On Sunday, October 26th WWE held WWE Hell In A Cell 2014 from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

This was WWE’s annual event where they bring out their most demonic structure: Hell In A Cell. This year featured a double main event with both matches held inside the confines of the cell. In one match the two biggest stars of this generation, John Cena and Randy Orton, faced off for the second time in the cell. There was more on the line than just pride in this match. The winner was declared the number one contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and will face Brock Lesnar at a later date.

In the co-main event, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose finally settled their feud inside the cage. Rollins and Ambrose have been at odds since Rollins turned his back on his former teammates in The Shield. This was the most anticipated HIAC match in years and was expected to deliver a match of the year candidate.

Four titles were also on the line on this night. Sheamus defended his United States Title against the Miz, Goldust and Stardust defended the tag team gold against The Usos, A.J. Lee and Paige faced off once again for the Diva’s title, and Dolph Ziggler defended the Intercontinental title against Cesaro in a two out of three falls match. The Big Show also battled Rusev in a battle for national pride.

The entire event aired live on pay-per view and streamed live on the WWE Network. Full results are below.

Seth Rollins def. Dean Ambrose via pinfall after Bray Wyatt returns and attacks Ambrose
John Cena defeats Randy Orton via pinfall (attitude adjustment through table).
Rusev def. Big Show via submission (accolade).
Sheamus vs. The Miz- for the United States Title
Goldust and Stardust def. The Usos via pinfall- for the tag team titles
A.J. Lee def. Paige by submission (black widow).- for the Diva’s title
Nikki Bella defeats Brie Bella via pinfall (rack attack).
Dolph Ziggler def. Cesaro (2 pinfalls)- to retain Intercontinental Title

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A Central Florida native, Trey Downey's interest in MMA came after a trip to Blockbuster and the rental of UFC 47 on VHS. He has been blogging about the sport since 2011 and hosted a podcast called The TD Experience focusing on football and MMA (touchdowns and takedowns). Trey studied radio and television at the University of Central Florida and will soon be attending the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Trey enjoys watching sports, pro wrestling and is an avid runner.