- WWE Hell in a cell 2020 saw Randy Orton beating Drew Mclntyre
- Bobby Lashley also defeated Slapjack to retain his US title on Sunday night, October 25
- Bayley in her own fight suffered a defeat against Sasha Banks
American professional wrestler Randy Orton has emerged as the champion of the WWE Hell in a cell 2020 after beating strong Scottish opponent, Drew McIntyre in a big battle.
It was a great fight for Randy Orton who was initially tipped by fans to triumph over 35-year-old Drew Mclntyre who also gave a good fight for his money.
Randy Orton made an amazing start in this duel as the American attacked his opponent immediately he got entrance before they later fell into the cell to start the match.
Orton later used bolt cutters to cut the lock off the Cell door taking the fight back to ringside which was an incredible moment for the American.
Drew McIntyre was also lured to the top of the cell by Orton which ended in the Scot being knocked down mercilessly by the 40-year-old American.
Drew who won the title back on April 5 wanted to stage a strong comeback after falling inside the cell, but Randy Orton was too strong for him in the encounter.
Randy Orton went on to win the big clash and the American now has 10 WWE titles in his cupboard.
Orton was not the only winner at the WWE Hell in a cell 2020 as Bobby Lashley defeated Slapjack to retain his US title in what was a tough duel.
Also, Sasha Banks was in superb form as she defeated Bayley in a big fight to become SmackDown Women's Champion according to the report on Cnet.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Adebayo Akinfenwa is considering a wrestling career as he holds talks with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) company over a possible move into the Vince McMahon’s wrestling promotion.
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The 38-year-old Wycombe Wanderers’ striker was recently named the strongest player in the world Fifa 21 ratings according to the report on ESPN.
Consequently, a career in professional wrestling seems possible for a man popularly called ‘The Beast’.
Akinfenwa first showed interest in wrestling in April 2019 as it was gathered that he had the passion after a meeting with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
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