WWE Hell In A Cell 2022 Live Results

WWE Hell In A Cell 2022 Live Results WWE

Welcome to hell everybody! WWE is making their yearly trip to hell to bring us Hell In A Cell 2022 live from Chicago, and there is a lot of intrigue surrounding tonight’s main event.

Cody Rhodes is heading into the show with an injury, but as it stands is still slated to compete in tonight’s main event against Seth Rollins, so we shall have to see what happens with that one.

The full card for the show is as followed:

  • Hell In A Cell match – Cody Rhodes vs. Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins
  • Raw Women’s Championship – Bianca Belair (c) vs. Becky Lynch vs. Asuka
  • United States Championship – Theory (c) vs. Mustafa Ali
  • The Judgment Day (Edge, Damian Priest & Rhea Ripley) vs. AJ Styles, Finn Balor & Liv Morgan
  • Kevin Owens vs. Ezekiel
  • Bobby Lashley vs. MVP & Omos
  • No Holds Barred match – Madcap Moss vs. Happy Corbin

Hell In A Cell Match - Cody Rhodes vs. Seth 'Freakin' Rollins


Seth Rollins makes his entrance first, and he is wearing Polka Dots to mock Dusty Rhodes. What a douchebag. Cody is out now, and the WHOAAAAA only gets one arm outstretched, that’s how you know he’s injured.

Cody has just taken his jacket off and oh my goodness is his pec swollen.

Seth goes right for the injured arm of course but Cody rocks him with jabs, before dropping him with the disaster kick. Cody somehow nails a Cody Cutter, which does more damage to him than it does Seth.

The two men are fighting outside and Seth puts on Cody’s jacket and pulls out a polka dot weight belt to whip Cody with. Seth whips Cody right on the torn pec with the weight belt before pulling out a table.

Rollins lays out Rhodes on the table, he goes for a Frog Splash but Cody rolls away and Seth crashes through the wood. Seth is wrestling against himself at certain points here. Cody then goes under the ring to pull out a bull rope, a famous Rhodes family weapon.

Seth puts the rope on his arm, meaning both men now only have access to one arm. Big brain strats. Seth’s arm is now bleeding. Cody clocks Rollins with the cowbell for a two count.

Seth pulls out another table. Lets see how he puts himself through this one. Seth goes to powerbomb Cody through the table, but he counters it and hits the Cross Rhodes for a two count.

Seth Rollins has just powerbombed Cody through a table in the corner. Yes, the same Cody with a torn pec. He somehow kicks out. Come on Cody, just end this.

Seth has pulled out a sledgehammer. I am getting war flashbacks to the last time Rollins had a sledgehammer inside the cell. Cody cuts him off and HITS THE PEDIGREE! He only gets a two, but he FINALLY hits the Pedigree after months of teasing, going back to his AEW days.

Seth hits the stomp on Cody, but he kicks out. Bro, just stop now. Save yourself. Seth goes for a second stomp, but Cody moves out of the way. Seth counters Cody’s Cross Rhodes attempt into a Cross Rhodes of his own, but goes for a second like Cody did to beat him, but Cody counters that into a Cross Rhodes, but he’s too hurt to make the pin, which I could have said after 20 seconds.

Cody then wins a race for the sledgehammer, but drops it. Seth chases after it, but Cody hits two Cross Rhodes onto Seth. He goes for a third, but stops himself. He picks up the sledgehammer and clocks Rollins, before scoring the win!

Cody won with a torn pec, now get him to the f*cking back.

Genuinely one of the most compelling matches in history. What a man. How can anyone beat this man.

United States Championship - Theory (c) vs. Mustafa Ali


It’s time for Theory to defend his United States Championship against Mustafa Ali. Ali is introduced as Chicago’s own Mustafa Ali, and he comes out in a Chicago Bulls themed attire.

Big Ali chants from the hometown crowd. Ali has been on top of Theory so far, much to the enjoyment of the Chicago crowd. Ali finally goes outside to get Theory, hitting a big dive on him.

