Hell in the Cell 2015 Blu Ray Review

91Ad9UeJd8L._SY500_One of WWE’s most anticipated and hard-hitting pay-per-views of 2015. The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar settle the score once and for all. Seth Rollins defends his WWE Championship against Kane and John Cena puts his U.S. title on the line against a mystery opponent!

United States Championship: John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio (w/Zeb Colter)

Not since August 2014 have the audience seen Alberto Del Rio and he was welcomed back with open arms to a wonderful intro card match with John Cena, intense and exciting and defiantly one of the best opening card matches of any 2015 PPV this year, even if the result was a bit far fetched.

Winner and New United States Champion: Alberto Del Rio

Hell in a Cell: Bray Wyatt vs. Roman Reigns

THIS IS AWESOME, as the crowd cheers is all you need to know, a superb match that is high octane and extremely physical throughout. A full match lasting 20 minutes, the rivalry is over and the right winner emerged victorious.

Winner by pinfall: Roman Reigns


Tag Team Championship: The New Day’s Big E & Kofi Kingston vs. The Dudley Boyz

More of a nostalgia match than anything else, The New Day always bring the cheeky humour and swagger to the ring and are without a doubt one of my favorite tag teams currently in the WWE, some classic Dudley Boyz moments but the rightful winners were crowned over the old legends.

Winners: The New Day


Divas Championship: Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella

The Divas really know how to put on a show, easily comparable to some of the better male match-ups of the night so far, women powerbombing each other and throwing their bodies on the line rather than the cat scratch matches that have been seen throughout the year.

Entertaining and easy on the eye.

Winner by submission: Charlotte


WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins vs. Kane

I enjoyed this match even thou a few reviewers have stated it was mediocre for a title match. It had more than enough thrills and spills and keeps installing my confidence in Seth Rollins. I wasn’t a huge fan when he arrived with the company but he’s really growing into one of the stand-out superstars.

Kane is very sluggish nowadays so it was up to Seth to provide the highlights and he didn’t disappoint.

Winner by pinfall: Seth Rollins

Intercontinental Championship: Kevin Owens vs. Ryback

A short match of which I’m grateful for as I personally cannot spend Kevin Owens and was hoping that Ryback flung his untalented ass around the ring for the full-length but in true WWE style, the underdog came out on top now that Ryback really isn’t drawing in the crowd as much anymore.


Winner by pinfall: Kevin Owens

Hell in a Cell: Brock Lesnar (w/Paul Heyman) vs. The Undertaker

The worthy man won in the end but my god does Undertaker still know how to put on a show, from a spine chilling entrance to flinging himself around the ring like he used to all those many moons ago.

Blood everywhere, action everywhere, and a worthy title match. Truly a sight to behold and the manner in which Brock won the match deems some retribution for Summerslam.

Winner by pinfall: Brock Lesnar