Hell in a Cell is undoubtedly the most difficult form of the match in the WWE. Over the year the WWE Universe has seen several amazing and historic matches. We have seen ladders, steel chairs, hammers, and tables in such matches. We have seen the Undertaker Throw Cactus Jack from the top of the cage and we have seen Edge spear the Big Show out of it. The Hell in a Cell matches at times even end in a bloodbath with the wrestlers giving their best shot. From John Cena to Batista everyone at one time has been a part of such matches! Here’s a look at the top 3: –
3) The Undertaker VS Edge, SummerSlam 2008
The Undertaker has always been an integral part of iconic WWE matches. His Hell in a Cell match against Edge in SummerSlam 2008 was one to cherish. The feud between Undertaker and Edge has to be one of the most memorable and best feuds of 2008. They even took over Michaels and Jericho. The match was a well-fought event. Edge displayed his spear; Undertaker took out his Chokeslam. The match saw all of the accessories pulled out from under the ring. Chairs, tables, kendo sticks, everything was there. The match ended with Undertaker winning the match with his iconic Tombstone Piledriver.
2) Triple H VS Cactus Jack, No Way Out 2000: –
Be it, Mick Foley, Cactus Jack or another gimmick played by Mick, his performances in the ring are iconic. The pay-per-view was No Way Out. The evening at Madison Square was one for the ages. Triple H made his amazing entry with his iconic theme song. And so did Cactus Jack. When the match began it was evenly played out. The WWE Championship was on the line and Cactus Jack if loses was going to lose his job as an in-ring performance. Triple H won the game with his Pedigree finishing move.
1) Shawn Michaels VS The Undertaker, Badd Blood In Your House 1997: –
With Undertaker featuring in this list two times, you must have realized how good he is. Shawn Michaels and Undertaker are two of the best performers for the WWE franchise. They participated in the best Hell in a Cell match to have ever played in the history of WWE. This was the first time, that the Hell in a Cell format was introduced and the two in-ring performers made it an elite show. The Heart Break Kid was bleeding profusely and tried to hold himself together. He slipped once from the top of the ring as well. The Undertaker also was on top. The chokeslam, the tombstone piledriver, and the suplexes were in full bloom! Kane interrupted this match and HBK won!