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Cesaro & Sheamus def. Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day via Disqualification

Cesaro & Sheamus def. Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day via Disqualification

BOSTON — And still your W. W. E. Raw. Tag. Team. Champions are The New Day, whose record-setting title reign is clapping, skipping and trombone-tooting its way even deeper into the history books. Cesaro & Sheamus — still struggling to find their footing as a tag team — technically won their showdown against ya boys, but had to contend with a big disqualification asterisk that kept them from taking the titles home.

For a while, though, it looked like they would get a victory of the more decisive variety. After finally putting their differences aside enough to knock over New Day in a non-title win last Monday on Raw, Cesaro & Sheamus seemed on the verge of something big, though they kept on bickering backstage. New Day, in contrast, perhaps underestimated their foes, starting the bout with Big E & Xavier Woods instead of the more battle-tested combo of Big E & Kofi Kingston. The Swiss-Irish connection took advantage, picking on Woods with some reluctant, if effective, teamwork, that momentarily went right off the rails when Sheamus accidentally Brogue Kicked Cesaro while attempting to break up the Midnight Hour.

Big E buoys The New Day vs. Cesaro & Sheamus: WWE Hell in a Cell 2016

Big E becomes a one-man wrecking crew as he leads WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day against Cesaro & Sheamus at WWE Hell in a Cell 2016. Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

With The Swiss Superman seeing stars, Sheamus pulled out all the stops in rectifying his mistake, breaking up a Woods pinfall attempt and taking out all three members of New Day outside the ring. He threw a recuperating Cesaro back into the ring and The King of Swing quickly trapped Woods in the Sharpshooter. The Celtic Warrior even kept New Day at bay by attacking them with Francesca II, but illegal man Kingston’s Trouble in Paradise to the Irishman led the ref to throw the match out, nullifying what would have otherwise been a fateful tap-out from Woods.

BOSTON — And still your W. W. E. Raw. Tag. Team. Champions are The New Day, whose record-setting title reign is clapping, skipping and trombone-tooting its way even deeper into the history books. Cesaro & Sheamus — still struggling to find their footing as a tag team — technically won their showdown against ya boys, but had to contend with a big disqualification asterisk that kept them from taking the titles home.

For a while, though, it looked like they would get a victory of the more decisive variety. After finally putting their differences aside enough to knock over New Day in a non-title win last Monday on Raw, Cesaro & Sheamus seemed on the verge of something big, though they kept on bickering backstage. New Day, in contrast, perhaps underestimated their foes, starting the bout with Big E & Xavier Woods instead of the more battle-tested combo of Big E & Kofi Kingston. The Swiss-Irish connection took advantage, picking on Woods with some reluctant, if effective, teamwork, that momentarily went right off the rails when Sheamus accidentally Brogue Kicked Cesaro while attempting to break up the Midnight Hour.

Big E buoys The New Day vs. Cesaro & Sheamus: WWE Hell in a Cell 2016

Big E becomes a one-man wrecking crew as he leads WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day against Cesaro & Sheamus at WWE Hell in a Cell 2016. Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

With The Swiss Superman seeing stars, Sheamus pulled out all the stops in rectifying his mistake, breaking up a Woods pinfall attempt and taking out all three members of New Day outside the ring. He threw a recuperating Cesaro back into the ring and The King of Swing quickly trapped Woods in the Sharpshooter. The Celtic Warrior even kept New Day at bay by attacking them with Francesca II, but illegal man Kingston’s Trouble in Paradise to the Irishman led the ref to throw the match out, nullifying what would have otherwise been a fateful tap-out from Woods.