Theory has Ali grounded as the crowd rallies behind their hometown boy. Ali starts his comeback on the champ, hitting a rolling neckbreaker.

Ali nails a tornado DDT to Theory, before ascending to the top, but Theory cuts him off and goes for the A-Town Down, but Ali counters it into an STF, but Theory gets to the ropes. Ali nails a beautiful tilt-a-whirl DDT.

He ascends back to the top as the hometown crowd cheers him on. He goes for a 450 but Theory rolls out of the way and Ali splats. Theory cuts Ali off and nails A-Town Down to retain the title.

No Holds Barred Match - Madcap vs. Happy Corbin


We see a happy Bobby backstage who goes up to Cedric. Cedric says he’s sick of being treated like he’s unwanted, and he’s now got to find a way to stand on his own two feet. Bobby then says he’s proud of him, and warns him not to get involved in his matches ever again.

We are now in for Corbin vs Madcap II, No Holds Barred. Samantha does the introduction. They flew her out for this one match. Cole too, who is doing it with Corey Graves. The name said Madcap on the graphic, the commentators are calling him Madcap, but Samantha introduced him as Madcap Moss, and his titantron said Madcap Moss. I have no idea.

Madcap takes a chair but Corbin steals it from him to boos. Corbin tosses him over the table but Madcap yeets a chair at him. Corbin teases getting a table out from under the ring, but doesn’t do it, because he’s a douche.

Corbin hits Madcap in the back of the neck with a chair. The crowd still wants tables. Corbin hits Deep Six for a two count, as usual. Madcap sends Corbin’s bald head into a steel chair wedged in the corner.

Corbin wraps a chair around Madcap’s neck and rams him against the announce table. He then brings the bottom of the steel steps into the ring, which he places in the corner. Madcap tosses Corbin into the steps, before dropping Corbin with the Punchline. He then puts Corbin’s neck in a chair and picks up the bottom of the steps.

Madcap uses the steps to pillmanise Corbin’s neck for the victory.

The Judgment Day vs. AJ Styles, Finn Balor & Liv Morgan

Liv Morgan

Up next, the Judgment Day take on THE BULLET CLUB!

Judgment Day have matching attires now, and they look cool. Rhea has ditched the tights for a body piece a la Becky.

Liv and Rhea start the match off, and per WWE mixed tag rules, they can only face each other. The men get in and brawl though as the Bullet Club stand tall. Yes I am going to call them Bullet Club this whole time, it’s just easy Obviously I know they’re not actually the Bullet Club, before you jump on me.

Liv makes the tag to AJ, who calls for Edge to get in. So naturally in steps Priest. Finn is in now as Priest works over him after Edge distracts him, before Priest makes the tag to Edge.

Edge works over Finn and now Priest is back in. They take turns in assaulting Balor and tagging out. Balor rocks Priest with a chop that would make Gunther proud, before dropping Priest with a Pele Kick and getting the hot tag to AJ as Edge enters.

AJ and Edge finally go at it as AJ runs wild on him and Priest. He goes for the Styles Clash but Rhea tries to interfere. Liv fights her off, which distracts AJ, but he powers up and hits a Phenomenal Forearm which Priest breaks up.

AJ now makes the hot tag to Liv, who attempts a Hurricanrana on Rhea. Liv continues her offence, nailing a crucifix for a two count. Rhea gains control and attempts Riptide, but Liv slides under and tags in Balor. We get another big brawl with everyone. I think Priest is legal? The Bullet Club nail stereo dives.

Finn drops Priest and goes for the Coup De Grace but Rhea knocks him off, allowing Priest to tag in Edge. Finn is now running wild on Edge, dropping him and going for a Coup De Grace, but Rhea stands in his way to stop him. Liv takes her down, but Finn misses the Stomp and eats a Spear to earn the win for Judgment Day.

Kevin Owens vs. Ezekiel


It’s time for the first time ever clash between Kevin Owens and Ezekiel. It’s true, look it up. He fought Elias a few times, never Ezekiel.

