WWE Hell In a Cell Bobby lashley Defeats Drew McIntyre Again To Retain The Championship

The final WWE pay-per-view of the Thunderdome era was a mixed bag of great matches, unexpected and occasionally frustrating endings, and a grand total of zero title changes. Bobby Lashley needed every bit of MVP’s assistance to secure the simplest of roll-up victories, but he officially barred Drew McIntyre from a future shot at his WWE championship. Rhea Ripley was disqualified from retaining her title against Charlotte Flair, but her story is far from over. Bianca Belair was the only champion to get a decisive win in a title defense on Sunday, as she defeated Bayley inside Hell in a Cell is one of the biggest wins of her young career.

The final WWE pay-per-view of the Thunderdome era was a mixed bag of great matches, unexpected and occasionally frustrating endings,

The final WWE pay-per-view of the Thunderdome era was a mixed bag of great matches, unexpected and occasionally frustrating endings, and a grand total of zero title changes. When you put a volatile, hyper-physical wrestling style like we’ve seen before between Lashley and McIntyre inside the Hell in a Cell cage, violent things are bound to happen. Despite the narrow space between the cage and the ring, a significant portion of the match was spent outside.

The final WWE pay-per-view of the Thunderdome era was a mixed bag of great matches, unexpected and occasionally frustrating endings, and a grand total of zero title changes.

MVP pulled the ref out of the ring after McIntyre crushed Lashley with a Claymore kick, halting his count. McIntyre made MVP pay, gaining some vengeance with a Claymore and more destruction, but MVP remained in the cage and was left to recover as the match progressed.

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