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WWE Hell In A Cell 2021 Results: Winners, News And Notes After Final ThunderDome PPV

, WWE Hell In A Cell 2021 Results: Winners, News And Notes After Final ThunderDome PPV, The Nzuchi News Forbes

WWE Hell in a Cell advertised Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship inside Hell in a Cell in addition to the SmackDown Women’s Championship to be defended inside the hell as Bayley challenges Bianca Belair. Hell in a Cell also advertised Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler, Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn, Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins and Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Friday’s broadcast of WWE SmackDown, featuring Roman Reigns vs. Rey Mysteiro inside Hell in a Cell, garnered an overnight rating of 1.928 million, which is up 4.1% from the overnight rating the week before. WWE Raw garnered a viewership of 1.742 million.

  • June 14, 2021—1.742 million
  • June 7, 2021—1.640 million
  • May 31, 2021—1.557 million
  • May 24, 2021—1.619 million
  • May 17, 2021—1.823 million
  • June 18, 2021—1.928 million (overnight)
  • June 11, 2021—1.944 million
  • June 4, 2021—1.883 million
  • May 28, 2021—1.928 million
  • May 21, 2021—1.933 million

WWE Raw—Key Competition

  • NBA Playoff Slate

Pro Wrestling Bits—Karrion Kross Struggling as NXT Champion

WWE Raw Total YouTube Viewership Last Week—7,240,692 views (Up from 6,528,257)

  • Most-Viewed: McIntyre and The Viking Raiders vs. Lashley, Omos and Styles (1,683,545 views)
  • Least-Viewed: Drew McIntyre Promo on Bobby Lashley (90,572 views)
  • Median Viewership: 339,381


WWE SmackDown Total YouTube Viewership this past Friday: 4,496,194 (Down from 6,521,299)

  • Most-Viewed: Roman Reigns vs. Rey Mysterio (1,713,017 views) 
  • Least-Viewed: Relive Roman Reigns’ Attack on the Mysterios (159,331 views)
  • Median Viewership: 324,038

WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 Results—Sunday, June 20, 2021

Bianca Belair def. Bayley—Hell in a Cell for the SmackDown Women’s Championship

At first, I thought Bayley was paying homage to Mick Foley with her red vest, but it turned out she was just trying to coordinate with the Hell in a Cell.

The flames on Bianca Belair’s gear were reminiscent of Harlem Heat and Kiera Hogan.

Michael Cole introduced the phrase “haircuff” to describe Bayley tying Bianca Belair’s hair to the bottom rope.

Bayley tried a spot with kendo stick during last year’s Hell in a Cell that she eventually gave up on, so it was good to see her try it again and succeed.

Seth Rollins def. Cesaro

Pat McAfee was a virtuoso on commentary and his ability to make this feud seem exiting was just him showing off.

Michael Cole awkwardly pointed out that Seth Rollins has a history of delivering injuries to peoples’ eyes.

Alexa Bliss def. Shayna Baszler

Shayna Baszler’s response to being asked about a doll by another grown woman (Sarah Schreiber) was so perfect as she demanded that Sarah never say the name of that doll around her again.

Now that Alexa Bliss can hypnotize people, you have to deal with the harsh reality of this woman winning a world championship with her eyes.

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For more on this polarizing match, click here.

Sami Zayn def. Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens was basically Humpty Dumpty throughout this entire match, suffering through one injury after another with the referee threatening to stop it multiple times.

This match really benefited from friends being able to hit each other harder, because Sami bled the hard way and at one point they were literally punching each other in the face.

Given this match’s intensity and violence, it came off as more of a blowoff match than any of the Hell in a Cell matches.

I don’t think anybody’s wrestled each other in life more than KO and Sami Zayn, & their ability to still have a (very) unique match in spite of that is incredible.

Charlotte Flair def. Rhea Ripley by Disqualification—WWE Raw Women’s Championship

One fan in the ThunderDome displayed the words “Here for Rhea Ripley” on their phone and another fan who even made a “Rhea Ripley” sign.

Charlotte was great throughout this match as a trash-talking heel.

In a match between two heels, with Rhea Ripley pretending to be a babyface, the pretend-babyface got herself disqualified.

Bobby Lashley def. Drew McIntyre—Hell in a Cell for the WWE Championship

Bobby Lashley held up one finger to signify Drew McIntyre’s last chance, and Byron Saxton astutely pointed it out.

WWE, and the announce team, did a good job treating this like a big match.

In a truly awesome spectacle, Bobby Lashley crushed Drew McIntyre’s head with the stairs against the cell.

The way Drew McIntyre lost a last-chance match after foolishly allowing MVP into the cage really hurt his credibility as a top babyface. Tonight was a bad night to be Drew McIntyre.

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