Zeke ZEKES UP from the get go, clocking Owens with a knee and a diving elbow for a close near fall. I thought that was the finish.

They fight on the outside and Zeke is now busted open. Kev hits a moonsault for a two. Ezekiel is starting to get his second wind, countering Owens’ irish whip into the post.

Countered chants of “He’s Elias” “No He’s Not” as Zeke hits a number of Stinger Splashes in the corner, followed by a Spinebuster for a two.

Owens tries to get Zeke to admit he’s Elias, but he gets a BIG slap from Zeke, who rocks Owens with a big knee. He goes for a diving elbow but Owens cuts him off.

Owens then drops Ezekiel with a Stunner to score the surprising victory.

Bobby Lashley vs. Omos & MVP


I get a Roman Reigns video package, which I assume means ads on Peacock.

MVP then gasses up Omos backstage, when Cedric approaches and, I believe the kids call it ‘dickeating’. He does that to MVP, who says that them being associates is done, and Omos tells Cedric, in no uncertain terms, to f*ck off.

We now get Fall Mighty again, a banger, to hype up the match.

MVP starts the match out before he tags Omos in right away before Lashley can lay a hand on him. Omos takes Lashley down, and MVP now fancies his luck. He assaults Bobby for a bit before Omos comes back in.

Bobby takes the Nigerian Giant off his feet, but can’t get him up for a Suplex, naturally.

Bobby retreats to the outside and Omos charges at him and pounces him through the barricade, but Lashley gets in at a count of 9 as Omos brings in MVP.

Omos tries to hit the double handed chokeslam on Lashley, but Cedric Alexander leaps in. Omos yeets him away, but turns into a Lashley Spear. Lashley then avoids a Player’s Boot and taps MVP out to the Hurt Lock to a massive ovation.

Raw Women's Championship Match - Bianca Belair (c) vs. Asuka vs. Becky Lynch

Bianca Belair

The Raw Women’s Championship match is kicking us off, as Bianca Belair defends against both Asuka and Becky Lynch. Should be a banger.

Becky is wearing something on her head. It’s not a hat, it’s not glasses, it’s a thing. That’s what it is. There is a sign that says “Asuka Rocks”, that person is correct.

Becky was ganged up on right away, but is back in and taking it to Bianca. Asuka flies out of nowhere with some sick dropkicks. Bianca has just countered the Asuka armbar into a Powerbomb.

This has been all action since the opening bell, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Becky is all fired up, hitting Bexploders and diving leg drops, but isn’t able to keep either woman down.

Becky and Asuka are exchanging strikes, so naturally Asuka comes out on top. Bianca attempts a KOD on Becky, kicking Asuka while Becks is on her shoulders, but Becky lands on her feet. Bianca then lays both women out for a standing moonsault, but they both kick out. This match is going insane right now.

ASUKA HAS BOTH WOMEN IN ANKLE LOCKS! I forgot how good she was after being away so long. My god. Becky reverses Bianca’s schoolboy into a dis-arm-her, which Becky counters into a KOD attempt that Becky fights out of.

Becky locks in a Dis-Arm-Her on the ropes, but Bianca again counters into a KOD attempt, but Asuka takes her down. Asuka and Becky exchange cradles before Asuka locks in the Asuka Lock, but Bianca enters to distract them.

Becky drops Asuka with the Manhandle Slam, but Bianca tosses her to the outside and steals the pin to retain the title!

Welcome to hell!

Hell In A Cell

The kick-off show is upon us. There are no matches announced for the kick-off, but if anything important is announced then I will keep you informed.

They have just announced on the kick-off that Cody has torn his pec, but he is still scheduled to compete on tonight’s show.

They aired the Nightmare Factory video. It’s still odd seeing it on WWE TV.

They aired the Fall Mighty diss track, and Kevin Patrick claimed he didn’t know what a diss track was. Huh.

2 years ago by Connel Rumsey



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