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WWE Hell in a Cell 2015 Results: Including Surprise Return and Twist Ending

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2015 Results:

1. United States Championship Match: Alberto Del Rio defeated John Cena (c) to become the new United States Champion. Del Rio made a shocking return to accept Cena’s US Open Challenge, and is now managed by Zeb Colter. Del Rio pinned Cena after a back-cracker and a super kick to win.

2. Hell in a Cell Match: Roman Reigns defeated Bray Wyatt. Reigns won after whipping Wyatt into a propped-up kendo stick and hitting a spear for the pinfall. Both combatants were put through tables at different times including Reigns spearing Wyatt through a table.

3. Tag Team Championship Match: The New Day (c) defeated The Dudley Boyz. Kofi Kingston pinned Bubba Dudley after Trouble in Paradise (and a trombone shot to the back from Big E).

4. Divas Championship Match: Charlotte (c) defeated Nikki Bella. Charlotte won by submission with the Figure-Eight.

5. WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match: Seth Rollins (c) defeated Kane. Rollins pinned Kane after a Pedigree. The contest was brutal but swift where both athletes landed their finishers.

6. Intercontinental Championship Match: Kevin Owens (c) defeated Ryback. Owens won with a pop-up powerbomb.

7. Hell in a Cell Match: Brock Lensar defeated The Undertaker. Lesnar literally tore the ring apart, ripping up the canvas and exposing the wooden boards beneath. Both men hit finishers onto the wood, but Lesnar was able to hit a low-blow and an F-5 onto the boards to win the match by pinfall. Lesnar landed 3 F-5 finishers in the contest.

After the match, Undertaker got a great ovation from the crowd and tried to pose for them, but was interrupted by The Wyatt Family. The Wyatts assaulted Taker, and carried his body away.

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