R-Truth defeated Drew Gulak via Pinfall to retain the 24/7 Championship
Roman Reigns defeated Jey Uso to retain the Universal Championship
Reigns put Jey through a hell of a lot of punishment, but wouldn’t utter the words “I Quit.” Spears, getting hit with a leather strap, even a guillotine and Jey hung in there. Jey got in a bunch of his own offense and was able to use the strap as well. but refused to give up. With Jey basically knocked out, his brother Jimmy came down to the ring to stop Reigns from causing more destruction.
After an emotional moment, Reigns turned on Jimmy and put him in the guillotine. This caused Jey to say “I Quit” and save his brother.
As Reigns was walking up the entrance ramp after the match, his father and uncle, The Wild Samoans, were waiting for him.
Elias defeated Jeff Hardy via DQ
Turn about is fair play as they say. Jeff Hardy seemed to have the match won and was on the top rope getting ready for a Swanton Bomb, but Elias rolled out of the ring. Elias grabbed his guitar, but Hardy was able to get it away for him and swung for the fences.
After the match we were shown Law and Otis, again.
The Miz defeated Otis to become the new Mr. Money In The Bank
John Morrison attempted to interfere on The Miz’s behalf, but got thrown out for his troubles. Otis looked to be able to put the match away, when he was hit with the briefcase by none other than TUCKER. After being blindsided, Otis was pinned by the Miz.
Backstage The Miz was interviewed on his victory. He said he wouldn’t squander the opportunity he has. Then he gave a warning to the WWE and Universal Champions: he has cashed in before and will do it again.
Tucker then came backstage and was stoped so Kayla Braxton could ask why he turned on Otis. He said they were supposed to be a tag team, but it eventually became all about Otis. Tucker though was the workhorse of the team and was tired of never getting credit. He also said that Otis can’t function without him.
Otis then came backstage and ran right into Miz and Morrison taking them out. Then he tried to go after Tucker. It was chaos.
Sasha Banks defeated Bayley to become the new Smackdown Women’s Champion
Innovative. Creative offense. Insane bumps. The women didn’t come to play and put on a hell of a match. A Bayley to Belly by Sasha couldn’t end the record setting reign of Bayley. Tables, kendo sticks, and even a fire extinguisher were used. In the end Sasha used the Banks Statement with a chair to make Bayley tap out.
Backstage Kayla Braxton caught up with The Hurt Business. MVP accepted Mustafa Ali’s challenge from the kickoff show. The chosen competitors would be Bobby Lashley and Slapjack. MVP then raised the stakes even more by saying there would be no cornermen and it would be a United States Championship match.
Bobby Lashley defeated Slapjack via Submission (Hurt Lock)
Pretty straight forward here. Slapjack tried his best, but Lashley was too powerful.
After the match, Ali and the rest of Retribution came out to attack Lashley. Even though Lashley was out numbered, he was able to fight off the attack. Still the rest of The Hurt Business made it to the ring and a stare down commenced.
Randy Orton defeated Drew McIntyre via Pinfall (RKO)
In the most devastating match, the three most destructive letters in WWE prevailed. After posing as a camera man and attacking McIntyre on his entrance, Orton seemed to be in his element. Of course McIntyre almost had the Legend Killer put away multiple times, but once the action went outside of the cell Orton was in control. A steel pipe to McIntyre’s leg, a bump off the cell to the announcer’s desk.
We ended Hell In A Cell with Orton celebrating at the ramp and McIntyre staring him down.