WWE HELL IN A CELL: Sin Cara vs. Sin Cara II
Oct 2, 2011 - by Adam Martin
Sin Cara vs. Sin Cara II
We will recap with Sin Cara and Sin Cara II to distinguish the two. II takes down Sin Cara and Sin Cara responds with a quick hip toss. II drops down Cara, but Cara responds with another hip toss. II powers down Cara, lifts Cara up and Cara flips backwards to the mat. II with a head scissors takedown. Cara responds with head scissors of his own. Arm drags between both and Cara leaps over the top rope to take out II. Cara with a dropkick to II through the ropes. Cara misses a moonsault on II. II with a quick senton splash back into the ring over Cara for a two count. Cara flips off the ropes and II barely catches him with a dropkick to the back. II with a big chop to Cara in the corner. II elbows Cara to the outside and then leaps over the top rope taking him out. II with another chop to Cara. II with a big forearm to the back and kick to the back combo. Both men collide in the middle of the ring. Crowd in New Orleans is not enjoying this match. Cara with a few kicks and head scissors takedown on II. Cara jumps off the top rope and takes out II with a big splash. Back in the ring, Cara with a rollup on II for a two count. II with a sitdown powerbomb into a pinfall for another two count. II is up top. Cara cuts him off. Cara with an armdrag on II to the mat with force. Cara with a kick to the head of II from the ring apron. Cara goes up top, misses a senton splash, rolls through a counter by II and into rollup for the win.
Winner: Sin Cara
After the match, Michael Cole made it clear that what this means is that Sin Cara can now refer to himself as the only Sin Cara.
Backstage, David Otunga walks up to CM Punk. Otunga asks if they can talk. Punk says no. Otunga says Punk should listen to what he has to say. Punk said he doesn’t need some guy from Harvard representing him and that he hates lawyers. Otunga says if he wins the WWE Championship tonight he might feel different. Punk tells him to vanish.
* Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne defending the WWE Tag Team Championships against WWE United States Champion Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger is up next.