Ranking All 30 WWE Hell in a Cell Matches

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6) Kurt Angle (c) vs. The Rock vs. Steve Austin vs. Triple H vs. The Undertaker vs. Rikishi – WWF Championship Match, Armageddon 2000

This match was made by new WWF Commissioner Mick Foley, who placed six competitors inside Hell in a Cell for the first time. He wanted to increase the odds of Angle losing the title as much as possible, which led to this match. WWE owner Vince McMahon was heavily against this, thinking that every single man in this match was risking his life. Would he try to stop it from happening?

This Hell in a Cell match was one of the most fun ones of all-time. It featured nonstop back and forth action that included some great spots. The best of them may have been with Undertaker and Rikishi on top of the cell.

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Coming into this bout, one of the storylines was “could Undertaker make someone famous?” He would indeed do so by throwing Rikishi off the top of the cage onto the back of a truck that was used earlier by McMahon to try to pull down the cage.

Everyone was also throwing their finishers left and right towards the end of this match. After Angle took a big move, he climbed onto The Rock, who had just took a Stunner, to secure a shocking pinfall. Hardly anyone could tell he pinned Rock since he barely got his arm on him.

This Hell in a Cell match was brutal but very entertaining. It was also one of Angle’s biggest wins early on in his career, especially since he defeated five current or future WWE Hall of Famers.

This is among my personal favorites that I would recommend to any wrestling fan to watch.

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