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WWE's other ideas of Hell
Hell: the place or state of punishment of the wicked after death; the abode of evil and condemned spirits.
As the WWE Universe prepares to witness one of the most hellish forms of combat at WWE Hell in a Cell, WWE.com takes a look at some other things that share a tie to the dark underworld.
"Highway to Hell"
Really, does any band rock harder than AC/DC? Their classic tune “Highway to Hell” was the official theme for SummerSlam 1998, when "Stone Cold" Steve Austin battled The Undertaker for the WWE Championship. Oh hell yeah!
When The Undertaker locks you in this lethal submission maneuver, it’s lights out for his opponents. You'll rest, all right, though it probably won't be "in peace."
"The Match Made in Hell"
SummerSlam 1991 featured not only a matrimonial "Match Made in Heaven" between two Legends, but “The Match Made in Hell,” pitting Hulk Hogan & The Ultimate Warrior vs. Sgt. Slaughter, General Adnan & Colonel Mustafa.
"No Chance in Hell"
As a savvy and ruthless businessman, Mr. McMahon created a global entertainment juggernaut. Think you can top that accomplishment? To quote his infamous entrance theme, you've got “No Chance in Hell.”
Clothesline from Hell
In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, JBL was one of WWE's most ruthless competitors ever. Getting hit with his Clothesline from Hell was something you wanted to avoid at all costs.
Hell Comes to Frogtown
In this 1988 sci-fi/horror flick, Sam Hell (played by WWE Hall of Famer "Rowdy" Roddy Piper) battles a mutant frog gang on a post-apocalyptic Earth. We’ll let you decide if the movie is good or bad, but we'll always have a soft spot for “Hot Rod.” Especially when he yells, "Eat lead, froggies!"