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WWE Hell in a Cell : Full Details

WWE Hell in a Cell 2011

Alberto Del Rio def. John Cena and CM Punk in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match (New WWE Champion)

Destiny (and chaos) once again smiled on Alberto Del Rio, who ventured into “Hell” for the first time this Sunday and attained his second WWE Title. Yet, this triumph was arguably eclipsed not only by the controversial circumstances of his victory but by the frenzied aftermath of the match itself.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2011

World Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry def. Randy Orton (Hell in a Cell Match)

At WWE Hell in a Cell, the ominous chain link structure became Mark Henry’s “Hell of Pain” – a modified version of the infamous hall constructed by the World Heavyweight Champion, who overcame a ravenous Randy Orton inside Satan’s Structure.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2011
No matter what Christian threw at Sheamus during their match at WWE Hell in a Cell, The Celtic Warrior kept coming. And in the end, Sheamus' might proved too much for his adversary.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2011

Beth Phoenix def. Kelly Kelly (New Divas Champion)

Furious following two consecutive pay-per-view defeats at the hands of Divas Champion Kelly Kelly, Beth Phoenix finally defeated the blonde bombshell for the butterfly-emblazoned title at WWE Hell in a Cell.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2011

Sin Cara (blue and gold) def. Sin Cara (black and silver)

At WWE Hell in a Cell, two Sin Caras attempted to save face when they met in a match that may have been picked up by air traffic control at New Orleans International Airport.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2011

WWE Tag Team Champions Air Boom Def. Jack Swagger & Dolph Zigger

Using their cohesion as a unit, WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne brought the boom to the bayou and defeated Jack Swagger & United States Champion Dolph Ziggler to retain the titles.
WWE Hell in a Cell 2011

Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes def. John Morrison

At WWE Hell in a Cell, Intercontinental Title holder Cody Rhodes adopted a classic title from the past, cementing its legitimacy with an impromptu title defense against John Morrison.