Tonight, WWE presented the 2019 Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, live from Sacramento, California. Of the matches that were advertised, several of them were for championships within the company.
But how did the champions fare at the event?
Two titles changed hands at the event. First, The Kabuki Warriors defeated Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross to become the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. The finish came when Asuka sprayed Cross with the legendary Japanese green mist behind the referee’s back, allowing her team to pick up the victory.
Second, Charlotte Flair defeated Bailey to become the new Smackdown Women’s Champion. The finish came when Flair made Bayley tap out to the Figure 8, after The Hugger tried to cheat a pinfall, putting her feet on the ropes.
Check out a clip of Asuka in action:
I’m fine with both of these title changes. I hope that this ends up slipping up Bliss and Cross, as they are both outstanding singles competitors and could have great success in that realm. And Charlotte Flair is still my favorite female competitor, so WOOOOOOO!
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