The reports were right.
After several minutes of watching Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose battle Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre all around and on top of the Cell, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman marched down to the ring.
When officials wouldn’t give Heyman the key to get involved in the Universal title match between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman, Brock kicked the door off the structure.
Paul took out special referee Mick Foley with some kind of pepper spray, and Lesnar got inside and did what he does best. Kick all kinds of ass...
So much ass, in fact, that we didn’t get a resolution to Reigns/Strowman.
Hell in a Cell obviously ended on Sun., Sept. 16 with more questions than answers:
- Lesnar would seem to be interested in that rematch then-Raw General Manager Kurt Angle denied him. When might that happen?
- Does this mean the Beast is back to his old schedule, or is this a one-off appearance/rematch?
- What does this say about his UFC future and a planned, sort-of, mostly announced fight with Daniel Cormier?
- So, Braun really wasted that Money in the Bank contract, huh?
- How does Brock keep his beard looking so beautiful?
Stick with us as we dig for all those answers. And follow along with all things Hell in a Cell here.