Hell in a Cell: Rollins vs Wyatt match ends in no contest

Hell in a Cell: Rollins vs Wyatt match ends in no contest

Hell in Cell pay-per-view event did not end the way the fans were expecting after the match between Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt ended in a no contest.

The main event of the evening could not produce a winner after both wrestlers threw their best shot at each other but could not secure a pinfall.

Rollins was eventually disqualified after the Universal champion took a sledge hammer an attempted to hit The Fiend with it, as the referee officially declared the match a no contest.

Fans at the arena booed the organizers and asked for a refund after Rollins threw 11 Stomps at Wyatt and could still not get the win in the brutal contest.

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Other matches saw the Becky Lynch successfully defend her Raw women's title against Sasha Banks in a Hell in the Cell match.

Charlotte Flair became the new women's Smackdown champion after putting Bayley into a figure-4 submission hold.

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The Kabuki Queens finally defeated Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss on their second attempt to become the new women's tag team champions.

Here are other results of matches at Hell in a Cell

Natalya defeated Lacey Evans

Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan defeated Erick Rowan and Luke Harper

Randy Orton defeated Ali

Viking Raiders and Braun Strowman defeated The OC

Tamina defeated Carmella (new 24/7 champion)

Chad Gable defeated King Corbin

R-Truth defeated Tamina (new 24/7 champion)

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Smackdown Live saw Brock Lesnar became the new WWE champion in less than 10 seconds as the Beast Incarnate delivered an F5 to Kofi Kingston to win the belt.

It did not end there as Rey Mysterio and former UFC champion Cain Velasquez made a surprise appearance to avenge what Lesnar did not Mysterio's son Dominic.

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