WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 Results, Grades, and Analysis

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The results and grades from all the matches at WWE Hell in a Cell 2020.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 featured three matches inside the celll, as Sasha Banks challenged Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Title, Drew McIntyre defended the WWE Championship against Randy Orton, and Roman Reigns and Jey Uso wrote the next chapter in their wonderful rivalry.

R-Truth (c) vs. Drew Gulak for the 24/7 Championship on the WWE Hell in a Cell Kick-Off Show

Result: R-Truth wins via roll-up

Grade: B+, I love R-Truth and Drew Gulak, and they wrestled a solid match that featured a few fun spots. 

WWE Hell in a Cell began with R-Truth and Drew Gulak battling it out for the coveted 24/7 Championship. Gulak and Akira Tozawa have done a fantastic job of working with Truth in 24/7 segments lately, so it’s good to see Gulak make the PPV list, even if this will be another humorous match. As we all know, Gulak is one of the best technical wrestlers in the company.

The match began with Drew Gulak talking to Little Jimmy and apparently taunting him? It was a strange moment, but it drew a lot of anger from R-Truth, who wasn’t about to let his long-time friend get disrespected by an opponent.

Gulak got to show off some technical wrestling, targeting Truth’s left leg early on. But Truth got into it, channeling his childhood hero John Cena, like he always does.

How did this match finish? R-Truth beat the technical grappler with a crafty pin of his own! That was an awesome finish!

Truth was then pursued by the Lucha House Party and Akira Tozawa before escaping the arena. And Gulak? He went on the kick-off show, seething in anger, and screamed that R-Truth’s childhood hero “sucks”.

He’ll suffer for that one on Raw, I bet!