WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 results: grades, winners, full match highlights

Cody Rhoades and Seth Rollins headlined a very exciting Hell In A Cell Pay-Per-View, as the trilogy fight brought an end to a fantastic night of sports entertainment. But besides that, there were some other fantastic matchups as well. With a lot of titles on the line, here are how the fights went down

Raw women’s championship — Bianca Belair (c) vs. Becky Lynch vs. Asuka: 

Belair was constantly in danger of losing her championship. She was clearly the match’s most imposing presence. But despite having to weather the storm for large periods of the match, she finally came out triumphant. Lynch planted Asuka with a Man Handle Slam. But that did not pay her any dividends Belair tossed her foe from the ring. The champion pinned a defenseless Asuka to retain her title. A tremendous way to start the evening. It was fast-paced, intense, and exciting.


Bobby Lashley vs MVP and Omos (Handicap Match)

This is a matchup that had everyone hyped up. How Lashley would fare in such a situation was exciting to everyone. At the end of it all, it is fair to say that Lashley fared well. After being on the receiving end of many blows from Omos, Lashley was able to gradually turn it around. Lashley was able to hit MVP with a spear but Omos broke up the pin. Cedric ran down and got in the ring but was sent out by Omos. Lashley then hit Omos with a spear but Omos rolled to the outside of the ring. MVP missed a running boot and Lashley got the hurt lock on. MVP ended up tapping out.

Winner: Bobby Lashley via Submission Grade: B+

A.J Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan vs. Judgement Day (Edge, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley):

The match escalated into a six-person brawl that concluded with Balor, Morgan and Styles diving onto their opponents outside. Balor countered Edge’s spear and had him laid out for a fight-ending Coup de Gras. Ripley stood in between Balor and Edge long enough for her Judgement Day leader to crush Balor with a spear for the victory. A solid match without much to complain about.


 Judgement Day (Edge, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley) def. Finn Balor, A.J. Styles and Liv Morgan via pinfall. Grade: B

United States championship — Theory (c) vs. Mustafa Ali:

It was hometown hero Mustafa Ali going up against US Champion Theory. The crowd cheered on Ali, only for him to fall short in the last stage. Theory gained control of the match after launching Ali shoulder-first into the ring post.

Ali made a comeback and hit a tornado DDT. Ali put on an STF submission but Theory got to the rope. Ali went for the 450 splash but missed. Theory hit a chop block and then pinned Ali with A-Town Down.

Winner: Theory via Pin fall Grade: B+


Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Rollins (Hell in a Cell match): 

Since Rhodes’ return to WWE from AEW at WrestleMania 38 in April, the rivalry between Rhodes and Rollins has remained. In what could be the final entry in this chapter of their rivalry, the two superstars gave a brave, thought-provoking performance. Shortly before the event, Rhodes had a full pectoral injury. The sight of Rhodes’ chest and biceps turning a deep purple was disturbing. Rhodes bit down and overcame the discomfort to beat Rollins for the third time in a row.

Winner: Cody Rhodes by pin fall Grade: A+


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