Kane vs. Mankind - Hell in a Cell - is a professional wrestling cage-based match which originated in 1997 in the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE). It features a large "cell" structure, a 5-sided cuboid made from open-weave steel mesh chain-link fencing which encloses the ring and ringside area. Unlike the steel cage match, only an in-ring pinfall or submission will ordinarily result in a win (though in Hell in a Cell at Judgment Day 2002 Triple H pinned Chris Jericho atop the cell to win the match), and there are no disqualifications. The original Cell was 16 ft (4.9 m) high and weighed over two tons but has since been replaced by a more robust version of 20 ft (6.1 m) and five tons. The first match took place at Badd Blood: In Your House in October 1997, since then 37 Hell in a Cell matches have taken place. The match type spawned its own pay-per-view event in 2009, WWE Hell in a Cell, since which the event has been held annually in October. This event generally features one to three Hell in a Cell matches on the same card.



Facebook Google twitter
PALABRAS CLAVES: WWE Kane vs. Mankind - Hell in a Cell