WWE Hell in a Cell 2018: Results, Highlights and Grades

Lynette Rowe
September 17, 2018

The WWE title match between AJ Styles and Samoa Joe also ended in controversial circumstances with Styles retaining the title after pinning Joe.

At least WWE delivered three good title matches, including a show-stealing Raw Tag Team Championship match.

Known as one of WWE's most risky matches, Hell In A Cell has been a consistent part of WWE storylines since its very first inception in 1997.

The Universal Championship is on the line at WWE Hell in a Cell 2018.

But when you see the red Hell in a Cell come together, you should begin to realize that it really shouldn't provide that much of a distraction come Sunday night.

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The second Hell In a Cell match sees Jeff Hardy take on Randy Orton in a match which many expect to be one of the best of the night.

Earlier this weekend, WWE posted a live stream of the construction of this year's cell - and that video revealed that they've made a big change to the actual structure.

That's because Roman has had a lot of backup in the form of his Shield brothers, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins, while Braun has formed an alliance with Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre. That and the SmackDown Women's Championship bout saved this from being a colossal waste of time.

Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella will team up to take on The Miz and Maryse in a Mixed Tag Team Match whereas Charlotte Flair will put the Smackdown Women's Championship on the line against Becky Lynch in what promises to be an intense and emotional encounter. The newest wrinkle in this match: Mick Foley, former Raw General Manager and current Christmas aficionado, will serve as the special guest referee. At this point, it's the only match advertised for the Kickoff Show.

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