Five titles were put on the line Sunday night in Boston at Hell in a Cell, and Sasha Banks and Charlotte delivered a historic match inside Hell in a Cell. Here are all the results from Sunday night’s Raw pay-per-view.
Cedric Alexander, Sin Cara and Lince Dorado defeat Tony Nese, Drew Gulak and Ariya Daivari
Alexander hit his Lumbar Check finisher - which might be the new best finisher in WWE - to end a perfect kickoff match that had nonstop action.
Roman Reigns defeats Rusev to retain United States Championship
Rusev and Reigns, two bruisers who believably wanted to destroy each other, delivered a fantastic and brutal opening match inside a cell. Rusev battered Reigns with the ring steps, a kendo stick and a chain, but Reigns withstood it all - refusing to tap to the Accolade on top of the stairs - and hit a spear to retain his title.
Bayley defeats Dana Brooke
The crowd in Boston didn’t seem to be paying attention, but Dana Brooke put in a very impressive performance and worked Bayley’s injured shoulder, only to fall to a Bayley to Belly suplex.
Gallows and Anderson defeat Enzo and Big Cass
It remains to be seen if this win elevates Gallows and Anderson in the tag team picture, but they could use the momentum.
Kevin Owens defeats Seth Rollins to retain the Universal Championship
The Universal Championship match started slowly but took an amazing turn when Kevin Owens accidentally sprayed a referee with a fire extinguisher, forcing him out of the Cell and giving Chris Jericho a chance to sneak inside the cage to aid Owens. Rollins then powerbombed Owens through two tables set up outside the ring, but Jericho kept Owens alive by pulling the referee on a pin attempt. Owens then rallied, annihilated Rollins with a series of chair shots, then powerbombed Rollins on two chairs that had been set up in the ring to retain his title.
Brian Kendrick forces TJ Perkins to tap out to win the Cruiserweight Championship
Kendrick faked a knee injury on an awkward landing, which led Perkins to let his guard down and see if Kendrick was truly hurt. Kendrick then hit Perkins with a headbutt and made him submit to take the title.
Cesaro and Sheamus defeat The New Day by disqualification
The New Day were dangerously close to losing their tag titles Sunday, but a controversial DQ finish meant Cesaro and Sheamus won but didn’t become the new champions. Sheamus had the sharpshooter locked on Xavier Woods in the center of the ring, and Sheamus kept Big E from breaking up the hold by hitting him with the trumpet Francesca II. Kofi Kingston - who was the member of The New Day not legally involved in the match - hit Sheamus with an enziguri in retaliation, which caused the referee to wave off the match just as Woods began to tap out.
Charlotte defeats Sasha Banks to win the Raw Women’s Championship
Sasha Banks and Charlotte made history by becoming the first two women to enter the Cell, and after being powerbombed through a table and wheeled away by medics, Banks wouldn’t allow the match to be called off but lost her title in an epic match where each woman proved why they deserved to go on last. The finish was certainly unexpected, though. Banks tried to deliver a running powerbomb through a table, but her back failed as she carried Charlotte, allowing Charlotte to toss her off the table and hit Natural Selection to win the title.