WWE: Controversial end to Hell In A Cell pay-per-view event

Hell ended in immense controversy with a decision bringing the main event to a conclusion.
If the latter employed a sledgehammer in his rival the match official called for the game between Universal winner Seth Rollins and The Fiend to finish.
Rollins had hit on The Fiend with various of the Stomp finishers, a Pedigree, a seat, a ladder and a tool box at a vicious struggle between the group for WWEs leading singles title.
But the referee chose the sledgehammer was a step too far and called for the bell to signal the conclusion of the match, a decision that did not go with the Sacramento audience.
Although The Fiend overpowered Rollins – and also drew blood using a Mandible Claw – that the audience made their displeasure known with a chorus of boos.
The evenings additional Hell In A Cell match also saw when Becky Lynch retained the championship of the Raw women against Sasha Banks, a consequence which went contrary to the predictions of several.
In a match, Lynch picked up the win with a Dis-Arm-Her following an Avalanche Bexploder onto a pile of chairs.
The event saw two name changes, together with Charlotte Flair when she compelled Bayley to tap into the Figure Eight winning her WWE womens name.
Asuka and kairi Sane will be the womens tag team champions after Alexa Bliss and beating Nikki Cross.
Asuka trapped Cross for the victory after downing her with a spray of green mist.

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