rhodes. Another one. And another one. Sledgehammer to Rollins for the win.
- If he’s legitimately injured, that’s insane, because this was far better than it should have been.
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