Hell In A Cell 2022 Results And Review For The WWE PPV

Hell in a Cell has come to a close, and the WWE PPV ended with a very hurt Cody Rhodes taking on Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match. The evening also featured a fantastic 6-person tag match and a triple threat for the Raw Women's Championship between Asuka, Becky Lynch, and defending champion Bianca Belair. Check out the full results for the PPV below.Taking place in the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, there were seven matches on the card--two of which were championship matches. Also, Kevin Owens took on Ezekiel in order to prove that Ezekiel is actually Elias, but in the end, did it really prove anything at all?.@FightOwensFight doesn’t enjoy @sarahschreib’s negativity, claiming his win over Ezekiel proves that he is actually Elias. #HIAC @IAmNotEliasWWE pic.twitter.com/sn4VPGn5DS — WWE (@WWE) June 6, 2022 If you want to watch a replay of Hell in a Cell, you'll need the streaming service Peacock. While the streaming service does have a free tier, you will not be able to watch the WWE event through that. You'll need a Premium ($5 a month, with ads) or Premium Plus Peacock ($10 a month, no ads) account. Regardless of which tier you choose, there will be a few WWE-related ads throughout the show.Continue Reading at GameSpot

Hell In A Cell 2022 Results And Review For The WWE PPV

Hell in a Cell has come to a close, and the WWE PPV ended with a very hurt Cody Rhodes taking on Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match. The evening also featured a fantastic 6-person tag match and a triple threat for the Raw Women's Championship between Asuka, Becky Lynch, and defending champion Bianca Belair. Check out the full results for the PPV below.

Taking place in the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, there were seven matches on the card--two of which were championship matches. Also, Kevin Owens took on Ezekiel in order to prove that Ezekiel is actually Elias, but in the end, did it really prove anything at all?

If you want to watch a replay of Hell in a Cell, you'll need the streaming service Peacock. While the streaming service does have a free tier, you will not be able to watch the WWE event through that. You'll need a Premium ($5 a month, with ads) or Premium Plus Peacock ($10 a month, no ads) account. Regardless of which tier you choose, there will be a few WWE-related ads throughout the show.

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